Shellsink is a web accessible copy of your bash history. This is rewrite of the backend in PHP.
The original App Engine version let you:
- Browse through your old commands sorted by date
- Filter commands by tag
- Search command line contents
- View Atom feed
- Filter Atom feed
- Tag commands
- Annotate commands
- Pull old commands into current history file
My PHP version adds:
- PHP / MySQL backend for wider hosting options
- Command and tags sent in 1 POST request instead of multiple GET requests
- Store return value of command
- Logarithmic pagination in addition to next / previous page navigation
- Automatic tagging of CWD
- Automatic tagging of ssh client IP
- Filter Atom feed by multiple tags
- URL builder for multiple Atom feeds
- Multiple IDs under 1 login
How to install
Copy config-dist.php to config.php and edit as needed. Create the database using schema/shellsink.sql. Copy code to web server. Configure web server to serve the files in the web folder. I suggest copying all of the code to a folder outside of the web root and then using a symbolic link to the web folder. You will need Google OAuth 2.0 credentials and the Google API PHP client for authentication.
How to use it
Login with Google to create an account. You will be taken to the preferences page where you will see your secret ID string. Install shellsink-client in your path and add the displayed code to your .bashrc. After you run some commands you should find a searchable index of all of your commands on the history page. Commands are automatically tagged by folder, hostname and tty.
Over time you may accumulate expired authentication tokens. Set $cleanupkey to some random characters in config.php and add the following to your crontab. Replace RANDOMCHARACTERS with the characters you set $cleanupkey to and DOMAIN with your domain.
@yearly curl -qd auth=RANDOMCHARACTERS https://DOMAIN/cleanup