4930: Specify the cookie file path so we can use the api in AWS Lambda
What version are you running?
Python, RBTools 2.0
Describe the enhancement and the motivation for it.
We wan to use the rbtools api inside of a AWS Lambda. However the AWS Lambda doesn't have a fully open file system. There is no user/home directory. The only accessible directory is /tmp. When trying to create the client root we receive the following error.
[WARNING] 2021-06-24T18:35:31.229Z 4782a7ab-5e9f-4a0a-8cc0-2ff3c2234b27 There was an error while creating a cookie file: [Errno 30] Read-only file system: '.rbtools-cookies'
We would like the option to provide a location for this cookie file.
Please provide any additional information below.
Q: What if I need scratch space on disk for my AWS Lambda function?
A: Each Lambda function receives 500MB of non-persistent disk space in its own /tmp directory.
Q: How can I deploy my existing containerized application to AWS Lambda?
The container image must be able to run on a read-only filesystem. Your function code can access a writable /tmp directory storage of 512 MB. If you are using an image that requires a writable root directory, configure it to write to the /tmp directory.
There are arguments to the RBClient constructor named 'cookie_file=' and 'save_cookies' that allow chaning the location of the cookie file or saving the credentials in memory instead of a file.