Documentation

Introduction

Reference

  • Servers - using the built-in servers and writing custom ones
  • Classic RPyC - using RPyC in slave mode (AKA classic mode), where the client has unrestricted control over the server.
  • RPyC Services - writing well-defined services which restrict the operations a client (or server) can carry out.
  • Asynchronous Operation - invoking operations in the background, without having to wait for them to finish.
  • Security Concerns - keeping security in mind when using RPyC
  • Secure Connections - create an encrypted and authenticated connection over SSL or SSH
  • Zero-Deploy - spawn temporary, short-lived RPyC server on remote machine with nothing more than SSH and a Python interpreter
  • Splitbrain Python - run code locally, but have all OS-level operations take place on the server machine. A killer feature for debugging and automated testing!