Using the Queue-pinservice BETA
Queue-pinservice is an ipfs-pinservice implementation, you can use the queue-pinservice to make ipfs-search.com pick up your new/changed CIDs automatically.
It is an MVP, in BETA stage. It is free to use but no guarantees are given about service quality or availability, nor that it will stay completely free forever, and using it is on one’s own responsibility. If you are interested in high-volume usage of the service, please contact email@example.com
For documentation about using pinning services, see https://docs.ipfs.tech/how-to/work-with-pinning-services/
Note that (for now), authentication has been disabled, because there is no persistent data storage. Nonetheless, the ipfs client expects an authentication key and won’t work without one. You can use anything as an authentication key, except for nothing.
IPFS Desktop or IPFS Web GUI
Add a Custom service as described here: https://docs.ipfs.tech/how-to/work-with-pinning-services/#use-an-existing-pinning-service
Secret access token: “secretAccessToken” (see authentication above)
‘Auto Upload’ in GUI
By enabling Auto Upload, eveything you will add to your local MFS root will automatically be submitted to our queue.
Click on the 3 dots to find the 'Auto Upload' option.!.
Command line usage
Setting up your IPFS client:
ipfs pin remote service add ipfs-search https://api.ipfs-search.com/v1/queue-pinservice/ anyAuthenticationKey
Sending a CID to this queue pinning service:
ipfs pin remote add --service=ipfs-search --name=war-and-peace.txt bafybeib32tuqzs2wrc52rdt56cz73sqe3qu2deqdudssspnu4gbezmhig4
N.b. Because the IPFS client immediately after Add pin checks for the status of the request using Get pin object, this gives a not-implemented-error (code
This does not mean the call did not come through! There is simply no persistent data to retrieve about the call, and no way to reconstruct this information (at least for now).
Pinning service API spec implementation
The queue-pinning service complies with https://ipfs.github.io/pinning-services-api-spec/, but only Add Pin has been implemented. Replace pin object is routed to the Add pin service.
List pin objects returns an empty object.
Other calls throw a not-implemented-error with code