It's possible to create a script and run it with the api, but there's no way to run an arbitrary one-time script.
We can obviously create, run, and then delete a script, but that's cumbersome. It's probably also possible to ssh to the server and run a script directly, but that's more complicated.
When running a script, I expect the initial request to start the execution and return a response with an id (or token) that can be used to poll or query the script status on further requests (possibly to a different endpoint). The idea is to know when the script finishes running and also get the script output from stdout and stderr.
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