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SoclozNsqBundle

This bundle allow your Symfony2 application to work with NSQ queuing system. It is a very light wrapper over NSQPHP (NSQ client library for PHP).

Installation

Add the dependency in your composer.json

{
    "require": {
        "socloz/nsq-bundle": "dev-master"
    }
}

Enable the bundle in your application kernel

<?php
// app/AppKernel.php

public function registerBundles()
{
    $bundles = array(
        // ...
        new Socloz\NsqBundle\SoclozNsqBundle(),
    );
}

Configuration

# app/config.yml

socloz_nsq:
  lookupd_hosts: ["localhost:4161"] # list of nsqlookupd hosts, optional. If omitted the consumers
                                    # will use the "publish_to" list (see below) of the topic.
  topics:
    foo:                      # topic name
      publish_to: [localhost] # list of nsqd hosts to publish to
      requeue_strategy:       # requeuing strategy on failure
        max_attempts: 5       # maximum number of attemps per message
        delays:               # requeuing delays in ms
          - 5000
          - 10000
          - 60000
          # 4st (and last) requeue will use the last specified delay (ie 60000)

Specifiying consumers

Via configuration

# app/config.yml

socloz_nsq:
  topics:
    foo:
      consumers:
        channel1: amce_consumer1 # service id
        channel2: amce_consumer2
        # ...

Via service definition

# AcmeBundle/Resources/config/services.yml

amce_consumer1:
  class: AcmeBundle\Consumer1
  tags:
    -  { name: socloz.nsq.consumer, topic: foo, channel: acme.channel1 }

Usage

Producer side

<?php

use nsqphp\Message\Message;

// ...

$topic = $container->get('socloz.nsq')->getTopic('foo');
// or simply
$topic = $container->get('socloz.nsq.topic.foo');
// It can also be a fancy way to directly inject a topic as service dependency
// instead of injecting both the topic manager and the topic name.

// then
$topic->publish('message payload');

Consumer side

<?php
// AcmeBundle/Consumer1.php

namespace AcmeBundle;

use nsqphp\Exception;
use Socloz\NsqBundle\Consumer\ConsumerInterface;

class Consumer1 implements ConsumerInterface
{
    public function consume($topic, $channel, $payload)
    {
        if (...) {
            // Stops message processing and finishes it in normal way (as a
            // successful message process)
            throw new Exception\ExpiredMessageException();
        }

        if (...) {
            // Forces requeue of the message with the specified delay (and thus
            // bypasses the topic's requeue strategy)
            throw new Exception\RequeueMessageException(10);
        }
    }
}

Run consumers for a topic

app/console socloz:nsq:topic:consume <topic> [-c <channel>]

Delayed messages

Delayed messages are supported via an intermediate topic. When you publish a message with a delay it will be first published to a dedicated "hidden" topic (named "__socloz_delayed") on a specified host. While this message is not ready it will be requeued with the remaining delay. Once the message is ready, it will be eventually published to the business topic.

Configuration

Here is the default configuration of the delayed messages's topic.

# app/config.yml

socloz_nsq:
  delayed_messages_topic:
    publish_to: localhost # single host
    requeue_strategy:     # 4 retries with 10s interval
      max_attempts: 5
      delays: [10000]

Publish a message with a delay

<?php
// ...
$topic->publish(
    'message payload',
    600 // will be ready in 10 minutes
);

Run the consumer for the dedicated topic

app/console socloz:nsq:delayed:consume

Misc

Get consumers list for a given topic

app/console socloz:nsq:topic:list <topic>

Tests

Unit tests need for now a nsqd running on localhost, port 4150. You also need PHPUnit and composer.

php composer.phar install --dev
phpunit

Stub

When you have to test components which rely on SoclozNsqBundle, you can enable the stub mode via your configuration.

# app/config_test.yml

socloz_nsq:
  stub: true

The per-topic stub use an in-memory message list. There is no change on publisher side. On consumer side you have to call consume() in this way:

<?php
// ...
$topic->consume(
    array(), // channel whitelist (optional)
    array(
        'limit' => 5, // number of messages to process (default=1)
        'ignore_delay' => false, // whether to skip delayed messages (default=true)
        'filter' => function ($payload) { // filter callback (default=null)
                                          // if false is returned, the message
                                          // will be skipped
            // ...
        },
        'consumers' => array( // overriding consumers list (default=empty list)
            'acme.channel1' => function ($payload) {
                // ...
            },
        ),
    ),
);

The following helper methods are also available:

<?php
// clear message list
$topic->clear();

// delete messages filtered by the given callback
$topic->delete(function ($payload) {
    // ...
});