presque - a redis/tatsumaki based message queue
In order to use presque, you will need:
presque is a persistent job queue that uses Redis for storage and Tatsumaki for the interface between workers and Redis.
presque implement a REST interface for communications, and jobs are JSON data structure.
Workers can be written in any language as long as they implement the REST interface. A complete worker exists for Perl presque::worker. Some examples in other languages can be found in the eg directory.
The following HTTP routes are available:
GET /q/queuename gets an object out of the queue POST /q/queuename insert an object in the queue PUT /q/queuename re-insert a job after a worker failed to process the job DELETE /q/queuename purge and delete the queue GET /status/ informations about a queue. GET /j/queuename return some basic information about a queue. GET /control/queuename return the status of the queue. A queue have two statues: open or closed. When a queue is closed, no job can be extracted from the queue. POST /control/queuename change the status of the queue. GET /w/ some statisctics about a worker POST /w/queuename register a worker on a queue. DELETE /w/queue_name unregister a worker on a queue.
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For a complete description of each routes, refer to presque::WorkerHandler, presque::RestQueueHandler, presque::ControlHandler, presque::JobQueueHandler, presque::StatusHandler.
For a complete worker see presque::worker.
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This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.