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README.md

Beanstalk Queue Driver

This plugin uses Beanstalk to process background jobs for Kanboard.

Author

  • Frederic Guillot
  • License MIT

Requirements

  • Kanboard >= 1.0.29
  • PHP >= 5.3.3
  • Beanstalkd daemon

Installation

You have the choice between 3 methods:

  1. Install the plugin from the Kanboard plugin manager in one click
  2. Download the zip file and decompress everything under the directory plugins/Beanstalk
  3. Clone this repository into the folder plugins/Beanstalk

Note: Plugin folder is case-sensitive.

Configuration

By default this plugin assume that beanstalkd is running on localhost. To change the default values, define those parameters in your config file:

define('QUEUE_NAME', 'kanboard');
define('BEANSTALKD_HOSTNAME', '127.0.0.1');

You also need to run the Kanboard's worker:

./cli worker

The worker must have the same permissions as the web application (same user). You should run the worker with a process manager like supervisord or similar.

Docker help

Using the official Docker distributed for Kanboard, you can implement this approach following these simple steps:

  • Create a subfolder /etc/services.d/cli_worker and a text file /etc/services.d/cli_worker/run
  • Create a subfolder /etc/services.d/beanstalk and a text file /etc/services.d/beanstalk/run

These "run" files are required for s6-svscan already included in the image to automatically load and supervise the two processes required

  • For cli_worker/run define contents:
#!/bin/execlineb -P
/usr/bin/beanstalkd
  • For beanstalk/run define contents:
#!/bin/execlineb -P
/var/www/app/cli worker

Restart the docker and you should be all set.

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