publisher.subscribe(MyListener, async: true)
The listener must be a class (or module), not an object. This is because Sidekiq can not reconstruct the state of an object. However a class is easily reconstructed.
Additionally, you should also ensure that your methods used to handle events under
MyListener are all declared as class methods:
class MyListener def self.event_name end end
When publshing events the arguments must be simple as they need to be
serialized. For example instead of sending an
ActiveRecord model as an argument
use its id instead.
See the Sidekiq best practices for more information.
The same Ruby versions as Sidekiq are offically supported, but it should work with any 2.x syntax Ruby including JRuby and Rubinius.
See the build status for details.
scripts/sidekiq bundle exec rspec
To run sidekiq use
scripts/sidekiq. This wraps sidekiq in rerun
which will restart sidekiq when