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NAME ^

Job::Machine::DB

VERSION ^

version 0.26

NAME ^

Job::Machine::DB - Database class for Job::Machine

METHODS ^

new

  my $client = Job::Machine::DB->new(
          dbh   => $dbh,
          queue => 'queue.subqueue',

  );

  my $client = Job::Machine::Base->new(
          dsn   => @dsn,
  );

serializer

Returns the serializer, default Data::Serializer

listen

Sets up the listener. Quit listening to the named queues. If 'reply' is passed, we listen to the related reply queue instead of the task queue.

Return undef immediately if no queue is provided.

 $self->listen( queue => 'queue_name' );
 $self->listen( queue => \@queues, reply => 1  );

unlisten

Quit listening to the named queues. If 'reply' is passed, we unlisten to the related reply queue instead of the task queue.

Return undef immediately if no queue is provided.

 $self->unlisten( queue => 'queue_name' );
 $self->unlisten( queue => \@queues, reply => 1  );

notify

Sends an asynchronous notification to the named queue, with an optional payload. If 'reply' is true, then the queue names are taken to be reply.

Return undef immediately if no queue name is provided.

 $self->notify( queue => 'queue_name' );
 $self->notify( queue => 'queue_name', reply => 1, payload => $data  );

get_notification

Retrieve one notification, if there is one

Retrievies the pending notifications.

 my $notifies = $self->get_notification();

The return value is an arrayref where each row looks like this:

 my ($name, $pid, $payload) = @$notify;

set_listen

Wait for a notification. The required parameter timeout tells for how long time to wait.

fetch_work_task

Fetch one work task from the task table

insert_task

Insert a row in the task table

set_task_status

Update the task with a new status

fetch_class

Fetch a class

fetch_task

Fetch a task

insert_class

Insert a row in the class table

insert_result

Insert a row in the result table

Argument

 data - either a scalar value that will be inserted as the result, or a hashref containing the type and result

fetch_result

Fetch a result using the result id

fetch_first_result

Fetch a result using the task id

fetch_results

Fetch all results of a given task

get_statuses

Fetch all distinct statuses

get_classes

Fetch all classes

get_tasks

Fetch all tasks, joined with the class for a suitable name

revive_tasks

        1. Find started tasks that have passed the time limit, most probably because of a dead worker. (status 100, modified < now - max_runtime)
        2. Trim status so task can be tried again

fail_tasks

        1. Find tasks that have failed too many times (# of result rows > $self->retries
        2. fail them (Set status 900)
        There's a hard limit (100) for how many tasks can be failed at one time for
        performance resons

remove_tasks

        3. Find tasks that should be removed (remove_task < now)
        - delete them
        - log

select_first

Select the first row from the given sql statement

select_all

Select all rows from the given sql statement

where_clause

Very light weight where clause builder

order_by

Very light weight order-by builder

AUTHOR ^

Kaare Rasmussen <kaare@cpan.org>.

COPYRIGHT ^

Copyright (C) 2009,2015, Kaare Rasmussen

This module is free software; you can redistribute it or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

AUTHOR ^

Kaare Rasmussen <kaare at cpan dot net>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

This software is copyright (c) 2015 by Kaare Rasmussen.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

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