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NAME ^

MongoDBx::Queue - A message queue implemented with MongoDB

VERSION ^

version 1.002

SYNOPSIS ^

    use v5.10;
    use MongoDBx::Queue;

    my $queue = MongoDBx::Queue->new(
        database_name => "queue_db",
        client_options => {
            host => "mongodb://example.net:27017",
            username => "willywonka",
            password => "ilovechocolate",
        }
    );

    $queue->add_task( { msg => "Hello World" } );
    $queue->add_task( { msg => "Goodbye World" } );

    while ( my $task = $queue->reserve_task ) {
        say $task->{msg};
        $queue->remove_task( $task );
    }

DESCRIPTION ^

MongoDBx::Queue implements a simple, prioritized message queue using MongoDB as a backend. By default, messages are prioritized by insertion time, creating a FIFO queue.

On a single host with MongoDB, it provides a zero-configuration message service across local applications. Alternatively, it can use a MongoDB database cluster that provides replication and fail-over for an even more durable, multi-host message queue.

Features:

Not yet implemented:

Warning: do not use with capped collections, as the queued messages will not meet the constraints required by a capped collection.

ATTRIBUTES ^

database_name

A MongoDB database name. Unless a db_name is provided in the client_options attribute, this database will be the default for authentication. Defaults to 'test'

client_options

A hash reference of MongoDB::MongoClient options that will be passed to its connect method.

collection_name

A collection name for the queue. Defaults to 'queue'. The collection must only be used by MongoDBx::Queue or unpredictable awful things will happen.

safe

Boolean that controls whether 'safe' inserts/updates are done. Defaults to true.

METHODS ^

new

   $queue = MongoDBx::Queue->new(
        database_name   => "my_app",
        client_options  => {
            host => "mongodb://example.net:27017",
            username => "willywonka",
            password => "ilovechocolate",
        },
   );

Creates and returns a new queue object.

add_task

  $queue->add_task( \%message, \%options );

Adds a task to the queue. The \%message hash reference will be shallow copied into the task and not include objects except as described by MongoDB::DataTypes. Top-level keys must not start with underscores, which are reserved for MongoDBx::Queue.

The \%options hash reference is optional and may contain the following key:

Note that setting a "future" priority may cause a task to be invisible to reserve_task. See that method for more details.

reserve_task

  $task = $queue->reserve_task;
  $task = $queue->reserve_task( \%options );

Atomically marks and returns a task. The task is marked in the queue as "reserved" (in-progress) so it can not be reserved again unless is is rescheduled or timed-out. The task returned is a hash reference containing the data added in add_task, including private keys for use by MongoDBx::Queue methods.

Tasks are returned in priority order from lowest to highest. If multiple tasks have identical, lowest priorities, their ordering is undefined. If no tasks are available or visible, it will return undef.

The \%options hash reference is optional and may contain the following key:

The max_priority option controls whether "future" tasks are visible. If the lowest task priority is greater than the max_priority, this method returns undef.

reschedule_task

  $queue->reschedule_task( $task );
  $queue->reschedule_task( $task, \%options );

Releases the reservation on a task so it can be reserved again.

The \%options hash reference is optional and may contain the following key:

Note that setting a "future" priority may cause a task to be invisible to reserve_task. See that method for more details.

remove_task

  $queue->remove_task( $task );

Removes a task from the queue (i.e. indicating the task has been processed).

apply_timeout

  $queue->apply_timeout( $seconds );

Removes reservations that occurred more than $seconds ago. If no argument is given, the timeout defaults to 120 seconds. The timeout should be set longer than the expected task processing time, so that only dead/hung tasks are returned to the active queue.

search

  my @results = $queue->search( \%query, \%options );

Returns a list of tasks in the queue based on search criteria. The query should be expressed in the usual MongoDB fashion. In addition to MongoDB options limit, skip and sort, this method supports a reserved option. If present, results will be limited to reserved tasks if true or unreserved tasks if false.

peek

  $task = $queue->peek( $task );

Retrieves a full copy of the task from the queue. This is useful to retrieve all fields from a partial-field result from search. It is equivalent to:

  $self->search( { _id => $task->{_id} } );

Returns undef if the task is not found.

size

  $queue->size;

Returns the number of tasks in the queue, including in-progress ones.

waiting

  $queue->waiting;

Returns the number of tasks in the queue that have not been reserved.

SUPPORT ^

Bugs / Feature Requests

Please report any bugs or feature requests through the issue tracker at https://github.com/dagolden/MongoDBx-Queue/issues. You will be notified automatically of any progress on your issue.

Source Code

This is open source software. The code repository is available for public review and contribution under the terms of the license.

https://github.com/dagolden/MongoDBx-Queue

  git clone https://github.com/dagolden/MongoDBx-Queue.git

AUTHOR ^

David Golden <dagolden@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

This software is Copyright (c) 2012 by David Golden.

This is free software, licensed under:

  The Apache License, Version 2.0, January 2004
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