Minion::Backend::Pg(3) PostgreSQL backend

SYNOPSIS


use Minion::Backend::Pg;
my $backend = Minion::Backend::Pg->new('postgresql://[email protected]/test');

DESCRIPTION

Minion::Backend::Pg is a backend for Minion based on Mojo::Pg. All necessary tables will be created automatically with a set of migrations named "minion". Note that this backend uses many bleeding edge features, so only the latest, stable version of PostgreSQL is fully supported.

ATTRIBUTES

Minion::Backend::Pg inherits all attributes from Minion::Backend and implements the following new ones.

pg

  my $pg   = $backend->pg;
  $backend = $backend->pg(Mojo::Pg->new);

Mojo::Pg object used to store all data.

METHODS

Minion::Backend::Pg inherits all methods from Minion::Backend and implements the following new ones.

dequeue

  my $job_info = $backend->dequeue($worker_id, 0.5);
  my $job_info = $backend->dequeue($worker_id, 0.5, {queues => ['important']});

Wait a given amount of time in seconds for a job, dequeue it and transition from "inactive" to "active" state, or return "undef" if queues were empty.

These options are currently available:

queues
  queues => ['important']

One or more queues to dequeue jobs from, defaults to "default".

These fields are currently available:

args
  args => ['foo', 'bar']

Job arguments.

id
  id => '10023'

Job ID.

retries
  retries => 3

Number of times job has been retried.

task
  task => 'foo'

Task name.

enqueue

  my $job_id = $backend->enqueue('foo');
  my $job_id = $backend->enqueue(foo => [@args]);
  my $job_id = $backend->enqueue(foo => [@args] => {priority => 1});

Enqueue a new job with "inactive" state.

These options are currently available:

attempts
  attempts => 25

Number of times performing this job will be attempted, with a delay based on ``backoff'' in Minion after the first attempt, defaults to 1.

delay
  delay => 10

Delay job for this many seconds (from now).

parents
  parents => [$id1, $id2, $id3]

One or more existing jobs this job depends on, and that need to have transitioned to the state "finished" before it can be processed.

priority
  priority => 5

Job priority, defaults to 0.

queue
  queue => 'important'

Queue to put job in, defaults to "default".

fail_job

  my $bool = $backend->fail_job($job_id, $retries);
  my $bool = $backend->fail_job($job_id, $retries, 'Something went wrong!');
  my $bool = $backend->fail_job(
    $job_id, $retries, {whatever => 'Something went wrong!'});

Transition from "active" to "failed" state, and if there are attempts remaining, transition back to "inactive" with a delay based on ``backoff'' in Minion.

finish_job

  my $bool = $backend->finish_job($job_id, $retries);
  my $bool = $backend->finish_job($job_id, $retries, 'All went well!');
  my $bool = $backend->finish_job(
    $job_id, $retries, {whatever => 'All went well!'});

Transition from "active" to "finished" state.

job_info

  my $job_info = $backend->job_info($job_id);

Get information about a job, or return "undef" if job does not exist.

  # Check job state
  my $state = $backend->job_info($job_id)->{state};
  # Get job result
  my $result = $backend->job_info($job_id)->{result};

These fields are currently available:

args
  args => ['foo', 'bar']

Job arguments.

attempts
  attempts => 25

Number of times performing this job will be attempted.

children
  children => ['10026', '10027', '10028']

Jobs depending on this job.

created
  created => 784111777

Epoch time job was created.

delayed
  delayed => 784111777

Epoch time job was delayed to.

finished
  finished => 784111777

Epoch time job was finished.

parents
  parents => ['10023', '10024', '10025']

Jobs this job depends on.

priority
  priority => 3

Job priority.

queue
  queue => 'important'

Queue name.

result
  result => 'All went well!'

Job result.

retried
  retried => 784111777

Epoch time job has been retried.

retries
  retries => 3

Number of times job has been retried.

started
  started => 784111777

Epoch time job was started.

state
  state => 'inactive'

Current job state, usually "active", "failed", "finished" or "inactive".

task
  task => 'foo'

Task name.

worker
  worker => '154'

Id of worker that is processing the job.

list_jobs

  my $batch = $backend->list_jobs($offset, $limit);
  my $batch = $backend->list_jobs($offset, $limit, {state => 'inactive'});

Returns the same information as ``job_info'' but in batches.

These options are currently available:

queue
  queue => 'important'

List only jobs in this queue.

state
  state => 'inactive'

List only jobs in this state.

task
  task => 'test'

List only jobs for this task.

list_workers

  my $batch = $backend->list_workers($offset, $limit);

Returns the same information as ``worker_info'' but in batches.

new

  my $backend = Minion::Backend::Pg->new('postgresql://[email protected]/test');

Construct a new Minion::Backend::Pg object.

register_worker

  my $worker_id = $backend->register_worker;
  my $worker_id = $backend->register_worker($worker_id);

Register worker or send heartbeat to show that this worker is still alive.

remove_job

  my $bool = $backend->remove_job($job_id);

Remove "failed", "finished" or "inactive" job from queue.

repair

  $backend->repair;

Repair worker registry and job queue if necessary.

reset

  $backend->reset;

Reset job queue.

retry_job

  my $bool = $backend->retry_job($job_id, $retries);
  my $bool = $backend->retry_job($job_id, $retries, {delay => 10});

Transition from "failed" or "finished" state back to "inactive", already "inactive" jobs may also be retried to change options.

These options are currently available:

delay
  delay => 10

Delay job for this many seconds (from now).

priority
  priority => 5

Job priority.

queue
  queue => 'important'

Queue to put job in.

stats

  my $stats = $backend->stats;

Get statistics for jobs and workers.

These fields are currently available:

active_jobs
  active_jobs => 100

Number of jobs in "active" state.

active_workers
  active_workers => 100

Number of workers that are currently processing a job.

delayed_jobs
  delayed_jobs => 100

Number of jobs in "inactive" state that are scheduled to run at specific time in the future or have unresolved dependencies. Note that this field is EXPERIMENTAL and might change without warning!

failed_jobs
  failed_jobs => 100

Number of jobs in "failed" state.

finished_jobs
  finished_jobs => 100

Number of jobs in "finished" state.

inactive_jobs
  inactive_jobs => 100

Number of jobs in "inactive" state.

inactive_workers
  inactive_workers => 100

Number of workers that are currently not processing a job.

unregister_worker

  $backend->unregister_worker($worker_id);

Unregister worker.

worker_info

  my $worker_info = $backend->worker_info($worker_id);

Get information about a worker, or return "undef" if worker does not exist.

  # Check worker host
  my $host = $backend->worker_info($worker_id)->{host};

These fields are currently available:

host
  host => 'localhost'

Worker host.

jobs
  jobs => ['10023', '10024', '10025', '10029']

Ids of jobs the worker is currently processing.

notified
  notified => 784111777

Epoch time worker sent the last heartbeat.

pid
  pid => 12345

Process id of worker.

started
  started => 784111777

Epoch time worker was started.