@gorangajic/bull-arena1.4.1 • Public • Published
An intuitive Web GUI for Bull. Built on Express so you can run Arena standalone, or mounted in another app as middleware.
For a quick introduction to the motivations for creating Arena, read Interactively monitoring Bull, a Redis-backed job queue for Node.
- Check the health of a queue and its jobs at a glance
- Paginate and filter jobs by their state
- View details and stacktraces of jobs with permalinks
- Restart and retry jobs with one click
Configure your queues in the "queues" key of
index.json. Queues take the following format:
hostId fields are required.
hostId can be given any name, so it is recommended to give it a helpful name for reference. Optionally, you can also pass in
password to configure redis credentials.
To specify a custom file location, see "Running Arena as a node module".
Running the server
npm install to fetch Arena's dependencies. Then run
npm start to start the server.
Note that because Arena is dependent on
await, Arena only currently supports Node
Running Arena as a node module
Alternatively, you can use Arena as a node module. This has potential benefits:
- Arena can be configured to use any method of server/queue configuration desired
- for example, fetching available redis queues from an AWS instance on server start
- or even just plain old reading from environment variables
- Arena can be mounted in other express apps as middleware
In project folder:
> npm install --save-dev bull-arena
const express = ;const router = express;const arena = queues;router;
Arena is written using Express, with simple jQuery and Handlebars on the front end.
If updating dependencies, please use Yarn and update the
yarn.lock file before submitting a pull request.
The MIT License.