Scheduling task on your webapp
Bunnycron is a job scheduling module trigged by your node.js process. Bunnycron will schedule a job based on a cron syntax textfile in your project directory, so you can keep your job scheduling definition in your git repository. With a lock machanism provided by Redis, Bunnycron will prevent the same job running multiple times within a cluster. It provides a clean user interface to monitor your jobs and their statuses.
Install via npm:
npm install bunnycron
Bunnycron provides a clean user-interface for viewing your scheduled jobs.
The logging system allows you to see how your job processed
First create a
Cronfile file in your root directory of your project.
An example of
Cronfile with the same syntax of your familiar Crontab
00 30 12 * * * node backup_databse.js */10 * * * * * ./checkuptime.sh 00 30 11 * * 1-5 curl -o aapl.html http://www.jitta.com/stock/aapl
Asterisk. E.g. * Ranges. E.g. 1-3,5 Steps. E.g. */2
*/10 * * * * 1-2 echo "Run every 10 seconds on Monday and Tuesday" 00 */2 * * * * echo "Run every 2 minutes everyday" 00 30 09-10 * * * echo "Run at 09:30 and 10:30 everyday" 00 30 08 10 06 * echo "Run at 08:30 on 10th June" - 00 for Sunday or 24.00
var bunny = require'bunnycron';bunnystartCron;
var options =redis:port: 1234host: '10.12.33.44'auth: 'fj2ifjeo2j'bunny = require'bunnycron'options;bunnystartCron
when required bunnycron module you can pass
options in an object with the following possible properties.
cronFile: the directory path to
redis: by default, Bunnycron will connect to Redis using the client default settings (port defaults to
6379and host defaults to
127.0.0.1, prefix defaults to
prefix: defaults to
bunny. Custom redis predix
debug: send log data to stdout.
To view your scheduled jobs UI. You can use
bunny.app within your existing express.js application.
var express = require'express';var app = express;var bunny = require'bunnycron'bunnystartCron;appusebunnyapp;// app.use('/bunny/', bunny.app) or custom base urlapplisten3000;
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