minwq

Minimalist work queue backed by Redis

minwq

Minimalistic Node.JS Work Queue, backed by Redis. (>=2.6.* redis required with Lua support)

npm install minwq
var minwq = require("minwq")

// Create a new store
var store= new minwq([options]);

// Optional
// You can provide a queue suffix for all jobs for namespacing purposes.
var store = new minwq({
	prefix: "myapp",
});

// If you need to provide custom redis clients (due to authentication or because you just want to), you can override createClient function of store;
minwq.prototype.createClient = function() {
	return redis.createClient(..whatever);
}
  • queue [required] - Name of the queue
  • data [required] - Job payload
  • delay [optional] - Delay job execution (in milliseconds)
  • unique [optional] - If provided, only a single living job can have the unqiue token, additional push requests will fail.
  • replace [optional] - Boolean. If a unique key is provided and a duplicate job is pushed, it is ignored by default. Provide replace: true to replace the older job with new one.
  • callback(err, jobid) - Gets called when the job is created

store.push({
queue: "email",
data: {
to: "foo@bar.com",
subject: "Foo",
text: "Bar"
},
delay: 100,
unique: "unqiue token",
}, callback);
  • ttl [optional] - Job retry delay (in milliseconds).

If a job takes more than ttl milliseconds to complete, it will be requeued. No TTL means the hob will be removed from queue immediately when the pop function gets called.


store.pop({
queue: "email",
ttl: 10000
}, function(err, job) {
// job.data contains the job payload
console.log(job.data);
 
// after finishing the job, you need to remove it explicitly from the queue:
job.remove(callback);
});

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