m-adamski/symfony-schedule-bundle

Schedule Bundle for Symfony

2.0.1 2020-04-03 12:13 UTC

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Last update: 2020-09-03 13:10:18 UTC


README

Bundle for simplifying operations with CRON jobs.

Version 2.x is no longer compatible with Symfony version 4.x. In this case, use version 1.x

Installation

This Bundle can be installed by Composer:

$ composer require m-adamski/symfony-schedule-bundle

How to use it?

Bundle provide functionality to manage CRON jobs by configuration from specified file. We need to create class implementing Adamski\Symfony\ScheduleBundle\Model\ManagerInterface interface.

namespace App\Model;

use Adamski\Symfony\ScheduleBundle\Model\ManagerInterface;
use Adamski\Symfony\ScheduleBundle\Model\Schedule;

class ScheduleManager implements ManagerInterface {

    public function schedule(Schedule $schedule) {
        // TODO: ..
    }
}

Then we need to complete the configuration - create file config/packages/schedule.yaml and set path to ScheduleManager:

schedule:
    manager: App\Model\ScheduleManager

Command schedule configuration

In function schedule we can configure CRON jobs with required expressions. For example we want run app:test-command daily at 12:00:

public function schedule(Schedule $schedule) {
    $schedule->command("app:test-command")->dailyAt("12:00");
}

Schedule class provide many date-time manipulators. This functionality is inspired by Laravel Tasks Scheduling.

Schedule Frequency Options

There are many schedules that you can assign to your task.

Method
cron($expression)
everyMinute()
everyFiveMinutes()
cron($expression)
everyMinute()
everyFiveMinutes()
everyTenMinutes()
everyFifteenMinutes()
everyThirtyMinutes()
hourly()
hourlyAt(int $offset)
daily()
at(string $time)
dailyAt(string $time)
twiceDaily(int $first = 1, int $second = 13)
weekdays()
weekends()
mondays()
tuesdays()
wednesdays()
thursdays()
fridays()
saturdays()
sundays()
weekly()
weeklyOn(int $day, string $time = "0:0")
monthly()
monthlyOn(int $day = 1, string $time = "0:0")
twiceMonthly(int $first = 1, int $second = 16)
quarterly()
yearly()
days($days)

CRON

Now it's enough to insert only one entry into crontab on server:

* * * * * php /path-to-project/bin/console schedule:run >> schedule.log 2>&1

License

MIT