n0nag0n/simple-job-queue

A simple library for interfacing with other job queue providers that gives you plenty of flexibility. Currently supports MySQL

1.0 2020-09-28 20:15 UTC

This package is auto-updated.

Last update: 2020-09-28 20:24:10 UTC


README

I wanted/needed a simple job queue that could be used on a database, but also used with other adapters like beanstalkd/redis/etc if needed. Didn't really see a good option for a standalone job queue for a database.

Install

composer require n0nag0n/simple-job-queue

Usage

Adding a new job

MySQL

<?php

use n0nag0n\Job_Queue

// default is mysql based job queue
$Job_Queue = new Job_Queue('mysql', [
	'mysql' => [
		'table_name' => 'new_table_name', // default is job_queue_jobs
		'use_compression' => false // default is true to use COMPRESS() and UNCOMPRESS() for payload
	]
]);

$PDO = new PDO('mysql:dbname=testdb;host=127.0.0.1', 'user', 'pass');
$Job_Queue->addQueueConnection($PDO);

$Job_Queue->selectPipeline('send_important_emails');
$Job_Queue->addJob(json_encode([ 'something' => 'that', 'ends' => 'up', 'a' => 'string' ]));

SQLite3

<?php

use n0nag0n\Job_Queue

// default is mysql based job queue
$Job_Queue = new Job_Queue('sqlite', [
	'sqlite' => [
		'table_name' => 'new_table_name' // default is job_queue_jobs
	]
]);

$PDO = new PDO('sqlite:example.db');
$Job_Queue->addQueueConnection($PDO);

$Job_Queue->selectPipeline('send_important_emails');
$Job_Queue->addJob(json_encode([ 'something' => 'that', 'ends' => 'up', 'a' => 'string' ]));

Beanstalkd

<?php

use n0nag0n\Job_Queue

// default is mysql based job queue
$Job_Queue = new Job_Queue('beanstalkd');

$pheanstalk = Pheanstalk\Pheanstalk::create('127.0.0.1');
$Job_Queue->addQueueConnection($pheanstalk);

$Job_Queue->selectPipeline('send_important_emails');
$Job_Queue->addJob(json_encode([ 'something' => 'that', 'ends' => 'up', 'a' => 'string' ]));

Running a worker

See example_worker.php for file or see below:

<?php
	$Job_Queue = new n0nag0n\Job_Queue('mysql');
	$PDO = new PDO('mysql:dbname=testdb;host=127.0.0.1', 'user', 'pass');
	$Job_Queue->addQueueConnection($PDO);
	$Job_Queue->watchPipeline('some_cool_pipeline_name');
	while(true) {
		$job = $Job_Queue->getNextJobAndReserve();

		// adjust to whatever makes you sleep better at night (for database queues only, beanstalkd does not need this if statement)
		if(empty($job)) {
			usleep(500000);
			continue;
		}

		echo "Processing {$job['id']}\n";
		$payload = json_decode($job['payload'], true);

		try {
			$result = doSomethingThatDoesSomething($payload);

			if($result === true) {
				$Job_Queue->deleteJob($job);
			} else {
				// this takes it out of the ready queue and puts it in another queue that can be picked up and "kicked" later.
				$Job_Queue->buryJob($job);
			}
		} catch(Exception $e) {
			$Job_Queue->buryJob($job);
		}
	}

Handling long processes

Supervisord is going to be your jam. Look up the many, many articles on how to implement this.

Testing

PHPUnit Tests with sqlite3 examples for the time being.

vendor/bin/phpunit