tomahawk/queue

Tomahawk Queue

0.2.0 2017-05-09 19:12 UTC

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Last update: 2020-03-09 09:19:54 UTC


README

A nice and simple PHP Worker Queue library

Requirements

  • PHP 7.0 +
  • pcntl extension.
  • posix extension.

Installation

You can install Tomahawk Queue using composer:

composer require tomahawk/queue

1. Setup configuration

First you need to create a new file called tomahawk.xml

You will need to configure the following things:

  • Storage directory - for logs and pid files
  • Bootstrap file (optional) - Allows you to add event listeners and extend storage
  • Your workers

Below is an example:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<tomahawk
    storage="./storage"
    bootstrap="./queue-bootstrap.php">

    <workers>
        <worker pidkey="emails" name="Emails" queues="emails" />
    </workers>

</tomahawk>

2. Create Bootstrap file

Bootstrap example file

<?php

use Tomahawk\Queue\Application;
use Tomahawk\Queue\Storage\StorageInterface;
use Tomahawk\Queue\Storage\RedisStorage;
use Predis\Client;
use Pimple\Container;
use Symfony\Component\EventDispatcher\EventDispatcherInterface;

/**
 * Get the Autoloader
 */
require_once(__DIR__.'/vendor/autoload.php');

/**
 * Set Default Timezone
 */

date_default_timezone_set('Europe/London');

// Get the container
$container = Application::getContainer();

// Set storage for jobs
$container[StorageInterface::class] = function(Container $c) {
    $client = new Client([
         'scheme' => 'tcp',
         'host'   => '10.0.0.1',
         'port'   => 6379,
    ]);
    return new RedisStorage($client);
};

$eventDispatcher = $container[EventDispatcherInterface::class];

// Add events
$eventDispatcher->addListener(\Tomahawk\Queue\JobEvents::PROCESSED, function(\Tomahawk\Queue\Event\PreProcessEvent $event) {
    // Log to a file
});

$container[EventDispatcherInterface::class];

Using the CLI

Create a new worker

./bin/tomahawk-queue work emails emails --daemon

Queue a new job to worker

./bin/tomahawk-queue queue emails JobClass {"id":"1"}

List running workers

./bin/tomahawk-queue list

Stop a running worker

./bin/tomahawk-queue stop emails

Load and run all workers defined in configuration file

./bin/tomahawk-queue load

Using the Queue Manager

If you have your works setup on a different VM or server you can still push jobs onto the queue using the Queue Manager.

Below is an example of how to do this

<?php 

use Predis\Client;
use Tomahawk\Queue\Manager;
use Tomahawk\Queue\Storage\RedisStorage;

$client = new Client([
     'scheme' => 'tcp',
     'host'   => '10.0.0.1',
     'port'   => 6379,
]);
$storage = new RedisStorage($client);
    
$manager = new Manager($storage);

$arguments = [
    'email' => '...',
    'subject' => '...',
];

$manager->queue('queue_email', 'JobClass', $arguments);

License

Tomahawk Queue is open-sourced software licensed under the MIT license