Solo Job Example
This example demonstrates how to ensure only one instance of the job is executed at any given time.
# jobs/solo.rb class Solo < Jobly::Job solo on_skip do at 70, "Skipped" logger.info "Job was skipped" end def execute(name: 'bob') total 100 at 10, "Initializing" sleep 20 at 100, "Done" end end
Commands to Try
Before running these commands, it is recommended you open the Statuses tab in the web dashboard.
cd examples/solo # Start the server and worker foreman start # From another terminal, send the Solo job twice jobly send Solo jobly send Solo # Finally, while the job is still locked, send it again with different # parameters (and therefore, a different fingerprint). jobly send Solo name:Bart