|| at Nov 12, 2014 at 3:23 pm
2014-11-12 17:42 GMT+03:30 Paul Jensen <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
At my former employer we created a Job Queue (to replace Kue) for our
Kue has fixed some serious atomicity problems it had a year ago, and is
planned to move into a fully atomic (server side LUA based redis) state
management from 1.0
May I ask what was your actual problems with it?
It's essentially a REST API on top of MongoDB, with support for web hooks.
MongoDB does has document-level atomicity, see here:http://docs.mongodb.org/manual/tutorial/model-data-for-atomic-operations/
It doesn't have scheduled jobs. If you wanted that feature, you may be
better off looking at other systems. Otherwise, if you're upto it, you
could fork it and add it in.
On Tuesday, 11 November 2014 00:13:09 UTC, Alisson Cavalcante Agiani wrote:
Does anyone knows a good job queue that has atomicity and scheduled jobs?
Job board: http://jobs.nodejs.org/
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