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Task Handler for Fabrix

  • RabbitMQ

Install

$ npm install @fabrix/spool-tasks --save

Configure Task Settings

// config/tasks.ts
export const tasks = {

  /**
   * Define worker profiles. Each worker of a given type listens for the
   * "tasks" defined in its profile below. The task names represent a Task
   * defined in api.services.tasks. Note that 'memoryBound' and 'cpuBound' are
   * arbitrary names.
   */
  profiles: {
    memoryBound: [ 'hiMemoryTask1' ],
    cpuBound: [ 'VideoEncoder', 'hiCpuTask2' ]
  },

  /**
   * Set RabbitMQ connection info
   */
  connection: {
    exchange: process.env.TASKER_EXCHANGE, // optional, defaults to `tasker-work-x`
    workQueueName: process.env.TASKER_WORK_QUEUE, // optional, defaults to `tasker-work-q`
    interruptQueueName: process.env.TASKER_INTERRUPT_QUEUE, // optional, defaults to `tasker-interrupt-q`

    /**
     * The RabbitMQ connection information.
     * See: https://www.rabbitmq.com/uri-spec.html
     */
     host: process.env.TASKER_RMQ_HOST,
     user: process.env.TASKER_RMQ_USER,
     pass: process.env.TASKER_RMQ_PASS,
     port: process.env.TASKER_RMQ_PORT,
     vhost: process.env.TASKER_RMQ_VHOST

     /**
     * Connection information could also be passed via uri
     */
     uri: process.env.TASKER_RMQ_URI

     /**
      * Additional, optional connection options (default values shown)
      */
      heartbeat: 30,
      timeout:, // this is the connection timeout (in milliseconds, per connection attempt), and there is no default
      failAFter: 60, // limits how long rabbot will attempt to connect (in seconds, across all connection attempts). Defaults to 60
      retryLimit: 3, // limits number of consecutive failed attempts

  },

  /**
   * Set worker to subscribe to tasks in the matching profile (tasks.profiles).
   * If process.env.WORKER does not match a profile, the application will not subscribe to any tasks
   */
  profile: process.env.WORKER
}

Configure worker Environment

// config/env/worker.ts
import { TasksSpool } from '@fabrix/spool-tasks'
export const worker = {
  main: {

    /**
     * Only load the spools needed by the workers
     */
    spools: [
     TasksSpool
    ]
  }
}

If the worker profiles each require more granular environment configurations, create worker-cpuBound, worker-memoryBound, etc. environments.

Include tasks in the app object

Create a directory api/tasks. Any task definitions will be created as classes in this directory. Create api/tasks/index.ts to export all of the tasks. Include this directory in api/index.ts. Here is an example:

// api/index.ts

import * as tasks from './tasks'
export { tasks }

Usage

Define tasks in api.tasks. Tasks are run by a worker processes.

// api/tasks/VideoEncoder.ts

import { Task } from '@fabrix/spool-tasks'
export class VideoEncoder extends Task {

  /**
   * "message" is the message from RabbitMQ, and contains all the information
   * the worker needs to do its job. By default, sets this.message and this.app.
   *
   * @param message.body.videoFormat
   * @param message.body.videoBuffer
   */
  constructor (app, message) {
    super(app, message)
  }

  /**
   * Do work here. When the work is finished (the Promise is resolved), send
   * "ack" to the worker queue. You must override this method.
   *
   * @return Promise
   */
  run () {
    return doWork(this.message)
  }

  /**
   * This is a listener which is invoked when the worker is interrupted (specifically,
   * an interrupt is a particular type of message that instructs this worker to
   * stop).
   */
  interrupt () {
    this.log.warn('only encoded', this.currentIndex, 'out of', this.totalItems, 'frames')
  }

  /**
   * Perform any necessary cleanup, close connections, etc. This method will be
   * invoked regardless of whether the worker completed successfully or not.
   * @return Promise
   */
  finalize () {
    return doCleanup(this.message)
  }
}

To start a task, publish a message via the app.tasker interface:

const taskId = app.tasker.publish('VideoEncoder', { vidoeUrl: 'http://...' }

To interrupt a task in progress, use the taskId that is returned from app.tasker.publish(..):

app.tasker.cancel('VideoEncoder', taskId)

Deployment

An example Procfile may look like:

web: npm start
memoryBound: NODE_ENV=worker WORKER=memoryBound npm start
cpuBound: NODE_ENV=worker WORKER=cpuBound npm start

If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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