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npm install jamboree
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|Version||0.1.6 last updated 2 years ago|
|Dependencies (9)||express, underscore, async, optimist, colors, mobettah, mysql, mongoose, log|
maximum amount of time shortline will wait before closing the connection and recording that the request failed due to timeout
port to connect to on each endpoint
maximun number of connections to each endpoint
whitelist of ips which can submit jobs
port shortline should listen on for incoming requests
shortline has seperate databases for the following modes:
shortline currently supports mongoDB and MySQL
- adapter mysql
- adapter mongo
- user optional
- password optional
hosts an array of host:port pairs
port defaults to 27017
- CLI Interface
Listens for job requests. Pushes them into the Queue and Storage. Receivers must register their Pusher before requests will be processed. Requests that don't have a corresponding receiver will be ignored.
Pulls requests off the Queue and pushes them to their processors. Only deletes a request from the Queue after callback calls done().
Add and remove request, can be reset from Storage given a timestamp.
Permanent storage of requests and jobs. Requests indexed by time_created. Deleted after a month.
Manages a job lifecycle. Registers a Receiver and a Pusher to a Queue. Handles errors for Receiver, Pusher, and Queue.
list of available Jobs, keyed by domain. Allows for run-time configuration changes to job processing.
List, Create, Update and Delete running Jobs via the JobBoard