bric_queued - Bricolage jobs queue daemon
bric_queued runs as a daemon that polls a Bricolage jobs queue and executes any unexecuted jobs with current or past scheduled times. Normally, (see
-s) it executes all of the jobs found in a given poll in order of their scheduled times with distribution and publish jobs handled by seperate sub-processes--since distribution is normally an order of magnitude faster than publishing.
In cases where the program finds no jobs in the queue it will wait a specified amount of time (defaulting to 30 seconds) and then re-poll.
Unlike bric_dist_mon, bric_queued is a stand-alone program that makes no HTTP requests to the Bricolage Apache/mod_perl server. This allows it to to publish and distribute resources in its own process without bogging down the Apache/mod_perl server and therefore its UI.
The username to use for the distribution.
The password for the user specified by the
Specifies a pid file.
Specifies a delay in seconds after finding the queue empty.
Run a single job of
type is one of 'pub' or 'dist'. Implies -verbose.
Turn on verbose mode for debugging.
Specifies a file to which to send debugging information. There is no need to use this option for normal operation since Bricolage stores this information in its database in much greater detail.
Print usage information and exit.
Set this environment variable as usual to indicate where to find the Bricolage libraries.
Mark Jaroski <email@example.com>