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NAME

Minion::Command::minion::job - Minion job command

SYNOPSIS

  Usage: APPLICATION minion job [OPTIONS] [IDS]

    ./myapp.pl minion job
    ./myapp.pl minion job 10023
    ./myapp.pl minion job -w
    ./myapp.pl minion job -w 23
    ./myapp.pl minion job -s
    ./myapp.pl minion job -f 10023
    ./myapp.pl minion job -q important -t foo -S inactive
    ./myapp.pl minion job -e foo -a '[23, "bar"]'
    ./myapp.pl minion job -e foo -P 10023 -P 10024 -p 5 -q important
    ./myapp.pl minion job -R -d 10 10023
    ./myapp.pl minion job --remove 10023
    ./myapp.pl minion job -b jobs -a '[12]'
    ./myapp.pl minion job -b jobs -a '[12]' 23 24 25

  Options:
    -A, --attempts <number>     Number of times performing this new job will be
                                attempted, defaults to 1
    -a, --args <JSON array>     Arguments for new job or worker remote control
                                command in JSON format
    -b, --broadcast <command>   Broadcast remote control command to one or more
                                workers
    -d, --delay <seconds>       Delay new job for this many seconds
    -e, --enqueue <task>        New job to be enqueued
    -f, --foreground            Retry job in "minion_foreground" queue and
                                perform it right away in the foreground (very
                                useful for debugging)
    -h, --help                  Show this summary of available options
        --home <path>           Path to home directory of your application,
                                defaults to the value of MOJO_HOME or
                                auto-detection
    -l, --limit <number>        Number of jobs/workers to show when listing
                                them, defaults to 100
    -m, --mode <name>           Operating mode for your application, defaults to
                                the value of MOJO_MODE/PLACK_ENV or
                                "development"
    -o, --offset <number>       Number of jobs/workers to skip when listing
                                them, defaults to 0
    -P, --parent <id>           One or more jobs the new job depends on
    -p, --priority <number>     Priority of new job, defaults to 0
    -q, --queue <name>          Queue to put new job in, defaults to "default",
                                or list only jobs in this queue
    -R, --retry                 Retry job
        --remove                Remove job
    -S, --state <name>          List only jobs in this state
    -s, --stats                 Show queue statistics
    -t, --task <name>           List only jobs for this task
    -w, --workers               List workers instead of jobs, or show
                                information for a specific worker

DESCRIPTION

Minion::Command::minion::job manages the Minion job queue.

ATTRIBUTES

Minion::Command::minion::job inherits all attributes from Mojolicious::Command and implements the following new ones.

description

  my $description = $job->description;
  $job            = $job->description('Foo');

Short description of this command, used for the command list.

usage

  my $usage = $job->usage;
  $job      = $job->usage('Foo');

Usage information for this command, used for the help screen.

METHODS

Minion::Command::minion::job inherits all methods from Mojolicious::Command and implements the following new ones.

run

  $job->run(@ARGV);

Run this command.

SEE ALSO

Minion, Mojolicious::Guides, http://mojolicious.org.