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celery store backend and kombu transport for redis that supports connections via unix sockets

Project description

This package provides a celery result backend and a kombu transport for Redis using unix sockets instead of TCP.

Usage

Add this to your settings:

BROKER_TRANSPORT = 'celery_redis_unixsocket.broker.Transport'
BROKER_HOST = '/path/to/redis.sock'
BROKER_VHOST = 0

# if redis password is configured:
BROKER_PASSWORD = 'foobar'

And if you want to store results:

CELERY_RESULT_BACKEND = 'redisunixsocket'
CELERY_REDIS_HOST = '/path/to/redis.sock'

CELERY_IGNORE_RESULT = False

# if redis password is configured:
CELERY_REDIS_PASSWORD = 'foobar'

import celery_redis_unixsocket

The import celery_redis_unixsocket is important because it registers redisunixsocket as a result backend.

Note

This code has only been tested with Django.

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