A [disque](https://github.com/antirez/disque) Python client.
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Under the hood, this used redis-py's HiRedis implementation and switches out
Redis commands with the disque ones.
from disq import Disque
c = Disque() # connects to localhost:7711 by default
c.addjob('queuename', 'body') # takes all ADDJOB arguments
# b'DI... job id ...SQ'
# [[b'queue', b'DI3971f14a850d9e5b3ca5c881e3dd1ba2a34277b505a0SQ', b'body']]
This library is ready to use with single or multi-node clusters. All commands
are implemented except for `QSTAT` and `SCAN`, which don't exist in the disque
### Connection Balancing
As specified in the [disque README][clients], disq directs read and ack
operations (GETJOB, ACKJOB, FASTACK) to whichever member of the cluster it has
received the most jobs from in the last N seconds.
To change the length of the job count window, use the `job_origin_ttl_secs`
argument when creating the disque client.
This code is released under the ASL2.0, see the `LICENSE` file for details.
Enormous thanks to Salvatore Sanfilippo (antirez) for writing
[Andy McCurdy](https://github.com/andymccurdy), author of the
TODO: Brief introduction on what you do with files - including link to relevant help section.