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Lock something and keep status in database.

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Lock something and keep status in database.


pip install django-db-lock



Use inside project

import uuid
from django_db_lock import acquire_lock
from django_db_lock import release_lock

def view01(request):
    lock_name = "view01lock"
    worker_name = str(uuid.uuid4())
    timeout = 10
    locked = acquire_lock(lock_name, worker_name, timeout)
    if locked:
            release_lock(lock_name, worker_name)

Use outout project

import requests

def view02(request):
    data = {
        "lock_name": "view02lock",
        "worker_name": str(uuid.uuid4()),
        "timeout": 10,
    response ="http://api.server/system/dblock/acquire-lock", data=data)
    if response["result"]:
  "http://api.server/system/dblock/acquire-lock", data=data)

Application options’ in


    Register LockAdmin in django’s default admin site. Default to False.


    Enable csrf-protect for django-db-lock’s views. Default to False.

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