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Lock something and keep status in database.

Project description

django-db-lock

Lock something and keep status in database.

Install

pip install django-db-lock

Usage

pro/settings.py

INSTALLED_APPS = [
    ...
    'django_db_lock',
    'django.contrib.humanize',
    ...
]

DJANGO_DB_LOCK_AUTO_REGISTER_ADMIN = True
DJANGO_DB_LOCK_APP_LABEL = django_db_lock
  • Required.
  • Insert django_db_lock into INSTALLED_APPS.
  • Insert django.contrib.humanize into INSTALLED_APPS to enable the i18n translation.
  • DJANGO_DB_LOCK_AUTO_REGISTER_ADMIN default to True, so that the Lock model's admin site is auto registered.
  • DJANGO_DB_LOCK_APP_LABEL default to django_db_lock, so that the Lock model is registered under django_db_lock. You can change it to any exists app.

pro/urls.py

...
from django.urls import path
from django.urls import include

urlpatterns = [
    ...
    path('system/dblock/', include("django_db_lock.urls")),
    ...
]
  • Optional.
  • Export db-lock services only if you have client programs.

app/views.py

import uuid
from django_db_lock.services import acquire_lock
from django_db_lock.services import release_lock

def view01(request):
    lock_name = "view01lock"
    worker_name = "view01worker"
    timeout = 10
    locked = acquire_lock(lock_name, worker_name, timeout)
    if locked:
        try:
            ....
        finally:
            release_lock(lock_name, worker_name)
    ...

Use it in app without django_db_lock

import requests

def view02(request):
    lock_name = "view02lock"
    worker_name = "view02worker"
    timeout = 10
    response = requests.get("http://api.server/system/dblock/acquireLock", params={"lockName": lock_name, "workerName": worker_name, "timeout": timeout})
    response_data = json.loads(response.content)
    if response_data["result"] == True:
        try:
            ....
        finally:
            requests.get("http://api.server/system/dblock/acquireLock", params={"lockName": lock_name, "workerName": worker_name})
    ...

Releases

v0.3.1 2020/09/01

  • Rename zh_hans to zh_Hans.
  • Fix setup descriptions.

v0.3.0 2020/09/01

  • Add django_db_lock.client.DjangoDbLock.

v0.2.1 2020/08/29

  • Fix setup description.

v0.2.0 2020/08/29

  • Reconstituted.
  • Allow register the Lock model into another app, use setting DJANGO_DB_LOCK_APP_LABEL.
  • Use django-apiview to provides restful API.
  • Use camelStyle parameter format.
  • Add i18n for zh-hans.
  • Incompatible with old releases.

v0.1.1 2018/5/11

  • Fix.

v0.1.0 2018/5/10

  • First release.

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