Django management command to run multiple rq workers in one command and autoreload.
Django management command for multiple rq workers in one command and autoreload.
This project builds off of [Django RQ](https://github.com/ui/django-rq). Instead of using the command
python manage.py rqworker high default low, you can now run
python manage.py rqworkers high default low.
pip install django-rq-wrapper
Add django_rq_wrapper to your installed apps. Use the management command rqworkers.
### Added command options:
If you need to run multiple workers, you can pass in the --workers flag with the number of workers you want to spawn. If you don’t pass in this flag, the number of workers will default to the environment variable RQ_CONCURRENCY, or 1 if that is not set:
python manage.py rqworkers --workers 5
If you would like to have your workers autoreload the same way django’s runserver autoreloads, use the --autoreload flag:
python manage.py rqworkers --autoreload
rqworkers automatically detects and connects to all RQ_QUEUES in your settings file if no queue is specified.
### Note for Heroku
Add the environment variable RQ_CONCURRENCY to your config with the number of workers appropriate for (your dyno type)[https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/optimizing-dyno-usage#python].
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