A dashboard for Dramatiq (Redis-only!).
A dashboard for dramatiq, specific to its Redis broker (sorry RabbitMQ users!). Very alpha stuff.
It comes in the form of a WSGI middleware, with as few dependencies as
redis) so it's super easy to plug
into whatever web application you have.
pip install dramatiq_dashboard
Supporting the Project
If you use and love Dramatiq and want to make sure it gets the love and attention it deserves then you should consider supporting the project. There are three ways in which you can do this right now:
- If you're a company that uses Dramatiq in production then you can get a Tidelift subscription. Doing so will give you an easy route to supporting both Dramatiq and other open source projects that you depend on.
- If you're an individual or a company that doesn't want to go through Tidelift then you can support the project via Patreon.
- If you're a company and neither option works for you and you would like to receive an invoice from me directly then email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let's talk.
Run the dashboard on top of an existing WSGI app
# Assuming at some point you instantiate your app. app = create_wsgi_application() # Import the library, create the middleware and wrap your app with it. import dramatiq_dashboard dashboard_middleware = dramatiq_dashboard.make_wsgi_middleware("/drama") app = dashboard_middleware(app)
Run your app, visit
/drama and you should see the dashboard.
Run the dashboard as a standalone webserver
If you don't want to wrap an existing WSGI app, you can also run the
dashboard as a standalone server. Install the WSGI server of your
choice (e.g. uWSGi, gunicorn, bjoern, etc), setup the Redis broker,
and then start
For example, to serve the dashboard on
bjoern WSGI server and a redis server on
import bjoern import dramatiq from dramatiq.brokers.redis import RedisBroker from dramatiq_dashboard import DashboardApp broker = RedisBroker(host="127.0.0.1", port=6379) dramatiq.set_broker(broker) app = DashboardApp(broker=broker, prefix="") bjoern.run(app, "127.0.0.1", 8080)
Then visit http://127.0.0.1:8080/ to see the running dashboard.
Note that if you use custom queues in your application, they won't be
discovered using this approach. You'll have to either add each one of
them manually to your broker or import and pass your application's
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