OOPS DateDir to AMQP republisher.
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The oops_datedir2amqp package provides a script that will retransmit OOPS reports (http://pypi.python.org/pypi/oops) stored in a datedir repo over amqp, cleaning up the repo as it goes.
- Python 2.6+
Install the package in a virtualenv (or similar):
$ virtualenv oops-datedir2amqp $ oops-datedir2amqp/bin/pip install oops-datedir2amqp
Run the script:
$ oops-datedir2amqp/bin/datedir2amqp \ --host XX --username XX --password XX --vhost XX --exchange XX --repo XX
Note that the repo should be the same path you are supplying to your DateDirRepo in whatever process is creating OOPSes.
A common use for this setup is as a fallback: in your application report to AMQP directly, with a DateDirRepo configured as fallback, then use datedir2amqp to pickup and respool any OOPS reports that were generated while your AMQP server is unavailable.
Upstream development takes place at https://launchpad.net/python-oops-datedir2amqp.
To run the tests, use tox.
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