Distributed message queue based on Redis
Styx is a simple library that turns a bunch of standalone Redis servers into a powerful distributed queue. The redis servers don’t need any special configuration or even be aware of each other in any way. The messages are loosely ordered. A java version can be found here. The java and python versions are compatible - i.e. messages published by one client can be read by the other client.
pip install styx
#!/usr/bin/env python # encoding: utf-8 import styx # Define the Redis host locations (the default port is 6379) hosts = [ "redis1.example.com", "redis2.example.com:8080", "redis3.example.com" ] connection = styx.Styx(hosts, db=3) # default db is 0 # If a queue doesn't exist, it will be created automatically q = connection.get_queue("myTestQueue") q.put("Hello") q.put("World") q.put("Message1234") q.get() # returns "Hello" q.get() # returns "World" # Check how many messages are left in the queue q.size() # returns 1 # Delete this queue connection.delete_queue(q)
To run unit tests, make sure you have 3 redis instances running on localhost at ports 6700, 6701, 6702.
pip install nose nosetests
Source available on GitHub: http://github.com/abh1nav/styx-python/
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