terence.bodola at cbsparamount
May 29, 2008, 7:39 AM
Post #4 of 11
i suppose i don't understand the croning of bric_queued, as it appears to be a daemon that polls every 30 seconds
the last post (by david) i see in that list thread he seems to indicate he isn't sure if you could cron bric_dis_mon to run regularly when you are setup in queued mode (running bric_queued as a daemon?)
i am assuming i could spool up multiple instances of the bric_queued daemon to try to fight the fifo nature of the queue?
terence.bodola [at] cbsparamount
From: Phillip Smith [mailto:phillip [at] communitybandwidth]
Sent: Thu 5/29/2008 6:49 AM
To: users [at] lists
Subject: Re: cover date and future publish
Hey there Terence,
There are a couple of ways to do this, which are outlined here:
In short, you'll need to choose the distribution method: either
bric_queued or bric_dist_mon
Then you'll need to set the appropriate directive in the
bricolage.conf file and restart Bricolage.
The bric_queued needs to be run as an aggressive cron job (IIRC), and
that will clear out the job queue regularly.
If you want to publish immediately _and_ set jobs to be published in
the future, I think you'll need to rely on the bric_dist_mon, which
monitors the queue vs. running as a cron job (again, IIRC).
Hope that helps a bit.
On 28-May-08, at 11:23 PM, bodola, terence wrote:
> if i set a future date in the cover date and check in and publish
> the asset is published immediately, regardless of if in queued mode
> or default
> if i have bric in queued mode and i check a story in to the publish
> desk with same future date it just sits there idle as the date
> passes...i guess b/c it's not in the jobs queue and bric_queued just
> watches the jobs queue
> is there a way to do this? do i need to setup some kind of poller
> to watch the publish desk?
> can i have check in and publish throw to the jobs queue with future
> date for publish somehow?
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