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Source code for celery.bin.beat

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""The :program:`celery beat` command.

.. program:: celery beat

.. seealso::

    See :ref:`preload-options` and :ref:`daemon-options`.

.. cmdoption:: --detach

    Detach and run in the background as a daemon.

.. cmdoption:: -s, --schedule

    Path to the schedule database.  Defaults to `celerybeat-schedule`.
    The extension '.db' may be appended to the filename.
    Default is {default}.

.. cmdoption:: -S, --scheduler

    Scheduler class to use.
    Default is :class:`celery.beat.PersistentScheduler`.

.. cmdoption:: --max-interval

    Max seconds to sleep between schedule iterations.

.. cmdoption:: -f, --logfile

    Path to log file.  If no logfile is specified, `stderr` is used.

.. cmdoption:: -l, --loglevel

    Logging level, choose between `DEBUG`, `INFO`, `WARNING`,
    `ERROR`, `CRITICAL`, or `FATAL`.

.. cmdoption:: --pidfile

    Optional file used to store the process pid.

    The program won't start if this file already exists
    and the pid is still alive.

.. cmdoption:: --uid

    User id, or user name of the user to run as after detaching.

.. cmdoption:: --gid

    Group id, or group name of the main group to change to after

.. cmdoption:: --umask

    Effective umask (in octal) of the process after detaching.  Inherits
    the umask of the parent process by default.

.. cmdoption:: --workdir

    Optional directory to change to after detaching.

.. cmdoption:: --executable

    Executable to use for the detached process.
from __future__ import absolute_import, unicode_literals
from functools import partial
from celery.platforms import detached, maybe_drop_privileges
from celery.bin.base import Command, daemon_options

__all__ = ['beat']

HELP = __doc__

[docs]class beat(Command): """Start the beat periodic task scheduler. Examples: .. code-block:: console $ celery beat -l info $ celery beat -s /var/run/celery/beat-schedule --detach $ celery beat -S django The last example requires the :pypi:`django-celery-beat` extension package found on PyPI. """ doc = HELP enable_config_from_cmdline = True supports_args = False
[docs] def run(self, detach=False, logfile=None, pidfile=None, uid=None, gid=None, umask=None, workdir=None, **kwargs): if not detach: maybe_drop_privileges(uid=uid, gid=gid) kwargs.pop('app', None) beat = partial(, logfile=logfile, pidfile=pidfile, **kwargs) if detach: with detached(logfile, pidfile, uid, gid, umask, workdir): return beat().run() else: return beat().run()
[docs] def add_arguments(self, parser): c = bopts = parser.add_argument_group('Beat Options') bopts.add_argument('--detach', action='store_true', default=False) bopts.add_argument( '-s', '--schedule', default=c.beat_schedule_filename) bopts.add_argument('--max-interval', type=float) bopts.add_argument('-S', '--scheduler') bopts.add_argument('-l', '--loglevel', default='WARN') daemon_options(parser, default_pidfile='') user_options =['beat'] if user_options: uopts = parser.add_argument_group('User Options') self.add_compat_options(uopts, user_options)
def main(app=None): beat(app=app).execute_from_commandline() if __name__ == '__main__': # pragma: no cover main()