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gearman_job_st are passed to worker functions to represent jobs that are being run by gearman_worker_work().
gearman_job_free() is used to free a job. This only needs to be done if a task was created with a preallocated structure.
gearman_job_handle() returns the job handle(see gearman_job_handle_t for more information).
gearman_job_function_name() return the name of the function that the job was set to execute against.
gearman_job_unique() return the unique value that was used for gearman_job_st.
gearman_job_take_workload returns the gearman_job_st workload. The size of it can be determined with gearman_job_workload_size(). gearman_job_take_workload() is the same as gearman_job_workload() with the exception that the result must be free(3) by the caller.
gearman_job_use_client returns a gearman_client_st configured from gearman_job_st. The gearman_client_st can be used to communicate client API commands to the server. You do not, and should not, call gearman_client_free() on the gearman_client_st. It is cleaned up when job is cleaned up.
A value of gearman_return_t is returned. On success that value will be :c:type::GEARMAN_SUCCESS. Use gearman_strerror() to translate this value to a printable string.
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