|GEARMAND(1p)||User Contributed Perl Documentation||GEARMAND(1p)|
NAME¶gearmand - Gearman client/worker connector.
DESCRIPTION¶This is the main executable for Gearman::Server. It provides command-line configuration of port numbers, pidfiles, and daemonization.
- --daemonize / -d
- Make the daemon run in the background (good for init.d scripts, bad for running under daemontools/supervise).
- --port=4730 / -p 4730
- Set the port number, defaults to 4730.
- --listen hostname / -L hostname
- Address the server should listen on.
- Write a pidfile when starting up
- Enable debugging (currently the only debug output is when a client or worker connects).
- Number of new connections to accept each time we see a listening socket ready. This doesn't usually need to be tuned by anyone, however in dire circumstances you may need to do it quickly.
- Number of workers to wake up per job inserted into the queue.
Zero (0) is a perfectly acceptable answer, and can be used if you don't care much about job latency. This would bank on the base idea of a worker checking in with the server every so often.
Negative One (-1) indicates that all sleeping workers should be woken up.
All other negative numbers will cause the server to throw exception and not start.
- Time interval before waking up more workers (the value specified by
--wakeup) when jobs are still in the queue.
Zero (0) means go as fast as possible, but not all at the same time. Similar to -1 on --wakeup, but is more cooperative in gearmand's multitasking model.
Negative One (-1) means that this event won't happen, so only the initial workers will be woken up to handle jobs in the queue.
- Display the version and exit.
COPYRIGHT¶Copyright 2005-2007, Danga Interactive
You are granted a license to use it under the same terms as Perl itself.
WARRANTY¶This is free software. IT COMES WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND.
AUTHORS¶Brad Fitzpatrick <email@example.com>
Brad Whitaker <firstname.lastname@example.org>