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About technical support in Resque

About technical support in Resque

From:
Rodrigo Rodriguez
Date:
2012-02-08 @ 16:28
Hi,

We have been working on a project for one of our clients that uses resque
as the background job processor, however we have been having some strange
problems with it (some Rails modules are not loading from time to time, or
the resque loses the connection with the DB). I don't know if anyone with a
very good experience in Resque may help our client as a consultant to check
if the current implementation is as good as it should be and find some
possible solutions.

Thanks in advance!

best regards,
Rodrigo

Re: [resque] About technical support in Resque

From:
Karl Baum
Date:
2012-02-08 @ 19:08
I am at heroku and i use the following keepliave branch to avoid dropping 
connections.

gem 'resque', :git => 'https://github.com/hone/resque.git', :branch => 'keepalive'

@defunct also mentions the following gist on the resque readme to keep 
mysql connections alive though i dont remember if i have tried it ever:

https://gist.github.com/238999

Hope that helps!




On Feb 8, 2012, at 11:28 AM, Rodrigo Rodriguez wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> We have been working on a project for one of our clients that uses 
resque as the background job processor, however we have been having some 
strange problems with it (some Rails modules are not loading from time to 
time, or the resque loses the connection with the DB). I don't know if 
anyone with a very good experience in Resque may help our client as a 
consultant to check if the current implementation is as good as it should 
be and find some possible solutions.
> 
> Thanks in advance!
> 
> best regards,
> Rodrigo