Source code for arq.worker

import asyncio
import inspect
import logging
import signal
from dataclasses import dataclass
from datetime import datetime, timedelta
from functools import partial
from signal import Signals
from time import time
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING, Any, Callable, Dict, List, Optional, Sequence, Set, Tuple, Union, cast

from pydantic.utils import import_string
from redis.exceptions import ResponseError, WatchError

from arq.cron import CronJob
from import Deserializer, JobResult, SerializationError, Serializer, deserialize_job_raw, serialize_result

from .connections import ArqRedis, RedisSettings, create_pool, log_redis_info
from .constants import (
from .utils import args_to_string, ms_to_datetime, poll, timestamp_ms, to_ms, to_seconds, to_unix_ms, truncate

    from .typing import SecondsTimedelta, StartupShutdown, WorkerCoroutine, WorkerSettingsType  # noqa F401

logger = logging.getLogger('arq.worker')
no_result = object()

class Function:
    name: str
    coroutine: 'WorkerCoroutine'
    timeout_s: Optional[float]
    keep_result_s: Optional[float]
    keep_result_forever: Optional[bool]
    max_tries: Optional[int]

[docs]def func( coroutine: Union[str, Function, 'WorkerCoroutine'], *, name: Optional[str] = None, keep_result: Optional['SecondsTimedelta'] = None, timeout: Optional['SecondsTimedelta'] = None, keep_result_forever: Optional[bool] = None, max_tries: Optional[int] = None, ) -> Function: """ Wrapper for a job function which lets you configure more settings. :param coroutine: coroutine function to call, can be a string to import :param name: name for function, if None, ``coroutine.__qualname__`` is used :param keep_result: duration to keep the result for, if 0 the result is not kept :param keep_result_forever: whether to keep results forever, if None use Worker default, wins over ``keep_result`` :param timeout: maximum time the job should take :param max_tries: maximum number of tries allowed for the function, use 1 to prevent retrying """ if isinstance(coroutine, Function): return coroutine if isinstance(coroutine, str): name = name or coroutine coroutine_: 'WorkerCoroutine' = import_string(coroutine) else: coroutine_ = coroutine assert asyncio.iscoroutinefunction(coroutine_), f'{coroutine_} is not a coroutine function' timeout = to_seconds(timeout) keep_result = to_seconds(keep_result) return Function(name or coroutine_.__qualname__, coroutine_, timeout, keep_result, keep_result_forever, max_tries)
[docs]class Retry(RuntimeError): """ Special exception to retry the job (if ``max_retries`` hasn't been reached). :param defer: duration to wait before rerunning the job """ def __init__(self, defer: Optional['SecondsTimedelta'] = None): self.defer_score: Optional[int] = to_ms(defer) def __repr__(self) -> str: return f'<Retry defer {(self.defer_score or 0) / 1000:0.2f}s>' def __str__(self) -> str: return repr(self)
class JobExecutionFailed(RuntimeError): def __eq__(self, other: Any) -> bool: if isinstance(other, JobExecutionFailed): return self.args == other.args return False class FailedJobs(RuntimeError): def __init__(self, count: int, job_results: List[JobResult]): self.count = count self.job_results = job_results def __str__(self) -> str: if self.count == 1 and self.job_results: exc = self.job_results[0].result return f'1 job failed {exc!r}' else: return f'{self.count} jobs failed:\n' + '\n'.join(repr(r.result) for r in self.job_results) def __repr__(self) -> str: return f'<{str(self)}>' class RetryJob(RuntimeError): pass
[docs]class Worker: """ Main class for running jobs. :param functions: list of functions to register, can either be raw coroutine functions or the result of :func:`arq.worker.func`. :param queue_name: queue name to get jobs from :param cron_jobs: list of cron jobs to run, use :func:`arq.cron.cron` to create them :param redis_settings: settings for creating a redis connection :param redis_pool: existing redis pool, generally None :param burst: whether to stop the worker once all jobs have been run :param on_startup: coroutine function to run at startup :param on_shutdown: coroutine function to run at shutdown :param on_job_start: coroutine function to run on job start :param on_job_end: coroutine function to run on job end :param handle_signals: default true, register signal handlers, set to false when running inside other async framework :param max_jobs: maximum number of jobs to run at a time :param job_timeout: default job timeout (max run time) :param keep_result: default duration to keep job results for :param keep_result_forever: whether to keep results forever :param poll_delay: duration between polling the queue for new jobs :param queue_read_limit: the maximum number of jobs to pull from the queue each time it's polled. By default it equals ``max_jobs`` * 5, or 100; whichever is higher. :param max_tries: default maximum number of times to retry a job :param health_check_interval: how often to set the health check key :param health_check_key: redis key under which health check is set :param ctx: dictionary to hold extra user defined state :param retry_jobs: whether to retry jobs on Retry or CancelledError or not :param allow_abort_jobs: whether to abort jobs on a call to :func:`` :param max_burst_jobs: the maximum number of jobs to process in burst mode (disabled with negative values) :param job_serializer: a function that serializes Python objects to bytes, defaults to pickle.dumps :param job_deserializer: a function that deserializes bytes into Python objects, defaults to pickle.loads """ def __init__( self, functions: Sequence[Union[Function, 'WorkerCoroutine']] = (), *, queue_name: Optional[str] = default_queue_name, cron_jobs: Optional[Sequence[CronJob]] = None, redis_settings: RedisSettings = None, redis_pool: ArqRedis = None, burst: bool = False, on_startup: Optional['StartupShutdown'] = None, on_shutdown: Optional['StartupShutdown'] = None, on_job_start: Optional['StartupShutdown'] = None, on_job_end: Optional['StartupShutdown'] = None, handle_signals: bool = True, max_jobs: int = 10, job_timeout: 'SecondsTimedelta' = 300, keep_result: 'SecondsTimedelta' = 3600, keep_result_forever: bool = False, poll_delay: 'SecondsTimedelta' = 0.5, queue_read_limit: Optional[int] = None, max_tries: int = 5, health_check_interval: 'SecondsTimedelta' = 3600, health_check_key: Optional[str] = None, ctx: Optional[Dict[Any, Any]] = None, retry_jobs: bool = True, allow_abort_jobs: bool = False, max_burst_jobs: int = -1, job_serializer: Optional[Serializer] = None, job_deserializer: Optional[Deserializer] = None, ): self.functions: Dict[str, Union[Function, CronJob]] = { f for f in map(func, functions)} if queue_name is None: if redis_pool is not None: queue_name = redis_pool.default_queue_name else: raise ValueError('If queue_name is absent, redis_pool must be present.') self.queue_name = queue_name self.cron_jobs: List[CronJob] = [] if cron_jobs is not None: assert all(isinstance(cj, CronJob) for cj in cron_jobs), 'cron_jobs, must be instances of CronJob' self.cron_jobs = list(cron_jobs) self.functions.update({ cj for cj in self.cron_jobs}) assert len(self.functions) > 0, 'at least one function or cron_job must be registered' self.burst = burst self.on_startup = on_startup self.on_shutdown = on_shutdown self.on_job_start = on_job_start self.on_job_end = on_job_end self.sem = asyncio.BoundedSemaphore(max_jobs) self.job_timeout_s = to_seconds(job_timeout) self.keep_result_s = to_seconds(keep_result) self.keep_result_forever = keep_result_forever self.poll_delay_s = to_seconds(poll_delay) self.queue_read_limit = queue_read_limit or max(max_jobs * 5, 100) self._queue_read_offset = 0 self.max_tries = max_tries self.health_check_interval = to_seconds(health_check_interval) if health_check_key is None: self.health_check_key = self.queue_name + health_check_key_suffix else: self.health_check_key = health_check_key self._pool = redis_pool if self._pool is None: self.redis_settings: Optional[RedisSettings] = redis_settings or RedisSettings() else: self.redis_settings = None # self.tasks holds references to run_job coroutines currently running self.tasks: Dict[str, asyncio.Task[Any]] = {} # self.job_tasks holds references the actual jobs running self.job_tasks: Dict[str, asyncio.Task[Any]] = {} self.main_task: Optional[asyncio.Task[None]] = None self.loop = asyncio.get_event_loop() self.ctx = ctx or {} max_timeout = max(f.timeout_s or self.job_timeout_s for f in self.functions.values()) self.in_progress_timeout_s = (max_timeout or 0) + 10 self.jobs_complete = 0 self.jobs_retried = 0 self.jobs_failed = 0 self._last_health_check: float = 0 self._last_health_check_log: Optional[str] = None self._handle_signals = handle_signals if self._handle_signals: self._add_signal_handler(signal.SIGINT, self.handle_sig) self._add_signal_handler(signal.SIGTERM, self.handle_sig) self.on_stop: Optional[Callable[[Signals], None]] = None # whether or not to retry jobs on Retry and CancelledError self.retry_jobs = retry_jobs self.allow_abort_jobs = allow_abort_jobs self.aborting_tasks: Set[str] = set() self.max_burst_jobs = max_burst_jobs self.job_serializer = job_serializer self.job_deserializer = job_deserializer
[docs] def run(self) -> None: """ Sync function to run the worker, finally closes worker connections. """ self.main_task = self.loop.create_task(self.main()) try: self.loop.run_until_complete(self.main_task) except asyncio.CancelledError: # pragma: no cover # happens on shutdown, fine pass finally: self.loop.run_until_complete(self.close())
[docs] async def async_run(self) -> None: """ Asynchronously run the worker, does not close connections. Useful when testing. """ self.main_task = self.loop.create_task(self.main()) await self.main_task
[docs] async def run_check(self, retry_jobs: Optional[bool] = None, max_burst_jobs: Optional[int] = None) -> int: """ Run :func:`arq.worker.Worker.async_run`, check for failed jobs and raise :class:`arq.worker.FailedJobs` if any jobs have failed. :return: number of completed jobs """ if retry_jobs is not None: self.retry_jobs = retry_jobs if max_burst_jobs is not None: self.max_burst_jobs = max_burst_jobs await self.async_run() if self.jobs_failed: failed_job_results = [r for r in await self.pool.all_job_results() if not r.success] raise FailedJobs(self.jobs_failed, failed_job_results) else: return self.jobs_complete
@property def pool(self) -> ArqRedis: return cast(ArqRedis, self._pool) async def main(self) -> None: if self._pool is None: self._pool = await create_pool( self.redis_settings, job_deserializer=self.job_deserializer, job_serializer=self.job_serializer, default_queue_name=self.queue_name, )'Starting worker for %d functions: %s', len(self.functions), ', '.join(self.functions)) await log_redis_info(self.pool, self.ctx['redis'] = self.pool if self.on_startup: await self.on_startup(self.ctx) async for _ in poll(self.poll_delay_s): # noqa F841 await self._poll_iteration() if self.burst: if 0 <= self.max_burst_jobs <= self._jobs_started(): await asyncio.gather(*self.tasks.values()) return None queued_jobs = await self.pool.zcard(self.queue_name) if queued_jobs == 0: await asyncio.gather(*self.tasks.values()) return None async def _poll_iteration(self) -> None: """ Get ids of pending jobs from the main queue sorted-set data structure and start those jobs, remove any finished tasks from self.tasks. """ count = self.queue_read_limit if self.burst and self.max_burst_jobs >= 0: burst_jobs_remaining = self.max_burst_jobs - self._jobs_started() if burst_jobs_remaining < 1: return count = min(burst_jobs_remaining, count) async with self.sem: # don't bother with zrangebyscore until we have "space" to run the jobs now = timestamp_ms() job_ids = await self.pool.zrangebyscore( self.queue_name, min=float('-inf'), start=self._queue_read_offset, num=count, max=now ) await self.start_jobs(job_ids) if self.allow_abort_jobs: await self._cancel_aborted_jobs() for job_id, t in list(self.tasks.items()): if t.done(): del self.tasks[job_id] # required to make sure errors in run_job get propagated t.result() await self.heart_beat() async def _cancel_aborted_jobs(self) -> None: """ Go through job_ids in the abort_jobs_ss sorted set and cancel those tasks. """ async with self.pool.pipeline(transaction=True) as pipe: pipe.zrange(abort_jobs_ss, start=0, end=-1) pipe.zremrangebyscore(abort_jobs_ss, min=timestamp_ms() + abort_job_max_age, max=float('inf')) abort_job_ids, _ = await pipe.execute() aborted: Set[str] = set() for job_id_bytes in abort_job_ids: job_id = job_id_bytes.decode() try: task = self.job_tasks[job_id] except KeyError: pass else: aborted.add(job_id) task.cancel() if aborted: self.aborting_tasks.update(aborted) await self.pool.zrem(abort_jobs_ss, *aborted)
[docs] async def start_jobs(self, job_ids: List[bytes]) -> None: """ For each job id, get the job definition, check it's not running and start it in a task """ for job_id_b in job_ids: await self.sem.acquire() job_id = job_id_b.decode() in_progress_key = in_progress_key_prefix + job_id async with self.pool.pipeline(transaction=True) as pipe: await ongoing_exists = await pipe.exists(in_progress_key) score = await pipe.zscore(self.queue_name, job_id) if ongoing_exists or not score: # job already started elsewhere, or already finished and removed from queue self.sem.release() logger.debug('job %s already running elsewhere', job_id) continue pipe.multi() pipe.psetex(in_progress_key, int(self.in_progress_timeout_s * 1000), b'1') try: await pipe.execute() except (ResponseError, WatchError): # job already started elsewhere since we got 'existing' self.sem.release() logger.debug('multi-exec error, job %s already started elsewhere', job_id) else: t = self.loop.create_task(self.run_job(job_id, score)) t.add_done_callback(lambda _: self.sem.release()) self.tasks[job_id] = t
async def run_job(self, job_id: str, score: int) -> None: # noqa: C901 start_ms = timestamp_ms() async with self.pool.pipeline(transaction=True) as pipe: pipe.get(job_key_prefix + job_id) pipe.incr(retry_key_prefix + job_id) pipe.expire(retry_key_prefix + job_id, 88400) if self.allow_abort_jobs: pipe.zrem(abort_jobs_ss, job_id) v, job_try, _, abort_job = await pipe.execute() else: v, job_try, _ = await pipe.execute() abort_job = False function_name, enqueue_time_ms = '<unknown>', 0 args: Tuple[Any, ...] = () kwargs: Dict[Any, Any] = {} async def job_failed(exc: BaseException) -> None: self.jobs_failed += 1 result_data_ = serialize_result( function=function_name, args=args, kwargs=kwargs, job_try=job_try, enqueue_time_ms=enqueue_time_ms, success=False, result=exc, start_ms=start_ms, finished_ms=timestamp_ms(), ref=f'{job_id}:{function_name}', serializer=self.job_serializer, queue_name=self.queue_name, ) await asyncio.shield(self.finish_failed_job(job_id, result_data_)) if not v: logger.warning('job %s expired', job_id) return await job_failed(JobExecutionFailed('job expired')) try: function_name, args, kwargs, enqueue_job_try, enqueue_time_ms = deserialize_job_raw( v, deserializer=self.job_deserializer ) except SerializationError as e: logger.exception('deserializing job %s failed', job_id) return await job_failed(e) if abort_job: t = (timestamp_ms() - enqueue_time_ms) / 1000'%6.2fs ⊘ %s:%s aborted before start', t, job_id, function_name) return await job_failed(asyncio.CancelledError()) try: function: Union[Function, CronJob] = self.functions[function_name] except KeyError: logger.warning('job %s, function %r not found', job_id, function_name) return await job_failed(JobExecutionFailed(f'function {function_name!r} not found')) if hasattr(function, 'next_run'): # cron_job ref = function_name keep_in_progress: Optional[float] = keep_cronjob_progress else: ref = f'{job_id}:{function_name}' keep_in_progress = None if enqueue_job_try and enqueue_job_try > job_try: job_try = enqueue_job_try await self.pool.setex(retry_key_prefix + job_id, 88400, str(job_try)) max_tries = self.max_tries if function.max_tries is None else function.max_tries if job_try > max_tries: t = (timestamp_ms() - enqueue_time_ms) / 1000 logger.warning('%6.2fs ! %s max retries %d exceeded', t, ref, max_tries) self.jobs_failed += 1 result_data = serialize_result( function_name, args, kwargs, job_try, enqueue_time_ms, False, JobExecutionFailed(f'max {max_tries} retries exceeded'), start_ms, timestamp_ms(), ref, self.queue_name, serializer=self.job_serializer, ) return await asyncio.shield(self.finish_failed_job(job_id, result_data)) result = no_result exc_extra = None finish = False timeout_s = self.job_timeout_s if function.timeout_s is None else function.timeout_s incr_score: Optional[int] = None job_ctx = { 'job_id': job_id, 'job_try': job_try, 'enqueue_time': ms_to_datetime(enqueue_time_ms), 'score': score, } ctx = {**self.ctx, **job_ctx} if self.on_job_start: await self.on_job_start(ctx) start_ms = timestamp_ms() success = False try: s = args_to_string(args, kwargs) extra = f' try={job_try}' if job_try > 1 else '' if (start_ms - score) > 1200: extra += f' delayed={(start_ms - score) / 1000:0.2f}s''%6.2fs → %s(%s)%s', (start_ms - enqueue_time_ms) / 1000, ref, s, extra) self.job_tasks[job_id] = task = self.loop.create_task(function.coroutine(ctx, *args, **kwargs)) # run repr(result) and extra inside try/except as they can raise exceptions try: result = await asyncio.wait_for(task, timeout_s) except (Exception, asyncio.CancelledError) as e: exc_extra = getattr(e, 'extra', None) if callable(exc_extra): exc_extra = exc_extra() raise else: result_str = '' if result is None else truncate(repr(result)) finally: del self.job_tasks[job_id] except (Exception, asyncio.CancelledError) as e: finished_ms = timestamp_ms() t = (finished_ms - start_ms) / 1000 if self.retry_jobs and isinstance(e, Retry): incr_score = e.defer_score'%6.2fs ↻ %s retrying job in %0.2fs', t, ref, (e.defer_score or 0) / 1000) if e.defer_score: incr_score = e.defer_score + (timestamp_ms() - score) self.jobs_retried += 1 elif job_id in self.aborting_tasks and isinstance(e, asyncio.CancelledError):'%6.2fs ⊘ %s aborted', t, ref) result = e finish = True self.aborting_tasks.remove(job_id) self.jobs_failed += 1 elif self.retry_jobs and isinstance(e, (asyncio.CancelledError, RetryJob)):'%6.2fs ↻ %s cancelled, will be run again', t, ref) self.jobs_retried += 1 else: logger.exception( '%6.2fs ! %s failed, %s: %s', t, ref, e.__class__.__name__, e, extra={'extra': exc_extra} ) result = e finish = True self.jobs_failed += 1 else: success = True finished_ms = timestamp_ms()'%6.2fs ← %s%s', (finished_ms - start_ms) / 1000, ref, result_str) finish = True self.jobs_complete += 1 keep_result_forever = ( self.keep_result_forever if function.keep_result_forever is None else function.keep_result_forever ) result_timeout_s = self.keep_result_s if function.keep_result_s is None else function.keep_result_s result_data = None if result is not no_result and (keep_result_forever or result_timeout_s > 0): result_data = serialize_result( function_name, args, kwargs, job_try, enqueue_time_ms, success, result, start_ms, finished_ms, ref, self.queue_name, serializer=self.job_serializer, ) if self.on_job_end: await self.on_job_end(ctx) await asyncio.shield( self.finish_job( job_id, finish, result_data, result_timeout_s, keep_result_forever, incr_score, keep_in_progress, ) ) async def finish_job( self, job_id: str, finish: bool, result_data: Optional[bytes], result_timeout_s: Optional[float], keep_result_forever: bool, incr_score: Optional[int], keep_in_progress: Optional[float], ) -> None: async with self.pool.pipeline(transaction=True) as tr: delete_keys = [] in_progress_key = in_progress_key_prefix + job_id if keep_in_progress is None: delete_keys += [in_progress_key] else: tr.pexpire(in_progress_key, to_ms(keep_in_progress)) if finish: if result_data: expire = None if keep_result_forever else result_timeout_s tr.set(result_key_prefix + job_id, result_data, px=to_ms(expire)) delete_keys += [retry_key_prefix + job_id, job_key_prefix + job_id] tr.zrem(abort_jobs_ss, job_id) tr.zrem(self.queue_name, job_id) elif incr_score: tr.zincrby(self.queue_name, incr_score, job_id) if delete_keys: tr.delete(*delete_keys) await tr.execute() async def finish_failed_job(self, job_id: str, result_data: Optional[bytes]) -> None: async with self.pool.pipeline(transaction=True) as tr: tr.delete( retry_key_prefix + job_id, in_progress_key_prefix + job_id, job_key_prefix + job_id, ) tr.zrem(abort_jobs_ss, job_id) tr.zrem(self.queue_name, job_id) # result_data would only be None if serializing the result fails keep_result = self.keep_result_forever or self.keep_result_s > 0 if result_data is not None and keep_result: # pragma: no branch expire = 0 if self.keep_result_forever else self.keep_result_s tr.set(result_key_prefix + job_id, result_data, px=to_ms(expire)) await tr.execute() async def heart_beat(self) -> None: now = await self.record_health() cron_window_size = max(self.poll_delay_s, 0.5) # Clamp the cron delay to 0.5 await self.run_cron(now, cron_window_size) async def run_cron(self, n: datetime, delay: float, num_windows: int = 2) -> None: job_futures = set() cron_delay = timedelta(seconds=delay * num_windows) this_hb_cutoff = n + cron_delay for cron_job in self.cron_jobs: if cron_job.next_run is None: if cron_job.run_at_startup: cron_job.next_run = n else: cron_job.calculate_next(n) # This isn't getting run this iteration in any case. continue # We queue up the cron if the next execution time is in the next # delay * num_windows (by default 0.5 * 2 = 1 second). if cron_job.next_run < this_hb_cutoff: if cron_job.job_id: job_id: Optional[str] = cron_job.job_id else: job_id = f'{}:{to_unix_ms(cron_job.next_run)}' if cron_job.unique else None job_futures.add( self.pool.enqueue_job(, _job_id=job_id, _queue_name=self.queue_name, _defer_until=cron_job.next_run ) ) cron_job.calculate_next(cron_job.next_run) job_futures and await asyncio.gather(*job_futures) async def record_health(self) -> None: now_ts = time() if (now_ts - self._last_health_check) < self.health_check_interval: return self._last_health_check = now_ts pending_tasks = sum(not t.done() for t in self.tasks.values()) queued = await self.pool.zcard(self.queue_name) info = ( f'{ %H:%M:%S} j_complete={self.jobs_complete} j_failed={self.jobs_failed} ' f'j_retried={self.jobs_retried} j_ongoing={pending_tasks} queued={queued}' ) await self.pool.psetex(self.health_check_key, int((self.health_check_interval + 1) * 1000), info.encode()) log_suffix = info[info.index('j_complete=') :] if self._last_health_check_log and log_suffix != self._last_health_check_log:'recording health: %s', info) self._last_health_check_log = log_suffix elif not self._last_health_check_log: self._last_health_check_log = log_suffix def _add_signal_handler(self, signum: Signals, handler: Callable[[Signals], None]) -> None: try: self.loop.add_signal_handler(signum, partial(handler, signum)) except NotImplementedError: # pragma: no cover logger.debug('Windows does not support adding a signal handler to an eventloop') def _jobs_started(self) -> int: return self.jobs_complete + self.jobs_retried + self.jobs_failed + len(self.tasks) def handle_sig(self, signum: Signals) -> None: sig = Signals(signum) 'shutdown on %s%d jobs complete ◆ %d failed ◆ %d retries ◆ %d ongoing to cancel',, self.jobs_complete, self.jobs_failed, self.jobs_retried, len(self.tasks), ) for t in self.tasks.values(): if not t.done(): t.cancel() self.main_task and self.main_task.cancel() self.on_stop and self.on_stop(sig) async def close(self) -> None: if not self._handle_signals: self.handle_sig(signal.SIGUSR1) if not self._pool: return await asyncio.gather(*self.tasks.values()) await self.pool.delete(self.health_check_key) if self.on_shutdown: await self.on_shutdown(self.ctx) await self.pool.close(close_connection_pool=True) self._pool = None def __repr__(self) -> str: return ( f'<Worker j_complete={self.jobs_complete} j_failed={self.jobs_failed} j_retried={self.jobs_retried} ' f'j_ongoing={sum(not t.done() for t in self.tasks.values())}>' )
def get_kwargs(settings_cls: 'WorkerSettingsType') -> Dict[str, NameError]: worker_args = set(inspect.signature(Worker).parameters.keys()) d = settings_cls if isinstance(settings_cls, dict) else settings_cls.__dict__ return {k: v for k, v in d.items() if k in worker_args} def create_worker(settings_cls: 'WorkerSettingsType', **kwargs: Any) -> Worker: return Worker(**{**get_kwargs(settings_cls), **kwargs}) # type: ignore def run_worker(settings_cls: 'WorkerSettingsType', **kwargs: Any) -> Worker: worker = create_worker(settings_cls, **kwargs) return worker async def async_check_health( redis_settings: Optional[RedisSettings], health_check_key: Optional[str] = None, queue_name: Optional[str] = None ) -> int: redis_settings = redis_settings or RedisSettings() redis: ArqRedis = await create_pool(redis_settings) queue_name = queue_name or default_queue_name health_check_key = health_check_key or (queue_name + health_check_key_suffix) data = await redis.get(health_check_key) if not data: logger.warning('Health check failed: no health check sentinel value found') r = 1 else:'Health check successful: %s', data) r = 0 await redis.close(close_connection_pool=True) return r def check_health(settings_cls: 'WorkerSettingsType') -> int: """ Run a health check on the worker and return the appropriate exit code. :return: 0 if successful, 1 if not """ cls_kwargs = get_kwargs(settings_cls) redis_settings = cast(Optional[RedisSettings], cls_kwargs.get('redis_settings')) health_check_key = cast(Optional[str], cls_kwargs.get('health_check_key')) queue_name = cast(Optional[str], cls_kwargs.get('queue_name')) return, health_check_key, queue_name))