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Krakow

"KRAKOW! KRAKOW! Two direct hits!"

Spiff

require 'krakow'

producer = Krakow::Producer.new(
  :host => 'HOST',
  :port => 'PORT',
  :topic => 'target'
)
producer.write('KRAKOW!', 'KRAKOW!')

Zargons

require 'krakow'

consumer = Krakow::Consumer.new(
  :nsqlookupd => 'http://HOST:PORT',
  :topic => 'target',
  :channel => 'ship'
)

consumer.queue.size # => 2
2.times do
  msg = consumer.queue.pop
  puts "Received: #{msg}"
  consumer.confirm(msg.message_id)
end

What is this?

It's a Ruby library for NSQ using Celluloid under the hood.

Information and FAQ that I totally made up

Max in flight for consumers is 1, regardless of number of producers

Yep, that's right. Just one lowly message at a time. And that's probably not what you want, so adjust it when you create your consumer instance.

require 'krakow'

consumer = Krakow::Consumer.new(
  :nsqlookupd => 'http://HOST:PORT',
  :topic => 'target',
  :channel => 'ship',
  :max_in_flight => 30
)

Clean up after yourself

Since Celluloid is in use under the hood, and the main interaction points are Actors (Consumer and Producer) you'll need to be sure you clean up. This simply means terminating the instance (since falling out of scope will not cause it to be garbage collected).

consumer = Krakow::Consumer.new(
  :nsqlookupd => 'http://HOST:PORT',
  :topic => 'target',
  :channel => 'ship',
  :max_in_flight => 30
)

# do stuff

consumer.terminate

Please make it shutup!

Sure:

Krakow::Utils::Logging.level = :warn # :debug / :info / :warn / :error / :fatal

Why is it forcing something called an "unready state"?

Because forcing starvation is mean. We don't want to be mean, so we'll ensure we are consuming from all registered connections.

I just want to connect to a producer, not a lookup service

Fine!

consumer = Krakow::Consumer.new(
  :host => 'HOST',
  :port => 'PORT',
  :topic => 'target',
  :channel => 'ship',
  :max_in_flight => 30
)

Great for testing, but you really should use the lookup service in the "real world"

Backoff support

NSQ has this backoff notion. It's pretty swell. Basically, if messages from a specific producer get re-queued (fail), then message consumption from that producer is halted, and slowly ramped back up. It gives time for downstream issues to work themselves out, if possible, instead of just keeping the firehose of gasoline on. Neat.

By default backoff support is disabled. It can be enabled by setting the :backoff_interval when constructing the Consumer. The interval is in seconds (and yes, floats are allowed for sub-second intervals):

consumer = Krakow::Consumer.new(
  :nsqlookupd => 'http://HOST:PORT',
  :topic => 'target',
  :channel => 'ship',
  :max_in_flight => 30,
  :backoff_interval => 1
)

I need TLS!

OK!

consumer = Krakow::Consumer.new(
  :nsqlookupd => 'http://HOST:PORT',
  :topic => 'target',
  :channel => 'ship',
  :connection_options => {
    :features => {
      :tls_v1 => true
    }
  }
)

I need Snappy compression!

OK!

consumer = Krakow::Consumer.new(
  :nsqlookupd => 'http://HOST:PORT',
  :topic => 'target',
  :channel => 'ship',
  :connection_options => {
    :features => {
      :snappy => true
    }
  }
)

NOTE: snappy support requires the snappy gem and is not provided by default, so you will need to ensure it is installed either on the system, or within the bundle.

I need Deflate compression!

OK!

consumer = Krakow::Consumer.new(
  :nsqlookupd => 'http://HOST:PORT',
  :topic => 'target',
  :channel => 'ship',
  :connection_options => {
    :features => {
      :deflate => true
    }
  }
)

I want to use TLS based authentication!

OK!

consumer = Krakow::Consumer.new(
  :nsqlookupd => 'http://HOST:PORT',
  :topic => 'target',
  :channel => 'ship',
  :connection_options => {
    :features => {
      :tls_v1 => true
    },
    :config => {
      :ssl_context => {
        :certificate => '/path/to/cert',
        :key => '/path/to/key'
      }
    }
  }
)

Running the tests

Run them all!

bundle exec ruby test/run.rb

Or, run part of them:

bundle exec ruby test/specs/consumer_spec.rb

NOTE: the specs expect that nsqd and nsqlookupd are available in $PATH

It doesn't work

Create an issue on the github repository

It doesn't do x

Create an issue, or even better, send a PR.

Info

Contributors

  • Pete Hopkins (@phopkins)
  • Sam Phillips (@i2amsam)
  • Brendan Schwartz (@bschwartz)
  • Thomas Holmes (@thomas-holmes)
  • Jeremy Hinegardner (@copiousfreetime)