Optionalclient: ChainableCommander | RedisClient
Moves a job back from Active to Wait. This script is used when a job has been manually rate limited and needs to be moved back to wait from active status.
Looks for unlocked jobs in the active queue.
The job was being worked on, but the worker process died and it failed to renew the lock. We call these jobs 'stalled'. This is the most common case. We resolve these by moving them back to wait to be re-processed. To prevent jobs from cycling endlessly between active and wait, (e.g. if the job handler keeps crashing), we limit the number stalled job recoveries to settings.maxStalledCount.
Move parent job to waiting-children state.
true if job is successfully moved, false if there are pending dependencies.
JobNotExist This exception is thrown if jobId is missing.
JobLockNotExist This exception is thrown if job lock is missing.
JobNotInState This exception is thrown if job is not in active state.
Attempts to reprocess a job
Returns a promise that evaluates to a return code: 1 means the operation was a success 0 means the job does not exist -1 means the job is currently locked and can't be retried. -2 means the job was not found in the expected set
The expected job state. If the job is not found on the provided state, then it's not reprocessed. Supported states: 'failed', 'completed'
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Remove jobs in a specific state.
Id jobs from the deleted records.