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Distributed Task Queue

Task queues are used as a mechanism to distribute work across threads or

A task queue's input is a unit of work, called a task, dedicated worker
processes then constantly monitor the queue for new work to perform.

Celery communicates via messages, usually using a broker to mediate
between clients and workers. To initiate a task a client puts a message
on the queue, the broker then delivers the message to a worker.

A Celery system can consist of multiple workers and brokers, giving way
to high availability and horizontal scaling.

This requires: click-plugins, python3-billiard, python3-dateutil, typing-extensions, python3-kombu, python3-prompt_toolkit, click, tzdata, python3-click-didyoumean, python3-click-repl

Maintained by: Yth - Arnaud
ChangeLog: python3-celery


Source Downloads:
celery-5.3.6.tar.gz (022a40420f56adb9ebba05362f5cc553)

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