PHP 5.6.0 released

GearmanWorker::setTimeout

(PECL gearman >= 0.6.0)

GearmanWorker::setTimeoutSet socket I/O activity timeout

Description

public bool GearmanWorker::setTimeout ( int $timeout )

Sets the interval of time to wait for socket I/O activity.

Parameters

timeout

An interval of time in milliseconds. A negative value indicates an infinite timeout.

Return Values

Always returns TRUE.

Examples

Example #1 A simple worker with a 5 second timeout

<?php

echo "Starting\n";

# Create our worker object.
$gmworker= new GearmanWorker();

# Add default server (localhost).
$gmworker->addServer();

# Register function "reverse" with the server.
$gmworker->addFunction("reverse""reverse_fn");

# Set the timeout to 5 seconds
$gmworker->setTimeout(5000);

echo 
"Waiting for job...\n";
while(@
$gmworker->work() || $gmworker->returnCode() == GEARMAN_TIMEOUT)
{
  if (
$gmworker->returnCode() == GEARMAN_TIMEOUT)
  {
    
# Normally one would want to do something useful here ...
    
echo "Timeout. Waiting for next job...\n";
    continue;
  }

  if (
$gmworker->returnCode() != GEARMAN_SUCCESS)
  {
    echo 
"return_code: " $gmworker->returnCode() . "\n";
    break;
  }
}

echo 
"Done\n";

function 
reverse_fn($job)
{
  return 
strrev($job->workload());
}

?>

Running the worker with no submitted jobs will generate output that looks like the following:

Starting
Waiting for job...
Timeout. Waiting for next job...
Timeout. Waiting for next job...
Timeout. Waiting for next job...

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