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Jan
18
1 month ago
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Awarded Best Reply on Delay Batch Jobs

Well, I solved it by creating a delayed job that then creates the batch jobs.

Jan
17
1 month ago
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Replied to Delay Batch Jobs

Well, I guess that is the same as "plan your job 120s later? (It's not always 120s btw)

P.S. How do I close the subject?

Jan
16
1 month ago
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Replied to Delay Batch Jobs

Well, I solved it by creating a delayed job that then creates the batch jobs.

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Replied to Problem With Batch Callbacks

Hmmm, in what loops would that be?

The code is pretty straight forward and very similar to the example in the docs:

        $jobs = [];
	// $recipients is at the moment only 1 item
        foreach ($recipients as $destination) {
            
            $jobs[] = new MasscreationJob($destination);
        }

        
        $batch = Bus::batch($jobs)->then(function(BatchJob $batch) {
            // All jobs completed successfully...
        })->catch(function (BatchJob $batch, Throwable $e) {
            // First batch job failure detected...
            // Notify admin of errors...
            $this->masscreation->status = Masscreation::STATUS_ERRORS;
            $this->masscreation->error_message = $e->getMessage();
            $this->masscreation->save();

        })->finally(function (BatchJob $batch) {
            // The batch has finished executing...
            // Notify admin masscreation is complete
            $this->masscreation->status = Masscreation::STATUS_DONE;
            $this->masscreation->save();

        })->onQueue('batches');

        if (isset($this->masscreation->request_data['name'])) {
            $batch->name($this->masscreation->request_data['name']);
        }

        $batch->dispatch();
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Replied to Problem With Batch Callbacks

Thanks for replying!

I've already set the memory_limit = 2G which should be high enough. Especially when running so small batches. I can't see anything in the docs that this should require extra memory capacity from the server or anything like that. And why are the closures such "memory thieves"?

Jan
15
1 month ago
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Started a new Conversation Problem With Batch Callbacks

I'm having problems with the callbacks for Batch Jobs.

Trying to run a batch job like in the example on https://laravel.com/docs/8.x/queues#dispatching-batches But whenever I add something in the callbacks I get a PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 20480 bytes) in /Users/niklaspalmqvist/git-projects/kupongsupport-laravel/vendor/opis/closure/src/SerializableClosure.php on line 417.

Deleting anything inside then(), catch() or finally() solves the problem but that kinda takes away the benefits of batches.

Testing with just a log statement inside the closures but fails every time.

When testing I'm only running batches with 1-5 jobs in them and they run fine when I run them without callbacks so it shouldn't be a problem.

Anyone else ran in to this problem or has a solution for this?

Dec
29
2 months ago
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Started a new Conversation Delay Batch Jobs

Hi!

Been playing around with Laravel 8 and the Job Batches. I think it's a great function but something that I'm missing is the functionality to delay the jobs as you can on the standard queue jobs (->delay(120)).

Is this not possible at all with Batches or am I missing something here? If not, does anyone have a workaround for this?