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:Version: 5.0.2 :Documentation: https://kombu.readthedocs.io/ :Download: https://pypi.org/project/kombu/ :Source: https://github.com/celery/kombu/ :Keywords: messaging, amqp, rabbitmq, redis, mongodb, python, queue

About

Kombu is a messaging library for Python.

The aim of Kombu is to make messaging in Python as easy as possible by providing an idiomatic high-level interface for the AMQ protocol, and also provide proven and tested solutions to common messaging problems.

AMQP_ is the Advanced Message Queuing Protocol, an open standard protocol for message orientation, queuing, routing, reliability and security, for which the RabbitMQ_ messaging server is the most popular implementation.

Features

  • Allows application authors to support several message server solutions by using pluggable transports.

    • AMQP transport using the py-amqp, librabbitmq, or qpid-python_ libraries.

    • High performance AMQP transport written in C - when using librabbitmq_

      This is automatically enabled if librabbitmq is installed:

      ::

      $ pip install librabbitmq

    • Virtual transports makes it really easy to add support for non-AMQP transports. There is already built-in support for Redis, Amazon SQS, ZooKeeper, SoftLayer MQ, MongoDB_ and Pyro_.

    • In-memory transport for unit testing.

  • Supports automatic encoding, serialization and compression of message payloads.

  • Consistent exception handling across transports.

  • The ability to ensure that an operation is performed by gracefully handling connection and channel errors.

  • Several annoyances with amqplib_ has been fixed, like supporting timeouts and the ability to wait for events on more than one channel.

  • Projects already using carrot_ can easily be ported by using a compatibility layer.

For an introduction to AMQP you should read the article Rabbits and warrens, and the Wikipedia article about AMQP.

.. _RabbitMQ: https://www.rabbitmq.com/ .. _AMQP: https://amqp.org .. _py-amqp: https://pypi.org/project/amqp/ .. _qpid-python: https://pypi.org/project/qpid-python/ .. _Redis: https://redis.io .. _Amazon SQS: https://aws.amazon.com/sqs/ .. _Zookeeper: https://zookeeper.apache.org/ .. _Rabbits and warrens: http://web.archive.org/web/20160323134044/http://blogs.digitar.com/jjww/2009/01/rabbits-and-warrens/ .. _amqplib: https://barryp.org/software/py-amqplib/ .. _Wikipedia article about AMQP: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AMQP .. _carrot: https://pypi.org/project/carrot/ .. _librabbitmq: https://pypi.org/project/librabbitmq/ .. _Pyro: https://pyro4.readthedocs.io/ .. _SoftLayer MQ: https://sldn.softlayer.com/reference/messagequeueapi .. _MongoDB: https://www.mongodb.com/

.. _transport-comparison:

Transport Comparison

+---------------+----------+------------+------------+---------------+--------------+-----------------------+ | Client | Type | Direct | Topic | Fanout | Priority | TTL | +---------------+----------+------------+------------+---------------+--------------+-----------------------+ | amqp | Native | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes [#f3]_ | Yes [#f4]_ | +---------------+----------+------------+------------+---------------+--------------+-----------------------+ | qpid | Native | Yes | Yes | Yes | No | No | +---------------+----------+------------+------------+---------------+--------------+-----------------------+ | redis | Virtual | Yes | Yes | Yes (PUB/SUB) | Yes | No | +---------------+----------+------------+------------+---------------+--------------+-----------------------+ | mongodb | Virtual | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | +---------------+----------+------------+------------+---------------+--------------+-----------------------+ | SQS | Virtual | Yes | Yes [#f1]_ | Yes [#f2]_ | No | No | +---------------+----------+------------+------------+---------------+--------------+-----------------------+ | zookeeper | Virtual | Yes | Yes [#f1]_ | No | Yes | No | +---------------+----------+------------+------------+---------------+--------------+-----------------------+ | in-memory | Virtual | Yes | Yes [#f1]_ | No | No | No | +---------------+----------+------------+------------+---------------+--------------+-----------------------+ | SLMQ | Virtual | Yes | Yes [#f1]_ | No | No | No | +---------------+----------+------------+------------+---------------+--------------+-----------------------+ | Pyro | Virtual | Yes | Yes [#f1]_ | No | No | No | +---------------+----------+------------+------------+---------------+--------------+-----------------------+

.. [#f1] Declarations only kept in memory, so exchanges/queues must be declared by all clients that needs them.

.. [#f2] Fanout supported via storing routing tables in SimpleDB. Disabled by default, but can be enabled by using the supports_fanout transport option.

.. [#f3] AMQP Message priority support depends on broker implementation.

.. [#f4] AMQP Message/Queue TTL support depends on broker implementation.

Documentation

Kombu is using Sphinx, and the latest documentation can be found here:

https://kombu.readthedocs.io/

Quick overview

.. code:: python

from kombu import Connection, Exchange, Queue

media_exchange = Exchange('media', 'direct', durable=True)
video_queue = Queue('video', exchange=media_exchange, routing_key='video')

def process_media(body, message):
    print body
    message.ack()

# connections
with Connection('amqp://guest:[email protected]//') as conn:

    # produce
    producer = conn.Producer(serializer='json')
    producer.publish({'name': '/tmp/lolcat1.avi', 'size': 1301013},
                      exchange=media_exchange, routing_key='video',
                      declare=[video_queue])

    # the declare above, makes sure the video queue is declared
    # so that the messages can be delivered.
    # It's a best practice in Kombu to have both publishers and
    # consumers declare the queue. You can also declare the
    # queue manually using:
    #     video_queue(conn).declare()

    # consume
    with conn.Consumer(video_queue, callbacks=[process_media]) as consumer:
        # Process messages and handle events on all channels
        while True:
            conn.drain_events()

# Consume from several queues on the same channel:
video_queue = Queue('video', exchange=media_exchange, key='video')
image_queue = Queue('image', exchange=media_exchange, key='image')

with connection.Consumer([video_queue, image_queue],
                         callbacks=[process_media]) as consumer:
    while True:
        connection.drain_events()

Or handle channels manually:

.. code:: python

with connection.channel() as channel:
    producer = Producer(channel, ...)
    consumer = Producer(channel)

All objects can be used outside of with statements too, just remember to close the objects after use:

.. code:: python

from kombu import Connection, Consumer, Producer

connection = Connection()
    # ...
connection.release()

consumer = Consumer(channel_or_connection, ...)
consumer.register_callback(my_callback)
consumer.consume()
    # ....
consumer.cancel()

Exchange and Queue are simply declarations that can be pickled and used in configuration files etc.

They also support operations, but to do so they need to be bound to a channel.

Binding exchanges and queues to a connection will make it use that connections default channel.

::

>>> exchange = Exchange('tasks', 'direct')

>>> connection = Connection()
>>> bound_exchange = exchange(connection)
>>> bound_exchange.delete()

# the original exchange is not affected, and stays unbound.
>>> exchange.delete()
raise NotBoundError: Can't call delete on Exchange not bound to
    a channel.

Terminology

There are some concepts you should be familiar with before starting:

* Producers

    Producers sends messages to an exchange.

* Exchanges

    Messages are sent to exchanges. Exchanges are named and can be
    configured to use one of several routing algorithms. The exchange
    routes the messages to consumers by matching the routing key in the
    message with the routing key the consumer provides when binding to
    the exchange.

* Consumers

    Consumers declares a queue, binds it to a exchange and receives
    messages from it.

* Queues

    Queues receive messages sent to exchanges. The queues are declared
    by consumers.

* Routing keys

    Every message has a routing key. The interpretation of the routing
    key depends on the exchange type. There are four default exchange
    types defined by the AMQP standard, and vendors can define custom
    types (so see your vendors manual for details).

    These are the default exchange types defined by AMQP/0.8:

        * Direct exchange

            Matches if the routing key property of the message and
            the `routing_key` attribute of the consumer are identical.

        * Fan-out exchange

            Always matches, even if the binding does not have a routing
            key.

        * Topic exchange

            Matches the routing key property of the message by a primitive
            pattern matching scheme. The message routing key then consists
            of words separated by dots (`"."`, like domain names), and
            two special characters are available; star (`"*"`) and hash
            (`"#"`). The star matches any word, and the hash matches
            zero or more words. For example `"*.stock.#"` matches the
            routing keys `"usd.stock"` and `"eur.stock.db"` but not
            `"stock.nasdaq"`.

Installation

You can install Kombu either via the Python Package Index (PyPI) or from source.

To install using pip,:

::

$ pip install kombu

To install using easy_install,:

::

$ easy_install kombu

If you have downloaded a source tarball you can install it by doing the following,:

::

$ python setup.py build
# python setup.py install # as root

Getting Help

Mailing list

Join the celery-users_ mailing list.

.. _celery-users: https://groups.google.com/group/celery-users/

Bug tracker

If you have any suggestions, bug reports or annoyances please report them to our issue tracker at https://github.com/celery/kombu/issues/

Contributing

Development of Kombu happens at Github: https://github.com/celery/kombu

You are highly encouraged to participate in the development. If you don't like Github (for some reason) you're welcome to send regular patches.

License

This software is licensed under the New BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the top distribution directory for the full license text.

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