Runtasktic is a fantastic command-line task management tool for execution of regular long sequential or parallel tasks.
There are often tasks that we repeat several times in predefined orders. Some of these tasks can take time and we would like to be notified when it ends. This is why this project exists.
Describe your tasks in a YAML file, execute all of them with runtasktic in foreground or background. Configure the notification system, and be notified at the end of each task or when they are all finished.
When should I need runtasktic ?
- when you have a redundant long running task list
- when you need a notification after a long task completion
runtasktic 0.2.0 Jones Magloire @Joxit Command-line task management tool for execution of regular long sequential or parallel tasks. USAGE: runtasktic <SUBCOMMAND> FLAGS: -h, --help Prints help information -V, --version Prints version information SUBCOMMANDS: dot Export the configuration to a graph (needs graphviz/dot) exec Execute a single command with notification help Prints this message or the help of the given subcommand(s) run Run tasks
Run: all tasks of a configuration file
runtasktic-run 0.2.0 Run tasks USAGE: runtasktic run [FLAGS] <config> FLAGS: -b, --background Run the task in background -h, --help Prints help information -V, --version Prints version information ARGS: <config> Configuration path (YAML)
Exec: Simple command, just like nohup with notification
runtasktic-exec 0.2.0 Execute a single command with notification USAGE: runtasktic exec [FLAGS] [OPTIONS] [command]... FLAGS: -b, --background Exec the command in background -h, --help Prints help information -V, --version Prints version information OPTIONS: -c, --config <config> Configuration path (YAML) ARGS: <command>... Command to execute
Dot: Create a graph using graphviz of your configuration file
runtasktic-dot 0.2.0 Export the configuration to a graph (needs graphviz/dot) USAGE: runtasktic dot <config> <image> FLAGS: -h, --help Prints help information -V, --version Prints version information ARGS: <config> Path of the configuration file to visualize <image> Path for the image. `dot` command is required
tasks: a: # The id of the task commands: # Commands to execute, they must exist with a 0 exit code - echo Begin a - sleep 0.5 - echo End a on_failure: exit # `continue` or `exit` when the tasks ends with a non 0 exit code b: commands: - echo Begin b - sleep 0.25 - echo End b depends_on: [ a ] # This task will be executed after a. notification: slack: # send notification to slack url: https://hooks.slack.com/services/XXXXX/XXXXX/XXXXX # The slack server url channel: '#channel' # channel to send message emoji: ':rocket:' # emoji to use (optional) username: runtasktic # the username to use, default is runtasktic. when: always # `always`, `task-end`, `end` or `never` when should I send notification concurrency: 2 # how many task can run simultaneously working_dir: /custom/directory # Where is the workind directory, default is where your are using runtasktic stdout: none # `none`, `/custom/path` where should I save standard logs stderr: /var/log/runtasktic.err # `none`, `/custom/path` where should I save error logs on_failure: continue # `continue` or `exit` default behaviour when a task fail, default is `continue`