Thanks for the help, I began running server and played around using
MiddleMan to create new workers in the client terminal. However, when I
try to use methods such as delete_worker() or send_request() I get
errors such as this:
NoMethodError: undefined method `delete_worker’ for
In my background.yml file I only have the following specified so it
doesn’t seem like I’m using any clustering:
Sorry for all the noob questions.
Hemant K. wrote:
On Mon, Jul 14, 2008 at 4:51 PM, Michelle Li
[email protected] wrote:
Yup I had followed the instructions on the rubyforge page just to set up
the BackgrounDRb without actually setting up any of my own workers. I
just try to start the server and I can’t get it running…
You are trying to inherit BackgrounDRb::Rails in your worker code(as
seen from exception), and that class no longer exists(it has been
removed like 6 months back) and hence I asked you to read the
documentation and try.
An empty worker looks like:
class BillingWorker < BackgrounDRb::MetaWorker
def create(args = nil)
# method gets called, when new instance of worker is created.