Background daemon

It’s sending e-mail every hour, but I changed to sleep for a day, but
keep send the e-mail by hour. I don’t know what to do to send daily.
Could somebody help me?

thanks
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mailer.rb

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#!/usr/bin/env ruby

You might want to change this

ENV[“RAILS_ENV”] ||= “production”

require File.dirname(FILE) + “/…/…/config/environment”

$running = true
Signal.trap(“TERM”) do
$running = false
end

while($running) do

Notifier.deliver_report_daily
#ActiveRecord::Base.logger.info "This daemon is still running at

#{Time.now}.\n"

sleep 86400

end

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deploy.rb

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desc “Stop daemons before deploying”
task :before_deploy do
run “#{current_path}/script/daemons stop”
end

desc “Start daemons after deploying”
task :after_deploy do
run “#{current_path}/script/daemons start”
end

Penelope W. wrote:

It’s sending e-mail every hour, but I changed to sleep for a day, but
keep send the e-mail by hour. I don’t know what to do to send daily.
Could somebody help me?

thanks
############

mailer.rb

###############
#!/usr/bin/env ruby

You might want to change this

ENV[“RAILS_ENV”] ||= “production”

require File.dirname(FILE) + “/…/…/config/environment”

$running = true
Signal.trap(“TERM”) do
$running = false
end

while($running) do

Notifier.deliver_report_daily
#ActiveRecord::Base.logger.info "This daemon is still running at

#{Time.now}.\n"

sleep 86400

end

###########

deploy.rb

############
desc “Stop daemons before deploying”
task :before_deploy do
run “#{current_path}/script/daemons stop”
end

desc “Start daemons after deploying”
task :after_deploy do
run “#{current_path}/script/daemons start”
end

I certainly would not use a long running daemon for this purpose. You
should look into using cron and script/runner to execute the task daily.

0 8 * * * /path/to/rails/app/script/runner -e production
“Notifier.deliver_report_daily”

This will deliver your daily report each day at 8 am.

Best,
Michael G.

if you had initially set it to sending every hour and then changed it
to every day in between, then u may have to re-start the daemon… did
you do that?
but i second Michael… you should be using a cron for this.

On Aug 3, 7:47 am, Michael G. [email protected]

Use the delayed_job plugin if you find it hard to tweak scripts to
your taste.

Yes, I restart, but nothing change. Continuing send the old e-mail.
Send one time the new, but after every hour send the old.

Do you know what I have to do?
Thanks

I’m using what you suggested. Its working fine for development, but
I’m not receiving email from production. Could you help me?

thanks

Now its working, thanks a lot

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