- Scan the log for errors and email me a summary
- vacuum (pre-autovacuum daemon days...)
- Purge stuff from the global cache
- Send email to users whose accounts are about to be suspended
You can browse the svn source here: http://svn-hosting.com/svn/spyce/trunk/spyce/scheduler.py
>>> import scheduler >>> help(scheduler) Help on module scheduler: DESCRIPTION A module for scheduling arbitrary callables to run at given times or intervals, modeled on the naviserver API. Scheduler runs in its own thread; callables run in this same thread, so if you have an unusually long callable to run you may wish to give it its own thread, for instance, schedule(lambda: threading.Thread(target=longcallable).start()) Public functions are threadsafe. CLASSES Task class Task | Instantiated by the schedule methods. | | Instance variables: | nextrun: epoch seconds at which to run next | interval: seconds before repeating | callable: function to invoke | last: if True, will be unscheduled after nextrun | | (Note that by manually setting last on a Task instance, you | can cause it to run an arbitrary number of times.) | | Methods defined here: | | __init__(self, firstrun, interval, callable, once) FUNCTIONS pause() Temporarily suspend running scheduled tasks schedule(interval, callable, once=False) Schedules callable to be run every interval seconds. Returns the scheduled Task object. schedule_daily(hours, minutes, callable, once=False) Schedules callable to be run at hours:minutes every day. (Hours is a 24-hour format.) Returns the scheduled Task object. unpause() Resume running scheduled tasks. If a task came due while it was paused, it will run immediately after unpausing. unschedule(task) Removes the given task from the scheduling queue.