This document is for Kombu's development version, which can be significantly different from previous releases. Get the stable docs here: 5.0.

Pyro Transport - kombu.transport.pyro

Pyro transport module for kombu.

Pyro transport, and Kombu Broker daemon.

Requires the Pyro4 library to be installed.

Features

  • Type: Virtual

  • Supports Direct: Yes

  • Supports Topic: Yes

  • Supports Fanout: No

  • Supports Priority: No

  • Supports TTL: No

Connection String

To use the Pyro transport with Kombu, use an url of the form:

pyro://localhost/kombu.broker

The hostname is where the transport will be looking for a Pyro name server, which is used in turn to locate the kombu.broker Pyro service. This broker can be launched by simply executing this transport module directly, with the command: python -m kombu.transport.pyro

Transport Options

Transport

class kombu.transport.pyro.Transport(client, **kwargs)[source]

Pyro Transport.

class Channel(connection, **kwargs)

Pyro Channel.

after_reply_message_received(queue)

Callback called after RPC reply received.

Notes

Reply queue semantics: can be used to delete the queue after transient reply message received.

close()

Close channel.

Cancel all consumers, and requeue unacked messages.

queues()
shared_queues
default_port = 9090

port number used when no port is specified.

driver_name = 'pyro'

Name of driver library (e.g. ‘py-amqp’, ‘redis’).

driver_type = 'pyro'

Type of driver, can be used to separate transports using the AMQP protocol (driver_type: ‘amqp’), Redis (driver_type: ‘redis’), etc…

driver_version()[source]
shared_queues
state = <kombu.transport.virtual.base.BrokerState object>

memory backend state is global.

Channel

class kombu.transport.pyro.Channel(connection, **kwargs)[source]

Pyro Channel.

after_reply_message_received(queue)[source]

Callback called after RPC reply received.

Notes

Reply queue semantics: can be used to delete the queue after transient reply message received.

close()[source]

Close channel.

Cancel all consumers, and requeue unacked messages.

queues()[source]
shared_queues

KombuBroker