Managing the Artifacts Unzip Service
Artifacts Unzip Service is a service that unzips the build artifacts uploaded as a zip.
It’s required to use the Zip Artifacts feature.
Like the other services, Artifacts Unzip Service is shipped as a Docker image.
docker run -d screwdrivercd/artifacts-unzip-service:latest
This images are tagged for their version (eg.
v1.2.3) as well as a floating
latest. Most installations should be using the fixed version tags.
Configure some settings for setting up the Queue.
|REDIS_TLS_ENABLED||false||Redis tls enabled. Specify
|REDIS_DB_NUMBER||0||Redis db number|
|REDIS_QUEUE_PREFIX||’’||Redis queue prefix|
# config/local.yaml queue: redisConnection: host: 127.0.0.1 port: 6379 options: password: REDIS PASSWORD tls: false database: 0 prefix: ''
Configure some settings for setting up the MultiWorker.
|WORKER_MIN_TASK_PROCESSORS||1||The minimum number of workers to spawn under this multiWorker.|
|WORKER_MAX_TASK_PROCESSORS||10||The maximum number of workers to spawn under this multiWorker.|
|WORKER_CHECK_TIMEOUT||1000||How often to check if the event loop is blocked (in ms)|
|WORKER_MAX_EVENT_LOOP_DELAY||10||How long the event loop has to be delayed before considering it blocked (in ms)|
# config/local.yaml unzip-service: minTaskProcessors: 1 maxTaskProcessors: 10 checkTimeout: 1000 maxEventLoopDelay: 10
You need to see the MultiWorker page for more information.
Configure some settings for setting up health check endpoint.
You can get the last check time of event loop blocked or not by calling
GET /last-emitted endpoint. You can change the check interval by setting
|PORT||80||Port to listen on|
|HOST||0.0.0.0||Host to listen on (set to localhost to only accept connections from this machine)|
|URI||http://localhost:80||Externally routable URI (usually your load balancer or CNAME)|
# config/local.yaml httpd: port: 80 host: 0.0.0.0 uri: https://localhost