Re: How to interpret job result "H:ip-X-X-X-X:6"

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Ed Sabol

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May 29, 2024, 3:20:00 PMMay 29
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> I'm new to Gearman and am trying to understand and or find documentation for reading a job result.

You shouldn't have to.

> An example job result: H:ip-X-X-X-X:6
> • > H
> • > ip-address (this is the server's ip address)
> • > 6
> The second parameter is clear enough but what do the other parameters mean and what other values exist for each parameter?

That's not the job result. That's the job handle, which is just an opaque identifier.

This is all documented here: https://gearman.org/protocol/

Scroll to the bottom for the "Job Server -> Client" section.


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