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celery.events.cursesmon

Graphical monitor of Celery events using curses.

class celery.events.cursesmon.CursesMonitor(state, app, keymap=None)[source]

A curses based Celery task monitor.

alert(callback, title=None)[source]
alert_remote_control_reply(reply)[source]
background = 7
display_height
display_task_row(lineno, task)[source]
display_width
draw()[source]
find_position()[source]
foreground = 0
format_row(uuid, task, worker, timestamp, state)[source]
greet = 'celery events 4.3.0 (rhubarb)'
handle_keypress()[source]
help = 'j:down k:up i:info t:traceback r:result c:revoke ^c: quit'
help_title = 'Keys: '
info_str = 'Info: '
init_screen()[source]
keyalias = {258: 'J', 259: 'K', 343: 'I'}
keymap = {}
limit
move_selection(direction=1)[source]
move_selection_down()[source]
move_selection_up()[source]
nap()[source]
online_str = 'Workers online: '
readline(x, y)[source]
resetscreen()[source]
revoke_selection()[source]
safe_add_str(y, x, string, *args, **kwargs)[source]
screen_delay = 10
screen_height
screen_width
selected_position = 0
selected_str = 'Selected: '
selected_task = None
selection_info()[source]
selection_rate_limit()[source]
selection_result()[source]
selection_traceback()[source]
tasks
win = None
workers
celery.events.cursesmon.evtop(app=None)[source]

Start curses monitor.