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async-mq

Zero-cost async-await abstraction of lapin AMQP client crate

5 stable releases

1.1.0 Mar 25, 2020
1.0.6 Mar 25, 2020
1.0.2 Jan 9, 2020
1.0.1 Dec 20, 2019

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async-mq

Zero-cost async-await abstraction of lapin AMQP client crate

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Modules

  • client: Client and Connection structs
  • consume: Consumer and ConsumerBuilder structs
  • produce: Producer and ProducerBuilder structs
  • message: Message struct, MessagePeek and MessageProcess async traits

Example

Currently, mqctl.rs demonstrates the RabbitMQ RPC pattern through the Rust 1.39 async-await feature. It uses FlatBuffers for the message encoding/decoding.

Here is the tokio's Threaded scheduler example, as in mqctl.rs:

fn tokio_threaded(cfg: crate::cfg::Config) -> Result<(), Box<dyn std::error::Error>> {
    let mut rt = tokio::runtime::Builder::new()
        .threaded_scheduler()
        .enable_time()
        .build()?;
    let client = Client::new();

    rt.block_on(async move {
        // One connection for multiple producers.
        let conn = client.connect(&cfg.uri).await?;
        let mut builder = conn.producer_builder();
        builder.exchange(&cfg.exchange).queue(&cfg.queue);
        for _ in 0..cfg.producers {
            let builder = builder.clone();
            tokio::spawn(async move {
                match builder.build().await {
                    Err(e) => eprintln!("{}", e),
                    Ok(p) => {
                        let mut p = ASCIIGenerator(p);
                        if let Err(err) = p.run().await {
                            eprintln!("{}", err);
                        }
                    }
                }
            });
        }
        // One connection for multiple consumers.
        let conn = client.connect(&cfg.uri).await?;
        let mut builder = conn.consumer_builder();
        builder.exchange(&cfg.exchange).queue(&cfg.queue);
        for _ in 0..cfg.consumers {
            let builder = builder.clone();
            tokio::spawn(async move {
                match builder.build().await {
                    Err(err) => eprintln!("{}", err),
                    Ok(c) => {
                        let mut c = EchoConsumer(c);
                        if let Err(err) = c.run().await {
                            eprintln!("{}", err);
                        }
                    }
                }
            });
        }
        // idle loop.
        loop {
            tokio::time::delay_for(std::time::Duration::from_millis(1000)).await;
        }
    })
}

Here is the sample ASCIIGererator producer:

struct ASCIIGenerator(Producer);

impl ASCIIGenerator {
    async fn run(&mut self) -> Result<(), Error> {
        let mut builder = FlatBufferBuilder::new();
        loop {
            // Generate ASCII character FlatBuffer messages
            // and print the received message to stderr.
            for data in { b'!'..=b'~' } {
                let req = Self::make_buf(&mut builder, vec![data]);
                let resp = self.0.rpc(req).await?;
                Self::print_buf(resp);
            }
        }
    }
    fn make_buf(builder: &mut FlatBufferBuilder, data: Vec<u8>) -> Vec<u8> {
        let data = builder.create_string(&String::from_utf8(data).unwrap());
        let mut mb = crate::msg::MessageBuilder::new(builder);
        mb.add_msg(data);
        let msg = mb.finish();
        builder.finish(msg, None);
        let req = builder.finished_data().to_vec();
        builder.reset();
        req
    }
    fn print_buf(resp: Vec<u8>) {
        if resp.is_empty() {
            return;
        }
        let msg = crate::msg::get_root_as_message(&resp);
        if let Some(data) = msg.msg() {
            eprint!("{}", data);
        }
    }
}

And the sample EchoConsumer consumer:

struct EchoConsumer(Consumer);

impl EchoConsumer {
    async fn run(&mut self) -> Result<(), Error> {
        while let Some(msg) = self.0.next().await {
            match msg {
                // Echo back the message.
                Ok(req) => self.0.response(&req, req.data()).await?,
                Err(err) => return Err(err),
            }
        }
        Ok(())
    }
}

Execution

Here is the output of the make run, which is an alias of cargo run --example as in Makefile. It dumps printable ascii characters to the stderr.

$ make run
   Compiling async-mq v0.3.0 (/home/kei/git/async-mq)
    Finished dev [unoptimized + debuginfo] target(s) in 1.63s
     Running `target/debug/examples/async-mq`
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^C

You can check the queue status with rabbitmqctl list_queues as below:

$  sudo rabbitmqctl list_queues --vhost your_vhost
Timeout: 60.0 seconds ...
Listing queues for vhost mx ...
name    messages
amq.gen-3CNgzxmjJGoTIjAcy2zhHQ  0
amq.gen-6kHFOKiqnJIltqeH-1I4WQ  0
amq.gen-kWjXOMz0MDX9Rwo6F8sPCA  0
amq.gen-tFNZuCMpdn6so9WnNLAS4w  1
amq.gen-ScKfpco30LHj1feWIIsFXg  1
amq.gen-7uGgXCiiExxrAXZEcrbypg  0
amq.gen-vkFA83xnTHHhR6c_zUG34A  0
amq.gen-48HpeKkKhmQLAa4Q1beQvg  0
amq.gen-FAYzlhiy9liKuMEUVUm2Uw  0
amq.gen-de6sYdZX8cT8yYkb_Y-mPw  0
hello   23
amq.gen-gu_TDgPgWcestqlWNtFSoA  0
amq.gen-advkCsBJKod22vexRSBV6A  0
amq.gen-T6jLPqqOKsL9jk04CFJwtA  0
amq.gen--wRWW5hI-rpdds9goMAYdg  1
amq.gen-f9EYMuzwQoCAhNyIg6SiUQ  0
amq.gen-DxmcpUxHYGOxCD9Q7QM1xg  1
amq.gen-EeeJAmHFOT3GPIMhfXDi8Q  0
amq.gen-zhqOTQag0rM7MDU17pCdXA  0
amq.gen-vyX6_lAv2Pnmcm1a_tBUKA  0
amq.gen-enXP4BCXZhB0tg4C1an4sw  0
amq.gen-nIpKSKokUzU_pCoGTiSBCQ  0
amq.gen-k1p4udDFoA0xhqSXIpPo-Q  0
amq.gen-XrNQZ0cqHgSgUZK_CP0g6w  0
amq.gen-9WZJ4Jw02Dbhhl7sJIQKAQ  0
amq.gen-1TMw_E8g09Xt9UgCoMz-ig  0
amq.gen-rVUkIh-85ims0IiabvF7GA  1
amq.gen-9NeGc4C9qmfX-PLjHkXVDA  0
amq.gen-swJrMKZmNnLhtI0Djz--ag  0
amq.gen-5rEAFqYpG4cp8lBEDG6_gQ  1
amq.gen-ZDNy2Ggt4Dqbvj6cnS-c8A  0
amq.gen-D8id7SF143eN-k7tmHratw  1
amq.gen-AiKQaNiz73V9du8EtgKfMg  0

References

Happy Hacking!

Dependencies

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~167K SLoC