What is Pg_timetable?
It is an advanced job scheduler for PostgreSQL, offering many advantages over traditional schedulers such as cron and others. It is completely database driven and provides a couple of advanced concepts.
Pg_timetable is a tool in the Database Tools category of a tech stack.
Pg_timetable is an open source tool with 761 GitHub stars and 42 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Pg_timetable's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Pg_timetable?
- Tasks can be arranged in chains
- A chain can consist of SQL and executables
- Parameters can be passed to chains
- Missed tasks (possibly due to downtime) can be retried automatically
- Support for configurable repetitions
- Builtin tasks such as sending emails, etc
- Fully database driven configuration
- Full support for database driven logging
- Cron-style scheduling
- Optional concurrency protection
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