Scheduled jobs are similar to decision-making rules except they’re triggered when the specified time comes.
Jobs configuration is stored in runtime/lm_job.d/ folder.
To configure job you may specify action and schedule, or you may set job parameters one-by-one after the job is created.
To specify action and schedule during job creation, use the following format. Note that controller doesn’t check is macro exists on the moment of job creation:
eva -I lm job create [action] [every <schedule>]
Example, start unit unit:ventilation/v1 (call start macro function) every 5 minutes.
job create @start('unit:ventilation/v1') every 5 minutes
Another example, run macro macro1 every hour:
job create macro1(1, 2, x=test) every hour
New job is always created as “disabled” and you must enable it with “job enable” CLI command or call LM API function set_job_prop, setting enabled=True.
description job description
enabled if True, job is enabled (new jobs are disabled by default)
every schedule interval
macro macro that is executed
macro_args arguments the macro is executed with
macro_kwargs keyword arguments the macro is executed with
Job schedule interval
Schedule interval (every parameter) is set in a human-readable format. Examples:
second execute job every second
5 seconds execute job every 5 seconds
2 minutes at :30 execute job every 2 minutes at 30th second
5 hours execute job every 5 hours
2 days execute job every 2 days
wednesday at 13:15 execute job every Wednesday at 13:15