celery-batches 0.5 released!

Monday, May 24, 2021

A new version (v0.5) of celery-batches is available which adds support for Celery 5.1 and fixes storing of results when using the RPC result backend.

As explored previously, the RPC result backend works by having a results queue per client, unfortunately celery-batches was attempting to store the results …

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celery-batches 0.4 released!

Monday, November 30, 2020

Earlier today I released a version 0.4 of celery-batches with support for Celery 5.0. As part of this release support for Python < 3.6 was dropped and support for Celery < 4.4 was dropped.

celery-batches is a small library that allows you process multiple calls to a Celery …

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Celery AMQP Backends

Friday, October 4, 2019


This started as notes explaining the internals of how Celery’s AMQP backends operate. This isn’t meant to be a comparison or prove one is better or that one is broken. There just seemed to be a lack of documentation about the design and limitations of each backend …

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Celery without a Results Backend

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

The Celery send_task method allows you to invoke a task by name without importing it. [1] There is an undocumented [2] caveat to using send_task: it doesn’t have access to the configuration of the task (from when the task was created using the @task decorator).

Much of …

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Calling Celery from Twisted

Tuesday, October 23, 2018


I use Twisted and Celery daily at work, both are useful frameworks, both have a lot of great information out there, but a particular use (that I haven’t seen discussed much online, hence this post) is calling Celery tasks from Twisted (and subsequently using the result).

The difference …

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