A worker is a computer program that runs as a background process on a machine. This could be a server, an embedded systems or your laptop. The worker executes the tasks of a workflow.
Jump to 3bot main repo.
$ pip install threebot-worker $ threebot-worker start
The configuration file contains all the configuration of your threebot-worker installation. This section explains which parameter are available.
The configuration file is located in
~/3bot/config.ini. If you installed 3bot in an own virtualenv it
is located in
<path to virtualenv>/3bot/config.ini
You don't need to create a configuration file by yourself. When you first run the threebot-worker, you will be asked to enter values for the required settings.
List of hosts the worker should accept connections from (this is not well tested yet)
Port number the worker listens. This Port should be openend by your firewall. The port number from the 3bot application and threebot-worker settings must match.
The secret key is used to establish a secure connection from the 3bot application to the threebot-worker. The secret key from the 3bot application and threebot-worker settings must match.
Never share your your secret key!
Path to the logfile. theebot-worker will log all incomming connections, performed workflows and errors.
Valid values for
LOGLEVEL could be taken from here.
[3bot-settings] BOT_ENDPOINT = * PORT = 55556 SECRET_KEY = <YOUR SECRET KEY> LOGFILE = /var/log/3bot-worker.log LOGLEVEL = DEBUG