Queuing options are configured either at Engine creation or when queuing a job. Options declared when queuing a job take precedence over those at Engine instantiation. All queueing systems support the following options unless otherwise specified:
queue: Name of a queue to place a job on. All queues are dynamic, and need not be declared beforehand.
attempts: Max number of attempts a job can be performed until it is marked as dead.
attempts_delay: Number of seconds any additional attempts are delayed by.
priority: Jobs with smaller priority values will be scheduled before jobs with larger priorities. Not available with the
SynchronousEngine. Job priorities are constants, and there are 5 priorities:
delay: Seconds to wait before putting the job in the ready queue. The job will be in the "delayed" state during this time. Not available with the
time_to_run: Max amount of time (in seconds) a job can take to run before it is released to the general queue. Not available with the
expires_in: Max amount of time a job may be in the queue until it is discarded. Not available with the