Benjamin Humphrey Benjamin Humphrey - 1 year ago 84
Ruby Question

Run job every 10 minutes with Clockwork

I would like a job to run every 10 minutes in Clockwork, but I want it to run 6 times an hour, at 00, 10, 20, 30, 40, and 50 minutes past.

In the Clockwork readme it says you can use wildcards for hour and minute values:

Wildcards for hour and minute are supported:

every(1.hour, 'reminders.send', :at => '**:30')
every(10.seconds, 'frequent.job', :at => '9:**')

However when I tried
at: '**:*0'
it gave me an error.

Answer Source

Hello @benjamin seems to be wildcards characters can be used either or hours or minutes, and seems to be Clockwork doesn't support partial wildcards like **:*0

you can pass array to at option to achieve your goal You can set more than one timing

every(10.seconds, 'reminders.send', :at => ['**:00', '**:10', '**:20', '**:30', '**:40', '**:50']) 
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