> Ezra Zygmuntowicz wrote:
>  ...worker is a new process and takes up resources. Try it first with
> just one worker that gets started on bdrb server start and loops,
> works on jobs in the queue, then sleeps and does it again.

Two things:

-I went through your tutorial and documentation but I couldn't figure 
out how to start workers on load. I thought it was via 
background_schedules.yml but on start it didn't run.

-I'm not understanding the purpose for sleep in this case. Is the worker 
doing something after it has elapsed that requires sleep?

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