We are using the Hangfire Pro library and intent to use one of the two options for JobStorage
a) RDS (either postgresql or mysql engine) - lets assume postgresql
b) AWS Elaticache Redis
NOTE: This topic is to discuss the first option “a”, for “b” I will open another topic later.
We use IAM database authentication to get the auth token (expires after 15min) to connect to DB.
Reference for RDS IAM database authentication:
We intent to use “Hangfire.PostgreSql” nuget package for this -
Q1) Is this “Hangfire.PostgreSql” supported by hangfire support team or its supported via open source community
Q2) How does Hangfire handle token expiry in its connection pool. I know that when the pool is established it has a valid auth token to create connections in that pool but since the token is temporary and expires every 15minutes what happens if for some reason the connections in the pool start failing and the ConnectionPool has to create new connections or something along those lines. How do we control passing a new auth token to the pool?
Q3) We have a paid subscription with Hangfire - is using this forum the way to get such questions answered or there is a separate channel for paid subscribers?
NOTE: I understand that the connections themselves can stay longer than 15 minutes once created initially, I am looking for what to do under some exception conditions where in the code needs to create new connections using a new auth token since the one used initially has expired after 15min