Currently when using
d/sidekiq to run sidekiq in the docker dev image, it starts a sidekiq process only for the critical queue.
The problem line is:
When I change
sidekiq -q critical,low,default to
sidekiq -q default,critical,low it starts a process only for the default queue, so there’s something wrong with the commas.
The workaround I’m using is just removing
-q critical,low,default in its entirety, which starts a process servicing every queue.