Keep_alive periodic celery task queues up if it stops working

Issue #331 resolved
Ed McDonagh created an issue

If the keep_alive task doesn't run, the requests keep coming in so when it gets fixed, there are a backlog of requests in the queue. There is also no point keeping a keep_alive task in the queue after the next one has been scheduled.

Refs #292

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  1. Ed McDonagh reporter

    Explicitly set keep_alive schedule to once per minute, and add expiry of 10 seconds so they shouldn't pile up if no workers are available. Refs #331 but needs testing.

    → <<cset 153d7221cd78>>

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