Are you looking to debug your sidekiq worker?
There is this gem called pry-remote which stops all processes from running. And lets you debug just like with pry.
You will have to put
binding.remote_pry in your code and you’ve got a stopping point.
gem install pry-remote
Here’s a program starting pry-remote:
require 'pry-remote' class Foo def initialize(x, y) binding.remote_pry end end Foo.new 10, 20
Running it will prompt you with a message telling you Pry is waiting for a program to connect itself to it:
[pry-remote] Waiting for client on drb://localhost:9876
You can then connect yourself using
$ pry-remote From: example.rb @ line 7 in Foo#initialize: 2: 3: require 'pry-remote' 4: 5: class Foo 6: def initialize(x, y) => 7: binding.remote_pry 8: end 9: end 10: 11: Foo.new 10, 20 pry(#<Foo:0x00000000d9b5e8>):1> self => #<Foo:0x1efb3b0> pry(#<Foo:0x00000001efb3b0>):2> ls -l Local variables: [  :_,  :_dir_,  :_file_,  :_ex_,  :_pry_,  :_out_,  :_in_,  :x,  :y ] pry(#<Foo:0x00000001efb3b0>):3>
You can also use pry in your code and call your your worker from rails console.
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