[Twisted-Python] Threaded Twisted?

Stefan Behnel behnel_ml at gkec.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de
Wed Oct 20 08:08:11 EDT 2004

Bob Ippolito schrieb:
> Multiple processors, multiple processes.  Multiple processes is a good 
> model anyways because it scales to clusters of machines.

True. That's actually a current side effect of my program.

> It's probably not as expensive as having a Global Interpreter Lock (GIL) 
> that prevents multiple threads from running Python code at the same 
> time, diluting any benefits you would see from concurrent reactors.

Sure, the GIL. I read about it when I started using Python, but I must 
have forgotten it.

I guess you're right, multiple processes is simple to do and it does even 
have some advantages here.


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