justinjohnson at gmail.com
Thu Jan 20 11:24:12 EST 2005
I wrote succeedForOneOf to help when I want to loop through a list and
call a function with the item from the list as the first argument to
the function, and stop when one of the function calls succeeds. The
use case I need it for is, connecting to multiple servers looking for
a particular thing, and stopping when I find it.
In my testing in the attached file, succeedForOneOf does what I would
expect. However, when I tried this in my application, and func
involved connecting to servers via PB and calling a remote method, it
started up a ton of 'PBClientFactory's until the win32eventreactor
spun wildly out of control because I exceeded the 64 object
limitation. This of course also caused the server I was connecting to
to spin wildly out of control as well, sucking up all of the CPU.
My question isn't related to the win32event reactor problem. I just
don't understand why my implementation of succeedForOneOf would fail
in this manner. Does anyone see a problem with the code? Has someone
else written code to accomplish this in a different way?
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