[Twisted-Python] Bring multi service up gradually
jacob at internet24.de
Fri Jun 16 10:03:00 EDT 2006
Why not simply start the additional
services from the startFactory-method of your mainservice'
<possibly call parent's startFactory>
reactor.listenTCP(.... subservice 1)
reactor.listenTCP(.... subservice 2)....
On Fri, 2006-06-16 at 10:39 -0300, David Pratt wrote:
> Chaz. wrote:
> > I don't think there is a way to insure you will get the ports you want.
> > Why bother testing if the port is available before hand? In between the
> > port being tested and the application using it someone can sneak in and
> > take it.
> Hi Chaz. Thank you for your reply. The reason for the test is that I
> don't want the other services to start at all if a connection cannot be
> found to run the main service. I was thinking of writing a simple tester
> using socket module to determine which addresses are alive first. When
> it finds one it stops so in my logic I give this address to my
> ListenTCP/SSL and attempt to start the main service.
> I don't expect the address list to be large. This way no time is lost
> with the client running through a long backoff cycle on an address that
> may not be alive only to have to stop it and try a another until one is
> possibly found.
> I am not aware of something in twisted that evaluates addresses like
> this as part of a startup solution. In any case, if I see that an
> address in the list is available, then I would start my main service
> using it. When a connection is made to the main address, then I want to
> start the remaining services since they are useless without the main
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