[Twisted-Python] Application Start Up and Tear Down
gabor.bernath at gmail.com
Mon Jul 9 01:30:26 EDT 2007
it calls back on system events such as startup and shutdown which are
fired by the reactor. read the details in the docs:
On 7/9/07, Pavel Bastov <pbastov at gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't call reactor.run() explicitly.
> Here is how I launch it:
> application = service.Application('xoochat', uid = uid, gid = gid)
> On 7/9/07, Adam Atlas <adam at atlas.st> wrote:
> > On 9 Jul 2007, at 00.49, Pavel Bastov wrote:
> > > so far I've been using only one Factory in my application. So, all the
> > > intialization and deinitialization code was in startFactory() /
> > > stopFactory().
> > >
> > > Now I have to add another protocol with another factory. Is there a
> > > similar pair of methods for the application (server) where I can
> > > initialize resources (db pool, for example) upon startup and free them
> > > upon shutdown?
> > Wouldn't it work to simply handle your initialization and cleanup
> > before and after reactor.run()?
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