SV: [Twisted-Python] Reloading server configuration.
mattias.brandstrom at todos.se
Mon Aug 18 06:12:41 EDT 2008
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> 2008/8/12 Mattias Brändström <mattias.brandstrom at todos.se>:
> > Hello!
> > Is there any way I can make twisted stop accepting connections for a
> short period of time and then start accepting connections? Something like
> > More precisely, what I want to do is to reread my server configuration
> on SIGHUP (or some other external event). If possible I would like to do
> this without locking a mutex when accessing (reading or modifying) the
> configuration info. I figure that reconfiguring the server will be a rare
> event. So if there is some way that I can:
> > 1. Block incoming requests. Preferable keeping them in the connection
> > 2. Wait for all running requests to complete.
> > 3. Reread the server configuration.
> > 4. Unblock incoming requests.
> > What do you think? Is there some simple twisted-way to do this?
> It's really necesary do that?
> 1 Your app have a reference to a object whith the loaded config
> 2 A defered take a reference to these object
> 3 A reread event change the app config reference to new loaded config
> object. Old defered no change his reference and end whith old config.
> 4 New defereds take new config and reference that.
> 5 When old config object have not references is garbaged collected.
> No blocking operation is nedded if you can load 2 configuration
> objects in memory (the old one for connections in progress and the new
OK. This seems like a good approach. However, I am using twisted.web.server.Site as my factory and the resources tied to my Site instance are the ones that need to access the server configuration. How would I go about giving each request its own configuration reference in this case? I'm quite new to twisted and it's not entirely clear to me how to achieve this. :-)
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