[Twisted-Python] Something like a ThreadPool
kevin.horn at gmail.com
Wed Jun 18 12:21:10 EDT 2008
For the benefit of future searchers (and myself), would either of you mind
posting a link to specific place in the docs you are talking about?
On Wed, Jun 18, 2008 at 8:04 AM, kevin beckford <kevin at lazyweb.ca> wrote:
>> What kind of work are you queuing? If it's e.g. fetching a web page, you
>> can just use do it using Twisted's scalable asynchronous APIs (maybe
>> using a DeferredSemaphore if you want to limit number of conccurent
>> queries.) If it's a blocking API you're calling (RDBMS queries are the
>> typical example) then Twisted has a thread pool, as well as
>> RDBMS-specific wrapper - see our documentation.
> Thanks very much. Found and read.
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