[Twisted-Python] Does anyone use ampoule in production?

gelin yan dynamicgl at gmail.com
Mon Nov 21 07:55:51 EST 2011


   I am happy to see some other teams have used it in a production
environment. If there are no serious bugs, I am gonna use it to implement
my analyzer which need to take benefit from multiple cores. At the moment,
ampoule seems is the most intuitive way to reap the power of multiple cores.


gelin yan

On Mon, Nov 21, 2011 at 4:39 PM, Corbin Simpson
<mostawesomedude at gmail.com>wrote:

> On Sun, Nov 20, 2011 at 11:40 PM, gelin yan <dynamicgl at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi glyph
> >      I attached a file for this purpose. there is a number 4073 inside
> the
> > code. when i use any smaller value, the function return a correct
> result. I
> > use win 7 & twisted 11.1 at the moment. I am not sure whether this limit
> > comes from os or not.
> A few intrepid hackers working on Win32 platforms reported similar
> issues with Bravo, which uses Ampoule extensively. We chalked it up to
> Win32 weirdness and told people to use better operating systems when
> deploying Bravo. The only hack which seemed to alleviate the problem
> was changing Twisted's subprocess management to allocate massive
> (64KiB) buffers for the subprocess pipes instead of zeroing them out.
> I have no idea what the correct answer is.
> ~ C.
> --
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> Corbin Simpson
> <MostAwesomeDude at gmail.com>
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