Replacement for multiprocessing.Pool.
Replacement for multiprocessing’s Pool, offering more powerful features. Allow running a generic Python function asynchronously.
First, we are going to need a function that does something. In this case, it does nothing more than waiting one second.
import time def do_nothing(): time.sleep(1) print('Sleeping done') # If you want some feedback..
To run this function in parallel, we’re going to need a Factory instance.
from steamfactory import Factory # Create a factory, running up to 4 tasks concurrently factory = Factory(size=4)
All set, we can schedule some async function executions:
for _ in range(4): factory.run(do_nothing)
After a second, you should see the four “Sleeping done” messages being printed at once.
In case you’re using this inside a script, and you need the main process to wait for all tasks to be executed before terminating (meaning that tasks will be lost), remember to call the shutdown() method:
How to get “feedback” from the tasks usually greatly depends on the application. Many times you don’t even bother with the function return value, you just need something to be done. Other times values might be large, or the required retention time might vary.
The library doesn’t currently offer any way to return results to the caller, but you can easily do something like this:
import time from multiprocessing import Manager from steamfactory import Factory _mgr = Manager() results = _mgr.dict() # Shared between processes def addup(a, b): time.sleep(1) results[(a, b)] = a + b # Create a factory, running up to 4 tasks concurrently factory = Factory(size=4) # Let's schedule some tasks factory.run(addup, 1, 2) factory.run(addup, 3, 4) factory.run(addup, 5, 6) factory.run(addup, 7, 8) factory.shutdown() # Now, results contains all the results (after a 1s processing # time)
Initial release, implementing functionality to run functions asynchronously.
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