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Several gevent utilities

Project Description

Utilities for gevent.

There’re several gevent.Greenlet subclasses:

  • Processlet – maximizing multi-core use in gevent environment.
  • Transparentlet – keeping exc_info rather than printing exception.

And etc.:

  • ObjectPool – pooling objects. (e.g. connection pool)

See the next examples.

Examples

Processlet for bcrypt

bcrypt is a library to hash password. That the hashing is very heavy CPU-bound task. You can’t guarantee concurrency with only gevent. Use Processlet instead:

import bcrypt
import gevent
from lets import Processlet

# bcrypt.hashpw is very heavy cpu-bound task.  it can spend a few seconds.
def hash_password(password, salt=bcrypt.gensalt()):
    return bcrypt.hashpw(str(password), salt)

def tictoc(delay=0.1):
    while True:
        print '.'
        gevent.sleep(delay)

passwords = ['alfa', 'bravo', 'charlie', 'delta', 'echo', 'foxtrot',
             'golf', 'hotel', 'india', 'juliett', 'kilo', 'lima', 'mike',
             'november', 'oscar', 'papa', 'quebec', 'romeo', 'sierra',
             'tango', 'uniform', 'victor', 'whiskey', 'xray', 'yankee',
             'zulu']

# start tictoc
gevent.spawn(tictoc)

# Greenlet, tictoc pauses for a few seconds
greenlet = gevent.spawn(hash_password, passwords[0])
password_hash_0 = greenlet.get()

# Processlet, tictoc never pauses
processlet_1 = Processlet.spawn(hash_password, passwords[1])
processlet_2 = Processlet.spawn(hash_password, passwords[2])
password_hash_1 = processlet_1.get()
password_hash_2 = processlet_2.get()

You can also limit the number of child processes with ProcessPool:

import multiprocessing
from lets import ProcessPool

pool_size = max(multiprocessing.cpu_count() - 1, 1)
pool = ProcessPool(pool_size)
password_hashes = pool.map(hash_password, passwords)

Memcached connection pool

Greenlet-safe connection pool can be easily implemented by ObjectPool:

import memcache
from lets import ObjectPool

mc_pool = ObjectPool(10, memcache.Client, [('localhost', 11211)])

def save(key, val):
    with mc_pool.reserve() as mc:
        mc.set(key, val)

for x, password_hash in enumerate(password_hashes):
    gevent.spawn(save, 'password_hashes[%d]' % x, password_hash)

gevent.wait()
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