Implementation of the Request-Reply Broker pattern in ZMQ
Powerhose turns your CPU-bound tasks into I/O-bound tasks so your Python applications are easier to scale.
Powerhose is an implementation of the Request-Reply Broker pattern in ZMQ.
See http://powerhose.readthedocs.org for a full documentation.
0.7 - 2012-06-21
- auto-unregistring of dead/slow workers
0.6 - 2012-06-20
- introduced a graceful shutdown
- added a worker registering so restarting workers are not impacting the system
0.5 - 2012-06-12
- drastically reduced the number of used FDs, mainly by reusing the same context when possible
0.4 - 2012-05-25
- the broker exits if there’s already a valid broker running in the socket.
- powerhose-broker gained 2 new options: –check and –purge-ghosts
0.3 - 2012-05-24
- implemented timeout_max_overflow in the client.
- the stacks are dumped on worker timeouts
- now using delayed callbacks for the heartbeat
0.2 - 2012-04-17
- make sure execution errors are properly transmited and raised.
- fixed the pool of connectors - so every connector is correctly freed
- now workers can get extra options from the command-line
0.1 - 2012-04-05
- initial release.
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