[Stackless] Pickled tasklets
tismer at tismer.com
Wed Jun 11 20:21:19 CEST 2003
Conan Brink wrote:
> Are pickled tasklets going to allow me to do what I think they are?
> (To save you from having to be a mind reader, I'll tell you what I'm
> drooling over)
> I've got a multi-process python interpreter farm, and pickled tasklets
> sound like something that can easily be migrated to properly distribute
> computing load.
Provided that *no* C state is involved, you will be
able to clone, migrate and whatever your tasklets.
ciao - chris
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