Mon, 12 Jul 2004 09:16:00 +0100
Dennis Allison wrote:
> We are now re-engineering our system a bit and rethinking how things are
> organized. I vaguely remember a comment a while back that PyRXP is not
> thread-safe. We've been using it in a multi-threaded Python environment
> (Zope) without a problem, but the concurrency is fairly low and have never
> seen any problem. We are scaling up and so thread-safety will become more
> of an issue as loads increase. Has any thought/effort gone into making a
> thread-safe version?
Depending on how heavily used the PyRXP process is, you can just put a bulk-lock
around however it's being called...
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