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Re: Gearman::Server vs POE

by runrig (Abbot)
on Aug 28, 2013 at 15:08 UTC ( #1051294=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Gearman::Server vs POE

Gearman and POE are different things. Gearman is a distributed job queue, POE is a framework for event-based programming. Sure, they can get some of the same sorts of things done, but what specifically do you want to do?

Gearman::Server vs POE implementation in perl

There's a POE::Component::Gearman::Client library. Are you referring to that?

In Gearman vs X discussions, I usually hear Gearman vs. some message queue, not Gearman vs POE.

Anyway, if you are going to use Gearman, I'd look at Gearman::XS. Unless you want to use Gearman within POE, then I'd probably look at that library I just mentioned.

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