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hi everyone,

i have a problem one Gearman::Client or Gearman::Task. for this way,

Gearman::Task->new($func, $arg, \%options)

i set the options "uniq" and "timeout", but it cannot work,

use Gearman::Client; my $client = Gearman::Client->new; $client->job_servers(''); my $taskset = $client->new_task_set; $taskset->add_task('fun' => undef ,{ uniq => 1, on_complete => sub{print ${$_[0]}}, timeout => 2, } ); $taskset->wait;


use Gearman::Worker; my $worker = Gearman::Worker->new; $worker->job_servers(''); $worker->register_function('fun' =>\&w); $worker->work while 1; sub w{ print "3"; return 3; }

i want to resold 2 problem, 1) run the same names of functions on workers in parallel, so i try the option "uniq", but it's not any result. 2) runing when the client call a function not existed, so i try the timeout, but ..

or help me how to get functions registed on server.

Plz help me, thx

In reply to about Gearman::Client options by liuweichuan

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