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Re^4: Why isn't this code thread-safe? (MCE!)by marioroy (Vicar)
|on Nov 19, 2018 at 22:25 UTC||Need Help??|
Here is the same thing using MCE::Hobo. Similar code, but processes instead.
For modules not multi-process safe, another thing one can do on Unix platforms is having MCE::Hobo default to posix_exit to avoid all END and destructor processing.
Note that the posix_exit option is not recommended if constructing an object inside the worker involving a temp file. In that case one may want the worker to exit normally. Anyway, the posix_exit option is there if needed as a last resort.
Taken from the MCE::Hobo manual: Set posix_exit to avoid all END and destructor processing. Constructing MCE::Hobo inside a thread implies 1 or if present CGI, FCGI, Coro, Curses, Gearman::Util, Gearman::XS, LWP::UserAgent, Mojo::IOLoop, Prima, STFL, Tk, Wx, or Win32::GUI.
A lot of modules are not multi-process safe and the reason for setting to 1 automatically. Btw, Prima is now multi-process safe recently.
Kind regards, Mario