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If you use a named pipe and file locking to synchronize its access, then the writer (or writers) will block until a reader is ready. In your case, if no workers are ready to read from the named pipe, then the job issuer will block.

It's important to consider that workers may need to poll, even if you'd prefer them not to. If no workers are ready, then the job issuer will need to save the job somewhere reliable. That's generally a database or spool directory. In that case, workers must poll for new jobs when the become ready again.


In reply to Re: Receiving data asynchronously in a long-run process by rcaputo
in thread Receiving data asynchronously in a long-run process by Annirak

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