Maybe this can help you. With a normal Perl thread, create 2 threads, make the 2 thread load 2 pages, let's say www.perlmonks.com, but you need to do all of this loading only 1 time LWP::Simple.

Remember that when you create 2 threads and use LWP::Simple from this 2 threads you are loading LWP::Simple 2 times in the memory since Perl duplicate everything when a thread is created. If you play a while with threads you will see that Perl threads use to much memory, so I can't load more than 10 threads to do a real job. With Delphi for example we can load more than 30 threads and still have a good execution, with Perl if I use more than 8 I start to see the application to be slow! Is more about performance and not what is possible to do.

Here's a simple way to do that with Thread::Isolate:

use Thread::Isolate ; $|=1 ; my $thi = Thread::Isolate->new() ; $thi->use('LWP::Simple'); my $url = 'http://www.perlmonks.com/' ; my @threds = ( threads->new( \&get_pages , $url ) , threads->new( \&get_pages , $url ) , ) ; foreach my $threds_i ( @threds ) { $threds_i->join ; } print "INC:\n" ; foreach my $Key (sort keys %INC ) { print "$Key\n" ; } sub get_pages { my $url = shift ; my $html = $thi->call('LWP::Simple::get' , $url) ; print "GOT PAGE: ". length($html) ." bytes\n" ; }

Graciliano M. P.
"Creativity is the expression of liberty".


In reply to Re^4: Isolating dynamically loaded modules with Thread::Isolate. by gmpassos
in thread Isolating dynamically loaded modules with Thread::Isolate. by gmpassos

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