[erlang-questions] pool of jinterface noes

Steven Edwards cureadvocate@REDACTED
Sun Feb 15 16:05:59 CET 2009

Using the queue module seems like the easiest to me.


Spawn the JInterface nodes, push them into a queue as they come online with
queue:in/2.  queue:out/1 when you need to dispatch to one, then push it back
when its done.

On Sun, Feb 15, 2009 at 6:00 AM, <erlang-questions-request@REDACTED>wrote:

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> From: Dmitrii Dimandt <dmitriid@REDACTED>
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> What's the simplest way to create a load-balancing pool of jinterface
> nodes.
> I realize simplest is not always the most efficient, so if anyone has
> an efficient implementation, I'd love to learn that as well :)
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