[erlang-questions] Sending messages to multiple processes?
Mon May 4 23:21:12 CEST 2009
No, as there is no basic primitive for sending a message to more than one
2009/5/1 G.S. <corticalcomputer@REDACTED>
> Is the broadcasting of msgs using pg or pg2 faster than simply having a
> list of pids and looping through them?
> 2009/4/30 Davide Marquês <nesrait@REDACTED>
> Hi Kevin,
>> Is there a neato idiom for sending a single message to multiple
>>> processes, up to say 200, or do I just need to loop it?
>> No "idiom" that I'm aware of.
>> You can use the pg module to group a bunch of processes together and
>> send them messages via the group name. Info:
>> I also need to know they finished processing the message. Is this the
>>> wrong road to go down?
>> That's just a matter of sending the "master process" Pid to the
>> workers/slaves when they are started and having then report back when
>> they're done.
>>> Basically I'm starting 200 processes, reading in a single file, and each
>>> process is fed the same line of the file one by one until the end, but
>>> they all handle it differently, and when they have finished all the
>>> lines, they spit out a modified file, and return a value to indicate
>>> they are finished.
>> For this simple case you can stick to your own master/slave processes. :)
>>> Thanks for any advice,
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