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NAME

Sys::ForkQueue - Run any number of jobs in a controlled manner in parallel.

SYNOPSIS

        use Sys::ForkQueue;
        my @jobs = qw(1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10);
        my $Queue = Sys::ForkQueue::->new({
                'jobs' => \@jobs,
                'code' => \&worker,
                'logger' => Log::Tree::->new(),
        });
        $Queue->run();

        sub worker { ... }

DESCRIPTION

This class implements a job controller that can run any number of jobs with configurable parllelism.

ATTRIBUTES

chdir

Change to this directory after fork.

If the given directory does not exist, change to /.

umask

Set this umask after fork.

jobs

Must contain a list of job names. Each will be passed to the CODEREF in $self->code() when it's runnable.

code

The CODEREF. This will called for every job in the list. Ths first argument will be the job name. The second one will be $self->args() which is an hashref.

args

This will be passed to every invocation of $self->code().

concurrency

Run this many jobs in parallel.

redirect_output

Redirect all output to this file.

chdir

Change to this directory after fork()ing.

setsid

Call setsid after fork().

delayedfork

Sleep for a brief time after fork. Set this to false if you plan to run many short lived jobs.

NAME

Sys::ForkQueue - Run any number of jobs in a controlled manner in parallel.

SUBROUTINES/METHODS

run

Run all enqueud jobs.

EAGAIN

Imported from Errno.

SIGTERM

Imported from POSIX.

WNOHANG

Imported from POSIX.

1; # End of Sys::ForkQueue

AUTHOR

Dominik Schulz <tex@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2012 by Dominik Schulz.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.




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