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Author jbrearley
Recipients jbrearley, sbt
Date 2013-01-14.18:39:00
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Hi Richard: Thanks for pointers on other methods.

I am coming from a TCL background, and learning Python. I have gone through
regular sockets, select, asyncore, sockserv, threading and multiprocessing
modules. Only multiprocessing seems to be able to use more than a single CPU and
the listener is nicely shared between proceses. Is there another module that
that would be better suited spreading tasks around CPUS and communicating
between hosts? I am trying to understand your reservations about using them for
communication over a network

Yes, if I was doing a production server, I would turn on authentication.

Regards, John Brearley 
613-259-5622 (H)
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