-Re: Are curator framework consumers single threaded?
Jordan Zimmerman 2012-03-06, 19:20
Amirhossein, let's take this to the Curator Issues page:
On 3/6/12 10:59 AM, "Amirhossein Kiani" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>Thanks JZ! So for using the Executor in the PathChildrenCache, how does
>that work? Because previously I had the logic in the listener. Who will
>run the executor and how do I get the info about the changed node there?
>On Mar 6, 2012, at 12:02 AM, Jordan Zimmerman wrote:
>> The ListenerContainer for PathChildrenCache allows you to pass an
>>Executor along with your listener. So, that will give you the desired
>>behavior. DistributedQueue is _supposed_ to allow this as well, but it
>>looks like it doesn't. I view that as a bug. If you don't mind, please
>>post an issue on this here:
>> From: Amirhossein Kiani [[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
>> Sent: Monday, March 05, 2012 8:18 PM
>> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>> Subject: Are curator framework consumers single threaded?
>> Hi Jordan,
>> First of all, thanks a lot for all the great work on Curator! I have
>>started using it and it is amazingly simplifying my code!
>> I have just ran into this issue recently that I am using a Distributed
>>Queue, a Path Cache and a Distributed Double Barrier in my code, and
>>having some difficulties. I'm trying to run everything with the test
>>framework Curator provides and it seems like when I enter() the barrier
>>in one of my objects the other one (that is using a different client) is
>> Is there a way to have the Queue consumer object as well as Event
>>listeners for the Path Cache start in new threads?
>> Many thanks,