Checking network input processing by Python for a multi-threaded server
> socketserver threading model is that the main server loops waiting for
> connection requests, when it receives a request it creates a handler thread,
This data processing style can be generally fine as long as you would like
to work without a thread (or process) pool.
> and then it completely forgets about the thread
I have taken another look at the implementation of the corresponding methods.
I get an other impression from the statements ?self._threads.append(t)? (process_request)
and ?thread.join()? (server_close).
> -- the thread is independent and completes the handling of the request.
Will a corresponding return value bet set?
> If you need to ensure everything has finished before starting the next server instance,
I am still looking for the support of software constraints in this direction.
> you will have to write the extensions to socketserver.
Will the development situation evolve any more here?