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- Subject: Re: many different user types, long running process, many scripts: what to do?
- From: Asko Kauppi <askok@...>
- Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2007 18:51:53 +0300
[ I believe this has been addressed before -- lua-l archives and a
cup of coffee should do it? Also, this might be a candidate to the
Having said that,
Lua state creation is _really_ fast (like 1000's per second) so don't
be afraid. I'd try that first, since you always get a brand new state
Lua Lanes (haha, do I write a single email without mentioning it?)
provides a neat parallel mechanism to launch your custom scripts on
"other states" and collect their results back in the main one. Still
in lab, partly, mail me if fancying to try.
I think Rici mentioned some issues lately (yes, on 2-Apr) about when
it's safe to reuse a state.
Shea Martin kirjoitti 12.4.2007 kello 17:27:
I [have] many different scripts which will be run at various times.
I also have many different user types which have to be registered
before certain scripts run.
Is it best to create a VM, register the necessary user types and
cfunctions, then run a script? It seem redundant to define those
user types and cfunctions over and over again...
Would I be better, to only ever have one VM, and run all my scripts
through that vm? This seems like a potential hazard with name
Is there way to save on redundancy? Any other suggestions?
Performance is the real concern here.