jeudi 5 novembre 2015

Print from starmap_async() pool worker

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I'd like to throw out some basic status text from my pool workers, but I'm not getting any joy on the shell. I do get the return value of the function, when a worker has finished. But the print(q) outputs nothing.

The effect is identical if i replace starmap_async() with regular map_async() and unpack the q, p input inside le_funk().

This is a basic mock-up of what I'm trying to do:

import multiprocessing as mp

def le_funk(q,p):

if __name__ == '__main__':
    with mp.Pool(maxtasksperchild=1) as pool: 
        arg = [('a','b'), ('e','f'), ('i','j'), ('o','p'), ('u','v')]
        res = pool.starmap_async(le_funk, arg)
        # Stay calm and wait for workers to finish.

I've seen it done here so apparently its possible. They just use the older non-with setup but either gives no print output in my python 3.5 windows terminal.

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