module Lwt_preemptive : sig..end
This module allows to mix preemptive threads with Lwt cooperative threads. It maintains an extensible pool of preemptive threads to which you can detach computations.
val detach : ('a -> 'b) -> 'a -> 'b Lwt.t
detaches a computation to a preemptive thread.
val run_in_main : (unit -> 'a Lwt.t) -> 'a
run_in_main f executes f in the main thread, i.e. the one executing Lwt_main.run and returns its result.
val init : int -> int -> (string -> unit) -> unit
init min max log initialises this module. i.e. it launches the minimum number of preemptive threads and starts the dispatcher.
val simple_init : unit -> unit
simple_init () does a simple initialization. i.e. with default parameters if the library is not yet initialised.
Note: this function is automatically called Lwt_preemptive.detach.
val get_bounds : unit -> int * int
get_bounds () returns the minimum and the maximum number of preemptive threads.
val set_bounds : int * int -> unit
set_bounds (min, max) set the minimum and the maximum number of preemptive threads.
val set_max_number_of_threads_queued : int -> unit
Sets the size of the waiting queue, if no more preemptive threads are available. When the queue is full, Lwt_preemptive.detach will sleep until a thread is available.
val get_max_number_of_threads_queued : unit -> int
Returns the size of the waiting queue, if no more threads are available