|author||Liutauras Adomaitis <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2019-08-21 13:15:22 +0300|
|committer||Liutauras Adomaitis <email@example.com>||2019-08-21 17:17:44 +0300|
Set default value of --max-tasks to None, which effectively makes pool workers work forever.
Summary: That should be a workaround for issue when multiprocessing spawns a process which never gets a task and that ends up with all pool processes not getting into a state to accept new task and emails start congest. Most probably that is a deadlock situation described in https://codewithoutrules.com/2018/09/04/python-multiprocessing/ . The solution is in Python3. Reviewers: vanmeeuwen Reviewed By: vanmeeuwen Subscribers: petersen, machniak Differential Revision: https://git.kolab.org/D803
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