Hi, guys. I'm new to Rust.
I have a function
do_something(start: u64, end: u64) -> Result<JobResult, JobError>, and I can spawn multiple
do_something() calls and gather all the
JobResult into a
I don't how to do it concurrently with async/await, I have no yet previous Rust async/await knowledge.
Is there anyone can help with this?
It depends on what your jobs are exactly doing and how. Do you mean that currently you are spawning threads and joining them? Are your jobs I/O bound or compute bound? Etc.
Do you mean that currently you are spawning threads and joining them?
Yes, spawning the job concurrently, and then joining the result if anyone is finished.
Are your jobs I/O bound or compute bound? Etc.
Mostly query from a memory DB(LMDB), I have no idea if it's IO bound or compute bound.
If these jobs are based around network I/O, then async/await is appropriate, and
futures::join_all does this.
If these jobs do anything else, especially CPU-bound tasks, then it's better to use
My job mostly queries from a memory DB(LMDB), but I have no idea if it's IO bound or compute bound.
Since LMDB is an in-memory database, I'll assume the crate you use to access LMDB provides a synchronous interface (no
Futures returned, no mentions of
async in the documentation), hence your tasks should count as CPU-bound.
If you have an iterator of the
(start, end) pairs that are the input to your
do_something function, you can use the aforementioned
rayon crate to create a parallel iterator (look for
par_iter). You can then use the usual iterator methods to perform your processing (i.e.
map and friends).
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