At the end of discussion, the best bet for something that "approaches"
a threaded version of multiple queries would be something like:
1. open connection to database
2. issue query using asynchronous call (mysql and postgresql support
this, haven't checked the others)
3. pick up result when ready
To get the threaded-ness, just open a connection per query you want to
run asynchronous and pick it up when you're ready for it - i.e.
iterate over steps 1-2, then do step 3 when things are ready.
On 26 March 2010 12:45, Richard Quadling <rquadl...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> As I understand things, one of the main issues in the "When will PHP
> grow up" thread was the ability to issue multiple queries in parallel
> via some sort of threading mechanism.
> Due to the complete overhaul required of the core and extensions to
> support userland threading, the general consensus was a big fat "No!".
> As I understand things, it is possible, in userland, to use multiple,
> non-blocking sockets for file I/O (something I don't seem to be able
> to achieve on Windows http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=47918).
> Can this process be "leveraged" to allow for non-blocking queries?
> Being able to throw out multiple non-blocking queries would allow for
> the "queries in parallel" issue.
> My understanding is that at the base level, all queries are running on
> a socket in some way, so isn't this facility nearly already there in
> some way?
> Richard Quadling
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