right now I have a single task that runs once a day and am wondering if it 
would be a good idea to split it into "atoms"/ smaller bits soas to take 
advantage of work division ( use several workers instead of just one). I 
can't figure out how to do this since all the work to do depends on a 
single db(db.....).select 
so actually the task behaves like so :
(1) select a bunch of rows
(2) aggregate rows into atoms/groups
(3) process every atom

It's not clear to me wether it's a good thing  to have more than one worker 
to  gain performances and in such case how to  distribute work related to a 
single select accross workers ?

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