I am very familiar with the concepts of threads, processes and scaling 
issues. What i understand so far is:
(1) a web2py application process manages a number of threads dealing with 
(2) I can run one or more additional scheduler processes to unload the main 
process (#1)

doing (2) I may end up with more computing power allocated to  schedulers 
than to the w2p application ?

(3) I read that an Oracle server can run in multi-process mode but every 
process is independant ?
what for to run the same app in multi-process mode if processes can't 
coordinate themselves ?
is this only good in the case of independant applications running on the 
same server ?

Can a web2py app run in multi-process mode and stay synchronized ? if not 
how to scale it besides adding more threads to the main process?

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