I know this is probably not a specific web2py issue, but rather a WSGI one. 
I am somewhat confused. However, this is not the largely discussed "Does 
web2py scale?" question.

I am wondering if a single web2py instance can handle two or more requests 
concurrently, or if two users access to the site at the same time, then one 
request is queued up?

I am deploying a site in PythonAnywhere for a small business, with 4 web 
workers. I guess that means 4 web2py processes and that the webserver will 
dispatch incoming requests to one idle process of those four?

Thanks in advance!

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