> Four: the idea is to split up the processes so that their threads
> use of the available CPUs. Python's global interpreter lock makes
> than one CPU within a single process problematic.
In the multiprocess setup, is it better to run a single thread per
process or multiple threads? Seems like multiple threads would still
prevent long running requests from tying up a processor, but the
overhead may not be worth it. I haven't had a change to do any testing,
so I was wondering if there was a concensus.
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