#-- Create a new Scheduler object my $scheduler = Event::ExecFlow::Scheduler::XYZ->new ( ... );
#-- Attach scheduler to a group job with parallel execution $group_job->set_parallel(1); $group_job->set_scheduler($scheduler);
#-- The following methods gets called by Event::ExecFlow #-- at runtime $scheduler->schedule_job($job); $scheduler->job_finished($job);
Event::ExecFlow ships a very simple example for a scheduler which just limits the maximum number of parallel executed jobs: Event::ExecFlow::Scheduler::SimpleMax.
Event::ExecFlow::Job +--- Event::ExecFlow::Job::Group +--- Event::ExecFlow::Job::Command +--- Event::ExecFlow::Job::Code
Event::ExecFlow::Frontend Event::ExecFlow::Callbacks Event::ExecFlow::Scheduler +--- Event::ExecFlow::Scheduler::SimpleMax
Jörn Reder <joern at zyn dot de>
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