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Justin Tocci justin at wfprod.com
Mon Jul 8 21:28:18 CEST 2013


I'm having trouble finding answers to my questions.
I'm looking for an example of a call to Postgres' async interface, libpq(PQsendQuery/PQgetResult).

Example Google searches that return no results:
ev_async PQsendQuery
ev_run PQsendQuery
ev_run PQgetResult
PQgetResult site:lists.schmorp.de/pipermail/libev/

Consequently, I'm inclined to conclude that I'm trying to do something I am not supposed to do.  

I have a PSGI app that sits between NGINX and PostgreSQL that I want to replace. I believe PSGI forks on each request. The child accepts a request, decrypts the user's cookie, then uses the cookie info to connect to Postgres as that user. The data comes back, the PSGI app wraps it in a response, sends it back to the user and exits. 

I want to use ev_async and PQsendQuery/PQgetResult to replace this PSGI application. My questions are: 

Is Libev the appropriate tool for this or is there something better? (Why can't I find an example?)

Is ev_async the proper watcher in this case? 

Can someone give me a three sentence explanation on how to go about this? (use x watcher, use idle for y, use a timer for z)

I was looking at adapting STUD (The Scalable TLS Unwrapping Daemon ) for this but the Ringbuffer is everywhere. I think it would be easier to get Libev and Libpq working together and then add SSL (to replace NGINX) after that. 


Regards,

Justin Tocci
Programmer
www.workflowproducts.com
7813 Harwood Road
North Richland Hills, TX 76180
phone 817-503-9545
skype justintocci

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