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Rust vs Go Issue
7 projects | /r/rust | 4 Apr 2023
I remember doing something similar to OP recently. Goroutines also incur a bit of overhead (have to be GC'd and so on), and the same worker pool technique can be applied to them in much the same way, as seen in popular libraries like https://github.com/panjf2000/ants
Beginner ~ Intermediate Go programmer, how can I get better in go and get out of the "beginner" phase?
6 projects | /r/golang | 9 Mar 2023
The best example I can give you is https://github.com/nutsdb/nutsdb it’s great project that got me started, one thing one should know is Go is different “yep” so there’re some coding habits that may bite you in Go and the Go compiler won’t correct you, you wanna learn about optimizations, unsafe usage check out https://github.com/valyala/fasthttp (note this is deep the rabbit hole), wanna learn concurrency check out ants https://github.com/panjf2000/ants with a little aid from “Go by example” you’re good to go
Conc: Better Structured Concurrency for Go
5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 11 Jan 2023
conc seem similar to ant lib (https://github.com/panjf2000/ants). Is there any considerable difference between them?
Dynamic number of Goroutines based on load?
2 projects | /r/golang | 19 Aug 2022
You can try use this one https://github.com/panjf2000/ants We are using that as well for that purpose
Itogami, the best golang thread-pool till date
5 projects | /r/golang | 15 Jun 2022
Benchmarking was performed against existing golang threadpool implementations Ants and Gamma-Zero-Worker-Pool and unlimited goroutines
Parapipe - FIFO paralleling pipeline with concurrent job processing
2 projects | /r/golang | 18 Apr 2021
Looks interesting, but what new concepts/features does it bring to the table compared to the already battletested ants library? Link: https://github.com/panjf2000/ants
What are some alternatives?
go-waitgroup - A sync.WaitGroup with error handling and concurrency control
tunny - A goroutine pool for Go
goworker - goworker is a Go-based background worker that runs 10 to 100,000* times faster than Ruby-based workers.
workerpool - Go simple async worker pool
pond - 🔘 Minimalistic and High-performance goroutine worker pool written in Go
threadpool - Golang simple thread pool implementation
WorkerGo - A worker pool implementation for Go
grpool - Lightweight Goroutine pool
pool - :speedboat: a limited consumer goroutine or unlimited goroutine pool for easier goroutine handling and cancellation