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Implementing Worker Pools in Go - Go Concurrency
4 projects | /r/golang | 9 Jul 2021
This is a good starting point. As a next step you could introduce some already existing library, for example these ones: https://github.com/benmanns/goworker https://github.com/vardius/worker-pool https://github.com/xxjwxc/gowp
What are some alternatives?
go-waitgroup - A sync.WaitGroup with error handling and concurrency control
semaphore - 🚦 Semaphore pattern implementation with timeout of lock/unlock operations.
ants - 🐜🐜🐜 ants is a high-performance and low-cost goroutine pool in Go./ ants 是一个高性能且低损耗的 goroutine 池。
pond - 🔘 Minimalistic and High-performance goroutine worker pool written in Go
grpool - Lightweight Goroutine pool
neilotoole/errgroup - errgroup with goroutine worker limits
pool - :speedboat: a limited consumer goroutine or unlimited goroutine pool for easier goroutine handling and cancellation
tunny - A goroutine pool for Go
async - A safe way to execute functions asynchronously, recovering them in case of panic. It also provides an error stack aiming to facilitate fail causes discovery.
goworker - goworker is a Go-based background worker that runs 10 to 100,000* times faster than Ruby-based workers.