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16:10:17  <student>Hi, i've got a technical question regarding Node.js and libuv: Assume on every request to a webserver the application querys the database to get content of the page. Now the page gets 100 visitors simultaneously but the thread pool has a size of 4, is Node able to handle only the first 4 querys, then the next 4 until every 100 requests are served?
16:10:18  <student>Or will the thread pool spawn new threads for querying the database?
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16:33:44  <bnoordhuis>student: depends. not everything goes through the thread pool
16:34:18  <bnoordhuis>student: and not everything that uses threads uses the built-in thread pool
16:35:14  <bnoordhuis>student: but assuming it does go through the thread pool, then yes, requests will be put in a queue
16:35:59  <bnoordhuis>student: the size of the thread pool is static now (although there is a pull request to change that) but you can change it with the UV_THREADPOOL_SIZE environment variable
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16:51:13  <student>bnoordhuis: thanks for the info!
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20:08:29  <boopsies>so- I'm trying to use libuv with another library that exposes its FDs for polling
20:09:26  <boopsies>i've been trying to use http://docs.libuv.org/en/latest/poll.html but the library can pass me a non-libuv pollfd structure, so i need to keep the original uv_poll_t objects around somewhere and map fds to them
20:09:48  <boopsies>i know on posixy things i can make an array and use the fd as index, but that won't work reliably on windows afaict
20:09:50  <boopsies>any ideas?
20:18:58  <nathan7>boopsies: can you attach a void* to it somewhere, like with the libuv handle?
20:19:12  <nathan7>because then you can have a pointer to the other in each
20:23:09  <boopsies>i don't think so, no :(
20:23:34  <boopsies>there's a user data member but that's not intialized when I need to start polling
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21:09:44  <nathan7>boopsies: ?
21:09:55  <boopsies>?
21:09:59  <nathan7>21:23:34 < boopsies> there's a user data member but that's not intialized when I need to start polling
21:10:15  <nathan7>you'd like, initialise it with your own pointer, to the uv_poll_t
21:10:41  <boopsies>yes, but this library is all callback-based
21:11:06  <boopsies>the user_space data is only passed properly on stuff like receive
21:11:13  <nathan7>mhm
21:11:21  <boopsies>i might just end up using a hashtable or something for windows fds
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