A generic thread-safe resource pool.
(fixed-pool open opts)
(fixed-pool open close opts)
A fixed pool of thingys. (open) is called to generate a thingy. (close thingy) is called when a thingy is invalidated. When thingys are invalidated, the pool will immediately try to open a new one; if open throws or returns nil, the pool will sleep for regenerate-interval seconds before retrying (open).
- :regenerate-interval How long to wait between retrying (open).
- :size Number of thingys in the pool.
- :block-start Should (fixed-pool) wait until the pool is full before returning?
Note that fixed-pool is correct only if every successful (claim) is followed by exactly one of either (invalidate) or (release). If calls are unbalanced; e.g. resources are not released, doubly released, or released and invalidated, starvation or unbounded blocking could occur. (with-pool) provides this guarantee.
(claim pool timeout)
Take a thingy from the pool. Timeout in seconds; if unspecified, 0. Returns nil if no thingy available.
Adds an element to the pool.
(invalidate pool thingy)
Tell the pool a thingy is no longer valid.
(release pool thingy)
Returns a thingy to the pool.
(with-pool [thingy pool timeout] & body)
Evaluates body in a try expression with a symbol ’thingy claimed from the given pool, with specified claim timeout. Releases thingy at the end of the body, or if an exception is thrown, invalidates them and rethrows. Example:
; With client, taken from connection-pool, waiting 5 seconds to claim, send ; client a message. (with-pool [client connection-pool 5] (send client a-message))