Open Swoole Coroutine is similar to Coroutine in the other lanaguge or frameworks. OpenSwoole creates one coroutine for each reqeust and schedule mainly based on IO status of each request.
Please compare the difference between callback version and coroutine version in the example bellow.
Channel can be used to
sync multiple coroutines:
<?php $c = new Chan(1); $c->push($data); $c->pop();
PHP build-in functions like
syscall are not blocking and should not be used in OpenSwoole Coroutine context. You have use the coroutine version API:
<?php Co::sleep(1); Co::fread($fp); Co::gethostbyname('www.google.com');
The following client are supported with Coroutine:
ext-postgresqlextension is requried)
You can also write your own client with OpenSwoole TCP or UDP coroutine client.
OpenSwoole\HTTP\Server createS one coroutine for each request / connection, then maintain and schedule the request based on client side IO status within
You can use coroutine client within the following callback functions:
The following extensions have to be disabled to use Swoole Coroutine:
Swoole Coroutine documents: https://openswoole.com/docs/modules/swoole-coroutine
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