Pool::collect

(PECL pthreads >= 2.0.0)

Pool::collectCollect references to completed tasks

Description

public void Pool::collect ( Callable $collector )

Allows the Pool to collect references determined to be garbage by the given collector

Parameters

collector

A Callable collector

Return Values

void

Examples

Example #1 Creating Pools

<?php
class MyWork extends Stackable {
    public function 
__construct() {
        
$this->complete false;
    }

    public function 
run() {
        
printf(
            
"Hello from %s in Thread #%lu\n"
            
__CLASS__$this->worker->getThreadId());
        
$this->complete true;
    }

    public function 
isComplete() { 
        return 
$this->complete
    }

    protected 
$complete;
}

class 
MyWorker extends Worker {
    
    public function 
__construct(Something $something) {
        
$this->something $something;
    }
    
    public function 
run() {
        
/** ... **/
    
}
}

$pool = new Pool(8, \MyWorker::class, [new Something()]);
$pool->submit(new MyWork());

usleep(1000);

$pool->collect(function($work){
    return 
$work->isComplete();
});
var_dump($pool);
?>

The above example will output:

Hello from MyWork in Thread #140222468777728
object(Pool)#1 (6) {
  ["size":protected]=>
  int(8)
  ["class":protected]=>
  string(8) "MyWorker"
  ["workers":protected]=>
  array(1) {
    [0]=>
    object(MyWorker)#4 (1) {
      ["something"]=>
      object(Something)#5 (0) {
      }
    }
  }
  ["work":protected]=>
  array(0) {
  }
  ["ctor":protected]=>
  array(1) {
    [0]=>
    object(Something)#2 (0) {
    }
  }
  ["last":protected]=>
  int(1)
}

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your dot brother dot t at hotmail dot com
3 months ago
The example code crashes and made me waste 2 working days
First of all, `Stackable` has no attribute named $worker or it's access method made it inaccessible.

Secondly, `Stackable` also doesn't have `getThreadId()` . It's best practice to use `Thread` class for realization of a thread since it has more control functions. It's better to use `Stackable` for object storage and use it's `run()` as its initialization.

The working example is

<?php
   
class MyWork extends Thread {
        protected
$complete;

        public function
__construct() {
           
$this->complete = false;
        }

        public function
run() {
           
printf(
               
"Hello from %s in Thread #%lu\n",
               
__CLASS__, $this->getThreadId());
           
$this->complete = true;
        }

        public function
isComplete() {
            return
$this->complete;
        }
    }

    class
Something {}

    class
MyWorker extends Worker {

        public function
__construct(Something $something) {
           
$this->something = $something;
        }

        public function
run() {
           
/** ... **/
       
}
    }

   
$pool = new Pool(8, \MyWorker::class, [new Something()]);
   
$pool->submit(new MyWork());

   
usleep(1000);

   
$pool->collect(function($work){
        return
$work->isComplete();
    });
   
var_dump($pool);
?>
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