[Python-il] remote execution of python code
shai at platonix.com
Thu Jul 22 15:15:27 IDT 2010
I've just noted that 2 emails ago, you turned the discussion from public to
private. Please don't do that again.
On Thursday 22 July 2010 15:03:29 you wrote:
> On 07/22/10 14:30, Shai Berger wrote:
> > Hi,
> > On Thursday 22 July 2010 14:21:40 you wrote:
> >> On 07/22/10 12:09, Shai Berger wrote:
> >>> Why do you not want 3rd-party libraries?
> >> Because it's a deployment issue: 3rd-parties aren't unavailable on the
> >> remote host. And the "remote host" is a host in production environment.
> >> And it's not just a single host: there are hundreds.
> > You're assuming that with 3rd-party libs, you'd have to deploy "agents"
> > or whatever to all remote hosts. That is not necessarily the case, and if
> > I'm not mistaken, Fabric was designed specifically to solve this kind of
> > problems.
> > Hope this helps,
> > Shai.
> If you think the use-case I described can be implemented using rpyc
> (/pyro/fabric) w/o remote deployment, please show me how.
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