I use the User Queue a bit differently. The request is sent to the
pre-start job via a message but I need a way to get back a response when
it is finished. That's what I use the User Queue for.

On Tue, Oct 26, 2021 at 7:09 AM David Gibbs via MIDRANGE-L <
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On 10/26/21 7:27 AM, Patrik Schindler wrote:
Do I get this correct? You had a socket listener running (as PJ?),
and dynamically spawn workers?

I did something like that for my TCP servers.

Although I had a user configurable number of workers pre-spawned.

I didn't use PJ jobs ... I just submitted regular batch jobs to QUSRNOMAX.

I don't really understand what the queue is meant to do. A deposit
for communication between the socket listener and the peer

The data queue is used to hand the socket descriptor from the monitor
job to the worker job.

Each time the monitor job hands off a descriptor to a worker job, a new
worker job was spawned to take the place of the job being used.

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