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Global Variable In Multiprocessing with Python

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Please share some thoughts of Global Variable In multiprocessing with examples for python.
Do we have some best practices of multiprocessing.

posted Oct 23, 2013 by Sanketi Garg

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Fundamentally, you can't have mutable globals in multiprocessing (though you can have immutables - they'll get copied into each subprocess). Instead, look into the various data structures like the queue, which can transfer information from one process to another. The best option depends a lot on what you're doing - but you can find some tips and ideas in the multiprocessing module's documentation.

answer Oct 23, 2013 by Bob Wise
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