Python has built-in multiprocessing module in its standard library.
One simple example of using the Pool class is the following.
def myfunc(myfuncargs): 'some thing here' with Pool(10) as p: records = p.map(myfunc, myfuncargs)
However, there are limitations on this, especially on pickles. Another approach.
from multiprocessing import Pool from multiprocessing.dummy import Pool as ThreadPool with ThreadPool(1) as p: records = p.map(myfunc, myfuncargs)
map function will feed in a list of args to the function. So I have to use
p.map(myfunc, [arg]) for one arg.
L Ma (2018). 'The Python Language: Multi-Processing', Datumorphism, 05 April. Available at: https://datumorphism.leima.is/wiki/programming-languages/python/multiprocessing/.