uwsgiconf comes with
runtime package which is similar to uwsgidecorators but offers different abstractions.
Various modules from that package can be imported and used runtime to configure different aspects of uWSGI, such as caching, locks, signals, rpc, etc.
Below are some examples of how you can use
from uwsgiconf.runtime.control import harakiri_imposed @harakiri_imposed(1) def doomed(): """Master process will kill this function after 1 sec.""" # or with harakiri_imposed(30): # Master will kill worker if code under that manager won't finish in 30 sec.
from uwsgiconf.runtime.locking import lock @lock() def locked(): """This function will be locked with default (0) lock.""" # or with lock(2): # Code under this context manager will be locked with lock 2.
from uwsgiconf.runtime.scheduling import register_timer_rb @register_timer_rb(10, repeat=2) def repeat_twice(): """This function will be called twice with 10 seconds interval (by default in in first available mule) using red-black tree based timer. """