[Flask] How to truely asynchronize a Flask application

Unai Rodriguez unai at sysbible.org
Wed Jan 4 10:45:30 EST 2017

Hi Christos,

Is your application hitting any errors/bottlenecks? What do you mean by
"works as a blocking server"?

The framework is production ready and you should be able to run it with
multiple users.

Or you're load testing it and the system cannot really cope? Could you
please clarify?

-- unai

On Wed, Jan 4, 2017, at 11:36 PM, Christof Verdonck wrote:

> Dear



> I developed a Flask web application, which while testing,

> did exactly what I expected from it.


> But now that we want to access this application (which performs long-
> lasting queries to the database)
> with multiple users, I realize that the Flask, he way I have used
> it,works as a blocking server.

> As I am new to both Python and Flask development,

> I wonder if someone guide me on how I could

> make this application run in an a-synchronize way?

> Meaning: multiple (read a lot of) users served at the same time.



> I thank you in advance



> Christos

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