[Flask] flask queue question

Abdesslem Amri amriabdesslem at gmail.com
Fri Jul 7 03:19:04 EDT 2017

Using the simple app.run() from within Flask creates a single synchronous
server on a single thread capable of serving only one client at a time.

2017-07-07 3:02 GMT+02:00 Rita <rmorgan466 at gmail.com>:

> Been using flask in my lab for the past few years. It just works. We
> recently got some grad students and it seems we are seeing some slowness in
> our flask applications running on Windows 2012 with enthought python.
> currently I am running it in a single threaded mode with nginx (
> http://flask.pocoo.org/docs/0.12/deploying/wsgi-standalone/#proxy-setups).
> My question is: When 2 users hit my flask page, does it get blocked until
> the first user finishes his request - it seems that the case. Is there a
> way to view the "queue" length? How is this queue maintained, or is it done
> by operating system networking stack?
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