As a user, I don't have to manually set the concurrency of my special workers to 1
Right now, the workers must be started with the -c 1 flag. It may be possible to detect the concurrency setting of a worker as part of the babysit() process, and it also may be possible to set it to 1. If these things are possible, it would be nice if the babysit() function did that for the user, if at least just to ensure that things are working properly.
#3 Updated by bmbouter over 1 year ago
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