Inter-process EventEmitter over process.send and TCP/IP or UNIX Domain Sockets
pid: NumberString // The origin (pid) of the message.pids: Array // An array of each pid the message passed.to: NumberString // Target of the message. (.push())route: Array // An array of process-pids representing// the route the message should take. (.push())type: Number // Type of the message (eg event, push, broadcast).
Emitted when the instance of IpEventEmitter is ready. This event is exclusive to the process.
Emitted to signal other processes that a new process connected.
The identifier of a process.
.emit(eventName, arg1, arg2, ...)
Emits an event and sends it up to the parent-process.
.push(pids, eventName, arg1, arg2, ...)
Pushes an event down to a specific child-process. Once reached there, .push() emits the event.
.broadcast(eventName, arg1, arg2, ...)
Sends an event to all child-processes listening to the event
Forks a new node child-process.
Forks a new child-process via the core cluster-module.
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