I’d like to run my Streamlit app for multiple users so that some users can access it at the same time.
The app includes large-scale pre-trained language models and it exceeds the limit indicated in Deploy an app - Streamlit Docs, hence I plan to run the app in another way.
I’ve checked the discussion in Does streamlit is running on a single-threaded development server by default or not?, and still wonder my app using such a large model with
@st.cache(suppress_st_warning=True, allow_output_mutation=True) can be run in multi-threads.
Does the cached deep learning model support access from multiple threads?
Thank you in advance.
Hey there, were you able to find solution to this problem, i too have a speech recognition Pytorch model that i have served using Streamlit i am expecting multiple users to be working on the app at the same time.
Sadly the problems comes where i cannot directly pass the online speech recorded data from an object to the Pytorch model so i write into a . mp3 file and then load that mp3 file into Pytorch.
I have no clue on how would I be able to handle multiple users running the webapp.
Do you have any recommendations and resource links to help me out i would be highly grateful
Every streamlit session loaded from a client is unique. I would think then when deployed Kubernetes Cluster or platform like Google Cloud Run, the app should not have an issue as it scales depending on demand.
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