Slick is backed by a custom executor, which is a wrapper around
java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor. This executor appears to be used with the default rejected execution handler
ThreadPoolExecutor.AbortPolicy, which throws
when the task queue becomes full. This is not desired behavior for my
use case: I'd rather block the fast producer than fail it, — which is
exactly what the pre-canned
ThreadPoolExecutor.CallerRunsPolicy would do if I could find a way to pass it to Slick.
Thanks in advance,