[pgpool-general: 1911] Re: How to configure pgpool for reasonable speed

Lonni J Friedman netllama at gmail.com
Mon Jul 22 23:19:33 JST 2013

It would likely be far more useful if you provided details about your
environment.  You didn't even say what version of pgpool or postgres you
were using, or how any one else could replicate the problem you reported.
What does your pgpool.conf look like?  What kind of hardware?  Which OS?

On Mon, Jul 22, 2013 at 7:17 AM, KaBaSZo <tobix10 at gmail.com> wrote:

>    I have a problem with pgpool II configured in master-slave mode with
> replication on slony. I have configured postgres databases on each server
> to run as fast as they can and this was verified by me when I set up
> connection directly to the db server. However when connection is
> established by pgpool sth goes wrong, my webapp on tomcat starts very
> slowly(30min in compare to 5min without pgpool).
> I can't figure out what is wrong. On working webapp communication is a bit
> slower, but difference is so much smaller than at startup.
> PGPool use ssh tunnels to communicate with servers.
> I've read sth about pgpool and if I understood correctly number of
> connections(pools) is determine by tuples(database, user). I use only one
> database and user, is that a reason? If so is there anything I can do to
> speed up pgpool?
> Thanks in advance.
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L. Friedman                                    netllama at gmail.com
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