[pgpool-general: 6223] Re: Significance of NUM_INIT_CHILDREN & MAX_POOL
pengbo at sraoss.co.jp
Wed Sep 5 17:36:57 JST 2018
On Tue, 04 Sep 2018 19:04:41 +0530
Nitish Kumar <itcell.mpwz at mp.gov.in> wrote:
> Hi Team,
> I am using PgPool II 3.7.5 in my production environment in Master/Slave streaming mode.
> I have 1 Master DB and 2 Slave DBs.
> I am not using PgPool II 's connection pooling i.e Connection Pooling in pgpool.conf file is set to OFF.
Do you mean "connection_cache = off"?
> In this scenario I want to know the complete detail of how the num_init_children & max_pool parameter will behave ? What is their significance
> when PgPool II 's connection pooling is set to OFF.
The connections to database will not be cached.
> Here is my configuration for DB's
> max_connections = 130
> Configuration in pgpool.conf file
> num_init_children = 25
> max_pool = 2
If connection_cache = off, max conections from pgpool to database will be 25.
> Kindly guide me with clear understanding of these parameters.
> Thanks in advance guys !
> Nitish Kumar
Bo Peng <pengbo at sraoss.co.jp>
SRA OSS, Inc. Japan
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