scott.marlowe wrote:

A few tips from an old PHP/Apache/Postgresql developer.

1: Avoid pg_pconnect unless you are certain you have load tested the system and it will behave properly. pg_pconnect often creates as many issues as it solves.

I share the above view. I've had little success with persistent connections. The cost of pg_connect is minimal, pg_pconnect is not a viable solution IMHO. Connections are rarely actually reused.

Adam Alkins

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