On Wed, Feb 23, 2005 at 01:37:28PM -0500, Tom Lane wrote:
> "Bruno Almeida do Lago" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Is there a real limit for max_connections? Here we've an Oracle server with
> > up to 1200 simultaneous conections over it!
> [ shrug... ] If your machine has the beef to run 1200 simultaneous
> queries, you can set max_connections to 1200.
> The point of what you were quoting is that if you want to service
> 1200 concurrent users but you only expect maybe 100 simultaneously
> active queries from them (and you have a database box that can only
> service that many) then you want to put a connection pooler in
> front of 100 backends, not try to start a backend for every user.
> Oracle may handle this sort of thing differently, I dunno.
>                       regards, tom lane

Oracle has some form of built-in connection pooling. I don't remember
the exact details of it off the top of my head, but I think it was a
'wedge' that clients would connect to as if it was the database, and the
wedge would then find an available database process to use.
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