It all sounds very interesting. The connection pooling works well with uo
because otherwise each request has to open a new socket connection to
unirpcd which then has to spawn a new udcs process which in turn has to
spawn a udt process to do the work. That's a big overhead when you have
several million , milli second hits per day.

 I will await the articles.

Of course if you want to share a preview with me that would be most welcome.

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Not focusing on connection pooling at this point but that may be a
consideration for the future.  I've found that the overhead of the two
Apache method is so small that most of the gains offered by connection
pooling are minimized.
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