On 2009-12-7 17:34, Jim Fulton wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 7, 2009 at 11:00 AM, Alan Runyan<runy...@gmail.com>  wrote:
> ...
>> A design pattern for RDBMS is to have 2 pools. READ pool and WRITE pool.
>> Often the READ pool comes from some replica and WRITE is to the master.
>> I'm unsure this pattern would work for ZODB.  I know Malthe was thinking
>> about this but unsure if he had anything concrete.
>
> Would both pools be used by a single process?

 From what I gather on high-load sites it is common to use one pool for 
queries, and a second pool for updates. Both are used in the same 
process(es)/threads.

Wichert.

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