> > Depending on your web development environment (java, php, .NET) etc,
> > you should be able to use some mechanism that will provide a pool of
> > connections to the database. Each request does not open a new
> > connection (and then release it), but insteads gets a connection from
> > the pool to use, and returns it back to the pool when done.
> Where can I find some examples for connection pooling with php? Or must I
> just use persistence connections?
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