"Anagha Joshi" <ajoshi(at)nulinkinc(dot)com> writes:
> Consider the following:
> I opened 5 connections to the Postgres Server and did not use those
> connections at all.i.e. I did not perform any activity on the any
> What happens to those connections? Are they still Active after long
> duration? Or any session timeout related parameter has to be configured?
There is no connection timeout. I do not believe there should be one,
at least not on the server side.
We do use "TCP keepalive" mode, which means that if a remote machine
stops being contactable, connections from it will be closed after a
timeout. But that doesn't apply for local connections.
regards, tom lane
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