This looks exactly like what we want. Currently we are using JDBC to
maintain persistent connections. The advantage to this is that you can
use the JDBC driver written specifically for your version of Postgres
(level 1 or level 4, I forget which is the closest). Do you have any
idea how close sqlrelay could be considered or if there is another
pooling software that fits the description, but fits into JDBC some how?
I appreciate your help!
>> Here is the scenario I am running into:
>> I have a cluster of databases. I also have another cluster of
>> machines that will have to talk with some of the database machines.
>> Rather than set up a connection to each databases from each of the
>> 'talking' machines, is it possible to share a single connection to a
>> database between machines? Does such a connection pooling/sharing
>> software exist? Thanks in advance for the advice!
> Yep, called SQL Relay and can be found at
> I find it especially handy with Oracle, as OCI connections incur
> pretty big overhead.
> -- Mitch
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