Marko Kreen <markokr(at)gmail(dot)com> writes:
> If the pooler gets new connection with same username:database
> as some existing connection, but with different appname,
> what it is supposed to do?
Whatever it wants to. People seem to be imagining that the appname
isn't under the control of the pooler. It's a connection property,
remember? It won't be set at all unless the pooler explicitly sets it
or allows it to be set.
I would imagine that typically a pooler would consider the whole
connection string as defining connection properties and so appname would
work the same as username or anything else, ie, you get shunted into
a different connection pool if you ask for a different appname.
regards, tom lane
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