Lukas Kahwe Smith wrote:
> I am sure most of you have seen some blog post  on the mysql proxy
> . It basically allows you to proxy calls to the server. Inside the
> proxy you can write scripts (language is LUA) to do all sorts of funky
> things like auditing, r/w splitting by master/slave , connection
> pooling etc.
Sounds like mysql-proxy tries to mimic what pgsql's triggers and rules
and pgpool already do.
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