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Re: pgAdmin3 snapshots

From: Franco Bruno Borghesi <franco(at)akyasociados(dot)com(dot)ar>
To: jm(dot)poure(at)freesurf(dot)fr, Darko Prenosil <darko(dot)prenosil(at)finteh(dot)hr>,<pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: pgAdmin3 snapshots
Date: 2003-05-29 14:55:09
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Does anyone know if pgadmin3 still opens 1 connection for each database existing in the server?

The problem I had with pgadmin2 is that I had 10 users, and about 20 databases in my server.... when 
we were all working, my server had lots of backends running, and of course, hundreds of MB of swap space used,
even if we all were using the same database. I think its ODBC's fault.

Another tool I've tried is pgexplorer (, you have to pay for it too, its good, 
but not as good as pgmanager.

Anyway, my personal opinion is that PSQL is the best tool by far.

Here you'll a list of other GUIs available:

On Thursday 29 May 2003 07:41, Jean-Michel POURE wrote:
> Le Jeudi 29 Mai 2003 09:51, Darko Prenosil a écrit :
> >         Pgadmin3 development is in progress, and You can download it from
> > CVS. Works with linux too.
> Dear Darko,
> Daily snapshots, beta quality, from pgAdmin3 can be donwloaded from
> pgAdmin3 is under heavy development, so do not expect a fully functional
> software. Use with care and backup your data first. Untar an install in
> /usr/local/share. No depencies needed ...
> Cheers,
> Jean-Michel
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