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doubts about pool of connections with my application developed in PHP

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I have some doubts about pool of connections with my application developed in PHP. I want optimize the use of resources and database connections has a high computational cost. So the idea is keep a pool of open connections with database.
I'm using Apache webserver, language PHP and PostgreSQL database. In this case the pool of conections must be configured on Apache, PHP or PostgreSQL?

posted Sep 2, 2013 by Amit Parthsarthi

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That's what mod_dbd does for you.

But using a connection pool with PHP throws you straight into PHP-vs-threading issues. Is your application thread-safe?

answer Sep 2, 2013 by Satish Mishra
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