Blog Posts by Philip Hankinson
Can PgBouncer survive transient network events?
Can PgBouncer survive transient network events?
Feb 14, 2020

This is the final part of my technical responses to a series of questions about the use of PgBouncer. To read the other posts in the series, use the links below.

Can PgBouncer session survive everything we throw at it
Can PgBouncer session survive everything we throw at it?
Feb 6, 2020

This is part four of my technical response to a series of questions about the use of PgBouncer and what you need to look out for. To read the other...

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Can PgBouncer handle failover to a new machine?
Dec 17, 2019

Part Three: PgBouncer and persistent connections during downtime (This is part three of my technical response to a series of questions about the use...

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PgBouncer Connection Pooling: What to do when persistent connectivity is lost
Nov 13, 2019

(This is part two of my technical response to a series of questions about the use of pgbouncer and what you need to look out for. Part one can be...

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PgBouncer Tutorial: Installing, configuring and testing persistent PostgreSQL connection pooling
Oct 22, 2019

Connection pooling is a big deal in Postgres. Connections to the database can take a relatively large amount of overhead, especially if there are a...

Build the Essential Skills to Be a Successful PostgreSQL DBA
Nov 5, 2018

Open source databases are becoming an increasingly preferred option for organizations seeking high performance, lower cost alternatives to legacy...