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Connectionpool Configurations

Reeta Champs

Joined: May 09, 2007
Posts: 5

In connectionpool configuration, How to calculate the min, max connections in pool. Also if we give maxpool=30, does that means that at any point of time only 30 people can connect to the website?

How can thousands of users will access the website concurrently if the max pool size is only 30?

Thanks In advance
Herman Schelti
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Joined: Jul 17, 2006
Posts: 387
hi Reeta,

No, it does not mean that only 30 people can connect to your website
(but a lot more).

It means that you can have 30 connections at the same time to your database.

An example:
If your average SQL-query takes 0.5 seconds, you can do about 60 queries per second. If the average user does 1 SQL-query per 10 seconds, you can handle about 600 users at the same time.

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