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Re: R/W splitting
Posted by: Jan Kneschke ()
Date: July 31, 2007 11:04PM

Yep, you only see a connection being in use when it is executing a query. Otherwise we move the connection back in to the connection pool as soon as we can.

connected_clients is perhaps a wrong name. It is the number of connections which are in use right now.
connected_clients + idling_connections is the number of open connections to the backends.

In my blog I have take the keep-alive tutorial apart and explained all the little steps about how and why it works. Check out http://jan.kneschke.de/2007/8/1/mysql-proxy-learns-r-w-splitting

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Jan Kneschke, MySQL Enterprise Tools



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/31/2007 11:05PM by Jan Kneschke.

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R/W splitting 4459 Jan Kneschke 07/30/2007 04:54PM
Re: R/W splitting 2177 Gerry Reno 07/31/2007 02:19PM
Re: R/W splitting 2365 Gerry Reno 07/31/2007 09:10PM
Re: R/W splitting 2207 Gerry Reno 07/31/2007 09:26PM
Re: R/W splitting 2336 Jan Kneschke 07/31/2007 10:03PM
Re: R/W splitting 2031 Gerry Reno 07/31/2007 09:32PM
Re: R/W splitting 1983 Gerry Reno 07/31/2007 10:11PM
Re: R/W splitting 2356 Gerry Reno 07/31/2007 10:38PM
Re: R/W splitting 2452 Jan Kneschke 07/31/2007 11:04PM
Re: R/W splitting 2332 Georgi Georgiev 08/01/2007 01:11AM
Re: R/W splitting 2458 Christopher Hubrich 08/01/2007 09:05AM
Re: R/W splitting 2325 Jan Kneschke 08/01/2007 09:34AM
Re: R/W splitting 2110 Christopher Hubrich 08/01/2007 09:45AM
Re: R/W splitting 2157 Christopher Hubrich 08/01/2007 10:06AM
Re: R/W splitting 2332 Jan Kneschke 08/01/2007 10:16AM
Re: R/W splitting 2369 Jan Kneschke 08/01/2007 10:16AM
Re: R/W splitting 2244 Christopher Hubrich 08/02/2007 01:05AM


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