Lightweight connection pooler for the PostgreSQL database server.

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pgbouncer:is it OK putting on localhost or it's better on another server?

I'm about to migrate my (tiny) server farm to Google Cloud Platform and so giving the architecture a small restyling. One of the changes I'm about to commit is the introduction of pgBouncer, to manage ...
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pgbouncer and access to different databases

I've read pgbouncer documentation, but I didn't find how to separate access of different users to different databases. For example I've create 2 databases: test1 = host = test1.db.com port=5432 user=...
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Can't access PG Bouncer from my web server container

I'm running two docker containers. One for a flask app, and one running pgbouncer. It's important to note that I can connect to the pgbouncer setup using psql from the pgbouncer container. The ...
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PgBouncer not listening with no errors in logs

I currently have Postgres working on my server want to move to connection pooling. Looking around and PgBouncer seems to be the tool of choice. I have set it up and it claims to start fine with the ...
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pgbouncer - failed to restart

I am logged in to a server and trying to restart pgbouncer. $ /sbin/service pgbouncer restart Stopping pgbouncer service: [FAILED] pgbouncer already running ...