All we need is an easy explanation of the problem, so here it is.
or, in other words, is it possible to do this:
[databases] db1 = user=usr1 pool_size=10 application_name=app1 dbname=data1 ... db1 = user=usr2 pool_size=20 application_name=app2 dbname=data1 ...
such that when
usr1 attempts to connect to
db1, they have pool_size of 10 while
usr2 attempting to connect to same pool has 20?
How to solve :
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That won’t work for at least two reasons. The two rows are keyed alike, so only the 2nd will take affect. And those lines are not testing what the user is, they are commanding what the user will be. So connections coming in to pgbouncer for ‘db1’ will go to the real database as user ‘usr2’ (regardless of the specified incoming user) and as dbname ‘data1’
To do what you seem to want, you would need something like:
[databases] db1 = dbname=data1 [users] usr1 = max_user_connections=10 usr2 = max_user_connections=20
Note: Use and implement method 1 because this method fully tested our system.
Thank you 🙂