Package: pgpool2 Version: 4.1.2-1.pgdg18.04+1 Architecture: i386 Maintainer: Debian PostgreSQL Maintainers Installed-Size: 5170 Depends: libpgpool0 (= 4.1.2-1.pgdg18.04+1), lsb-base (>= 3.0-3), postgresql-common (>= 26), ucf, libc6 (>= 2.15), libmemcached11, libpam0g (>=, libpq5, libssl1.1 (>= 1.1.0) Enhances: postgresql Conflicts: pgpool Replaces: pgpool Homepage: Priority: optional Section: database Filename: pool/main/p/pgpool2/pgpool2_4.1.2-1.pgdg18.04+1_i386.deb Size: 1173064 SHA256: a5e870c01fb8dce7be47ec6c3b550e1f08d8449ef226663ffd8a7229d5c57949 SHA1: 1c2b6b9ecc7f4961f0e4e0b942fb70aad7e8c67d MD5sum: e97692eb7e47e78671f313b7019c012b Description: connection pool server and replication proxy for PostgreSQL pgpool-II is a middleware that works between PostgreSQL servers and a PostgreSQL database client. It provides the following features: . * Connection Pooling * Replication * Load Balance * Limiting Exceeding Connections * Parallel Query . pgpool-II talks PostgreSQL's backend and frontend protocol, and relays a connection between them. Therefore, a database application (frontend) thinks that pgpool-II is the actual PostgreSQL server, and the server (backend) sees pgpool-II as one of its clients. Because pgpool-II is transparent to both the server and the client, an existing database application can be used with pgpool-II almost without a change to its sources. . This is version 3 of pgpool-II, the second generation of pgpool.