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Choosing Pool Sizes

Posted By:Shashi Ray       Posted Date: November 24, 2009    Points: 15    Category: DataBase    URL:   
 

 

Being able to establish a maximum threshold is very important for large-scale systems that manage the concurrent requests of many thousands of clients. You need to monitor connection pooling and the performance of your application to determine the optimum pool sizes for your system. The optimum size also depends on the hardware on which you are running SQL Server.

During development, you might want to reduce the default maximum pool size (currently 100) to help find connection leaks.

If you establish a minimum pool size, you will incur a small performance overhead when the pool is initially populated to bring it to that level, although the first few clients that connect will benefit. Note that the process of creating new connections is serialized, which means that your server will not be flooded with simultaneous requests when a pool is being initially populated.

 

 

Shashi Ray

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