As in the previous recipe, sometimes we need to extract some information regarding the behavior of database integration. Many times, when your application's concurrent users are in the order of hundreds or thousands, you have to serve multiple DB connections at a time. This is exactly what we will learn in this recipe, using the CLI.
Think of a connection pool like a bucket pre-filled with a minimum number of ready-to-use connections for your application. There is also an upper bound limit that defines the maximum number of connections that the pool can hold. The default values for the minimum and maximum size of the pool are
20 respectively, with the
prefill attribute set to
false by default. This means ...