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The Perl ResourcePool provides a generic way to use connection caching for any kind of resources like Net::LDAP or DBI. It includes a LoadBalancer to spread load across different servers and increase overall performance and availibility of service. The ResourcePool and LoadBalancer are easily extendable to cover your needs.

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Recent releases

  •  05 Jan 2005 21:58

    Release Notes: The usage of stringified objects as Hash keys (CPAN bug #9391) has been fixed.

    •  07 May 2003 21:00

      Release Notes: The "Bizarre copy of ARRAY in leave" bug when using the Perl debugger has been fixed (again).

      •  27 Mar 2003 21:33

        Release Notes: Two new LoadBalancer policies have been introduced: FailBack is a alias for FallBack, and FailOver acts like FailBack but stays on the fall back node upon failure of the primary node instead of recovering if the primary is available again.

        •  14 Mar 2003 19:26

          Release Notes: An obsolete dependency for the Storable module has been removed.

          •  27 Feb 2003 22:33

            Release Notes: This release introduces a new way to use ResourcePool and LoadBalancer. It implements the Command design pattern as described in the GOF Design Patterns book. This release is a preview; the features are not yet fully implemented and might therefore not be sufficient for your needs right now.


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