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django-mysqlpool 0.1-4

Django database backend for MySQL that provides pooling ala SQLAlchemy.

Latest Version: 0.1-9

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Introduction

This is a simple Django database backend that pools MySQL connections. This backend is based on a blog post by Ed Menendez.

http://menendez.com/blog/mysql-connection-pooling-django-and-sqlalchemy/

The main differences being:

  1. The work is done for you.
  2. Instead of cloning the Django mysql backend, we import it.

The actual pooling is done using SQLAlchemy. While imperfect (this backend is per-process only) it has usefulness. The main problem it solves for us is that it restricts a process to a certain number of total connections.

Usage

Configure this backend instead of the default Django mysql backend.

DATABASES = {
    'default': {
        'ENGINE': 'django_mysqlpool.backends.mysqlpool',
        'NAME': 'db_name',
        'USER': 'username',
        'PASSWORD': 'password',
        'HOST': '',
        'PORT': '',
    },
}

Configuration

You can define the pool implementation and the specific arguments passed to it. The available implementations (backends) and their arguments are defined within the SQLAlchemy documentation.

http://docs.sqlalchemy.org/en/rel_0_7/core/pooling.html

  • MYSQLPOOL_BACKEND - The pool implementation name ('QueuePool' by default).
  • MYSQLPOOL_ARGUMENTS - The kwargs passed to the pool.

For example, to use a QueuePool without threadlocal, you could use the following configuration:

MYSQLPOOL_BACKEND = 'QueuePool'
MYSQLPOOL_ARGUMENTS = {
    'use_threadlocal': False,
}
 
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