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Connection Management in MongoDB and CongoMongo

Are connections pooled or not? Konrad Garus digs to find the answer:

Easy. Too easy and comfortable. Coming from the old good and heavy JDBC/SQL I felt uneasy with the connection management. How does it work? Does it just open a connection and leave it dangling in the air the whole time? Might be good for a quick spike in REPL, but not for a real application which needs concurrency, is supposed to be running for days and weeks, and so on. How do you maintain it properly?

Original title and link: Connection Management in MongoDB and CongoMongo (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://squirrel.pl/blog/2012/02/04/connection-management-in-mongodb-and-congomongo/