Albe Laurenz wrote:
Thanks to everybody who answered.

Maybe it is really the best thing to use a tool like postgresql-relay or
pgpool - I will investigate these.
I'm not eager to reinvent the wheel.

We have considered relocating DNS entries, but the problem is that a
changed
DNS entry takes long to propagate; in particular Windows has a caching
problem there.
So even if you specify the TTL of the DNS records to be 60 seconds for
the front end labels you put on your servers, Windows will not refresh
after that period of time, even though it should?

[snip]
Yours,
Laurenz Albe

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