pgproxy - PostgreSQL proxy server.

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pgproxy is a postgresql proxy server, through a pipe redirect connection, which allows you to filter the requested sql statement. In the future it will support multi-database backup, adapt to distributed databases and other schemes except the analyze sql statement.Start or shut down the proxy server.

https://github.com/wgliang/pgproxy

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