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Apache::DBI is transparent in use (it says so in the docs), thus just calling "connect" is fine. The DBI docs say "the behaviour of this method differs in several respects from the behaviour of persistent connections implemented by Apache::DBI" about connect_cached. So I guess using Apache::DBI and then calling connect_cached could be the causing some conflicts.


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