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I guess that wasn't so bad.

use English '-no_match_vars'; sub dbh { state $dbh; state $dbh_pid; if ( defined $dbh_pid && $PROCESS_ID != $dbh_pid ) { my $child_dbh = $dbh->clone; $dbh->{InactiveDestroy} = 1; $dbh = $child_dbh; $dbh_pid = $PROCESS_ID; $L->debug( "cloned database connection in PID $dbh_pid" ); } if ( ! defined $dbh ) { my ($u,$p) = ('user',':)'); $dbh = DBI->connect( "dbi:Sybase:server=sql.example.com", $u, $p, { RaiseError => 1 }, ); $dbh->do( $initialization_stuff ); $dbh_pid = $PROCESS_ID; $L->debug( "made new database connection in PID $dbh_pid" ); } return $dbh; }

In reply to Re: Simple DBI handle caching. by kyle
in thread Simple DBI handle caching. by kyle

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