DBD::mysql doc seems to indicate there wouldn't be an issue, but the DBI
doc still indicates that is a no go to use a shared connection.
"However, the internal pointer data within the handles will refer to the
DBI and drivers in the original interpreter. Using those handles in the
new interpreter thread is not safe, so the DBI detects this and croaks
on any method call using handles that don't belong to the current thread
(except for DESTROY).
Because of this (possibly temporary) restriction, newly created threads
must make their own connections to the database. Handles can't be shared
across threads. "
Is this restriction still needed / enforced?
Impeva Labs, Inc.
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