On Fri, 23 May 2003, Christopher Kings-Lynne wrote:
> > Maybe a stupid question, but I wondered if when using persisten
> > connection, I could be sure there would be no problem. From the doc,
> > currval "Returns the value most recently obtained by nextval for this
> > sequence in the current server process."
> > Can you confirm me several script using the same persistent connection
> > in parallel are in separate server processes?
> PHP will execute 'begin; rollback;' to your connection before passing it to
> another PHP process, guaranteeing that unclosed transactions won't leak.
Didn't it used to not do that? I remember posts about people having
issues with transaction bleedover back in the day.
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