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DBAccessBase.php
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33 abstract class DBAccessBase implements IDBAccessObject {
38  protected $wiki = false;
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44  public function __construct( $wiki = false ) {
45  $this->wiki = $wiki;
46  }
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61  protected function getConnection( $id, $groups = [] ) {
62  $loadBalancer = wfGetLB( $this->wiki );
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64  return $loadBalancer->getConnection( $id, $groups, $this->wiki );
65  }
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76  protected function releaseConnection( IDatabase $db ) {
77  if ( $this->wiki !== false ) {
78  $loadBalancer = $this->getLoadBalancer();
79  $loadBalancer->reuseConnection( $db );
80  }
81  }
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92  public function getLoadBalancer() {
93  return wfGetLB( $this->wiki );
94  }
95 }
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wfGetLB
wfGetLB( $wiki=false)
Get a load balancer object.
Definition: GlobalFunctions.php:2825
wiki
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Definition: maintenance.txt:27
DBAccessBase\releaseConnection
releaseConnection(IDatabase $db)
Releases a database connection and makes it available for recycling.
Definition: DBAccessBase.php:76
IDBAccessObject
Interface for database access objects.
Definition: IDBAccessObject.php:55
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Definition: injection.txt:37
Wikimedia\Rdbms\IDatabase
Basic database interface for live and lazy-loaded relation database handles.
Definition: IDatabase.php:38
DBAccessBase\getConnection
getConnection( $id, $groups=[])
Returns a database connection.
Definition: DBAccessBase.php:61
Wikimedia\Rdbms\LoadBalancer
Database connection, tracking, load balancing, and transaction manager for a cluster.
Definition: LoadBalancer.php:41
DBAccessBase
Definition: DBAccessBase.php:33
DBAccessBase\getLoadBalancer
getLoadBalancer()
Get the database type used for read operations.
Definition: DBAccessBase.php:92
DBAccessBase\$wiki
$wiki
Definition: DBAccessBase.php:38
DBAccessBase\__construct
__construct( $wiki=false)
Definition: DBAccessBase.php:44