Hello Tatsuo,

We're not resetting the prepared[] array when we pull the plug on an
existing connection.

Is a connection per transaction really a sane case to consider?

Yes, I would think. This case reveals the connection overhead. We
already are able to handle the simple query cases. Why not for
extended query cases?

Probably it can be made to work, but it is much less useful to prepare a statement which is known to be needed just once, so I think it would be fine to simply forbid "-M prepared" and "-C" together.


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