> I'm wondering if some of my issues might be alleviated by persistent
> client caches.
anything is possible.
> Now, I have the impression that these were unreliable and buggy and had
> been so for some time.
they appear to be more stable now. we use them on several customer's
in very specific cases. mainly with infrequently modified databases.
> Is this still the case? If not, where are the docs on how to configure
> them nowadays?
Enables persistent cache files. The string passed here is
used to construct the cache filenames. If it is not
specified, the client creates a temporary cache that will
only be used by the current object.
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