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May 30 2021
The upstream phabricator might also go away though I don't think that is quite as imminent.
Mar 24 2021
It's perfectly fine to configure cluster.databases with one service, and Phabricator internally (in effect) builds a one-service cluster.databases configuration (by looking at mysql.user, mysql.host, etc) if your configuration is empty. Swapping from mysql.user to cluster.databases causes (or, at least, should cause) no change in behavior -- and is happening behind the scenes anyway -- it just gives you access to the persistent flag.
Mar 11 2021
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Feb 9 2021
I suspect you're seeing that because when you reload a page by issuing a "Reload" command in your browser, most (all?) modern browsers interpret that to mean "Reload the page, skipping some/most/all caches". That is, the cache behavior of these sequences differs:
Eventually Phabricator ran out of local sockets (30k limit):
We need an easy way to tell logged-out traffic apart in our caching layer.
Dec 7 2020
I'm happy to take a look at this if someone with access has a chance to figure out where it isn't working on your end -- my expectation is that it's supposed to work, but I could definitely have overlooked something.