INI Directive Removed

When an ini directive such as mysql.allow_persistent is removed, both ini_get() and ini_set() for it return false.

$allowPersistent = ini_get('mysql.allow_persistent'); // result: false


You can safely replace both ini_get() and ini_set() occurrences for these directives to false. For example:

$allowPersistent = false;

If the result is unused, you can remove the occurrences. If it's used as a condition, then you may be able to completely remove the block. For example:

- ini_set('mysql.allow_persistent');

- if (ini_get('mysql.allow_persistent')) {
-     // This block is no longer reachable, because the expression always evaluates to false.
- }

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