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    • Yorick Peterse's avatar
      Track and act upon the number of executed queries · cca61980
      Yorick Peterse authored
      This ensures that we have more visibility in the number of SQL queries
      that are executed in web requests. The current threshold is hardcoded to
      100 as we will rarely (maybe once or twice) change it.
      
      In production and development we use Sentry if enabled, in the test
      environment we raise an error. This feature is also only enabled in
      production/staging when running on GitLab.com as it's not very useful to
      other users.
      cca61980
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