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fix, mysql `db:purge` respects `Rails.env`.
Previously this method always established a connection to the test database. This resulted in buggy behavior when combined with other tasks like `bin/rake db:schema:load`. This was one of the reasons why #15394 (22e9a91) was reverted: > I’ve replicated it on a new app by the following commands: 1) rails generate model post:title, 2) rake db:migrate, 3) rake db:schema:load, 4) rails runner ‘puts Post.first’. The last command goes boom. Problem is that rake db:schema:load wipes the database, and then doesn’t actually restore it. This is all on MySQL. There’s no problem with SQLite. -- DHH 22e9a91#commitcomment-6834245
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