This commit vastly reduces the impact of auto
explain logging when enabled, while keeping
a negligible cost when disabled.
The first implementation was based on the idea
of subscribing to "sql.active_record" when
needed, and unsubscribing once done. This is
the idea behind AR::Relation#explain. Subscribe,
But with the current implementation of notifications
unsubscribing is costly, because it wipes an internal
cache and that puts a penalty on the next event.
So we are switching to an approach where a long-running
subscriber is listening. Instead of collecting the
queries with a closure in a dedicated subscriber, now
we setup a thread local.
If the feature is disabled by setting the threshold
to nil, the subscriber will call a method that does
nothing. That's totally cheap.