QSqlDatabase connection instances are global reference counted objects which
can be crated using the QSqlDatabase::addDatabase(...) method and later
retrieved with QSqlDatabase::database(connectionname).
Connections should only be used from a single thread, and should be cleaned
up with QSD::removeDatabase(name), which implicitly closes the connection
when the last reference is removed.
Currently, the same connection (name) is reused over all threads, and
the connection is only removed implicitly by replacing it via addDatabase().
This leads to warnings, i.e.: "QSqlDatabasePrivate::addDatabase: duplicate
connection name '...', old connection removed."
As one reference is held by the m_db member, the implicit removal triggers
another warning: "QSqlDatabasePrivate::removeDatabase: connection '..."
is still in use, all queries will cease to work."
According to the documentation, "It is highly recommended that you do not
keep a copy of the QSqlDatabase around as a member of a class, as this
will prevent the instance from being correctly cleaned up on shutdown."
There is no need to keep a reference using a member variable, as retrieving
an open connection via QSqlDatabase::database(...) is cheap.
Create a per-thread DB connection on first use, and remove the connections
when the FetchSqlite instance is torn down.
Delaying the open is beneficial for the favicon instance, which may be
unused when the icon is already cached on disk.
See also T9626.