[PATCH 19/25] vinyl: prepare write iterator heap comparator for deferred DELETEs
vdavydov.dev at gmail.com
Fri Jul 27 14:29:59 MSK 2018
In the scope of #2129, we won't delete the overwritten tuple from
secondary indexes immediately on REPLACE. Instead we will defer
generation of the DELETE statement until the primary index compaction.
However, it may happen that the overwritten tuple and the tuple that
overwrote it have the same secondary key parts, in which case the
deferred DELETE is not needed and should be discarded on secondary
index compaction. This patch makes the write iterator heap comparator
function discard such useless deferred DELETEs.
Note, this patch also removes the code that prioritises terminal
statements over UPSERTs in the write iterator, which, according to the
comment, may happen only during forced recovery. I don't see why we
should do that, even during forced recovery, neither have I managed to
find the reason in the commit history, so I dropped this code in order
not to overburden the write iterator logic with some esoteric cases.
Needed for #2129
src/box/vy_write_iterator.c | 13 ++++++++-----
1 file changed, 8 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)
diff --git a/src/box/vy_write_iterator.c b/src/box/vy_write_iterator.c
index b76c2ccb..7a3537f6 100644
@@ -244,12 +244,15 @@ heap_less(heap_t *heap, struct heap_node *node1, struct heap_node *node2)
if (lsn1 != lsn2)
return lsn1 > lsn2;
- * LSNs are equal. This may happen only during forced recovery.
- * Prioritize terminal (non-UPSERT) statements
+ * LSNs are equal. This may only happen if one of the statements
+ * is a deferred DELETE and the overwritten tuple which it is
+ * supposed to purge has the same key parts as the REPLACE that
+ * overwrote it. Discard the deferred DELETE as the overwritten
+ * tuple will be (or has already been) purged by the REPLACE.
- return (vy_stmt_type(src1->tuple) == IPROTO_UPSERT ? 1 : 0) <
- (vy_stmt_type(src2->tuple) == IPROTO_UPSERT ? 1 : 0);
+ return (vy_stmt_type(src1->tuple) == IPROTO_DELETE ? 1 : 0) <
+ (vy_stmt_type(src2->tuple) == IPROTO_DELETE ? 1 : 0);
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