Kristian Nielsen <kniel...@knielsen-hq.org> writes:
> andrei.el...@pp.inet.fi writes:
>> First the parent errros out goes to `finish_event_group()' but it's
>> possible it does not have yet the child in its `subsequent_commits_list'
>> So I understood so far that the retrying worker needs to check
>> `stop_on_error_sub_id' that effectively reflects the error status.
> Agree, the basic fix looks correct, of checking stop_on_error_sub_id.
> And yes, there are probably cases where after stop_on_error_sub_id is set,
> earlier transactions are aborted early without setting up the
> subsequent-transaction-chain, so that wait_for_prior_commit cannot be relied
> upon, and stop_on_error_sub_id must be checked.
> So again, nice catch, this would be nasty to try and debug from errors seen
> only in a user's setup.
> I am only wondering about two points, if there is something that needs to be
> adjusted in the patch around the error exit after stop_on_error_sub_id, or
> perhaps something else not yet understood going on:
> Number one:
>>>> + if (!rgi->worker_error)
>>>> + rgi->worker_error= 1;
>>>> + }
>>> I would have expected an abort (goto err) here (or well just below, after
>>> unlocking the mutex). Is this not needed, and if so, why not?
>> I left it to upcoming (in 2 lines) THD::wait_for_prior_commit(). It
>> takes care to check out `worker_error'.
>> int wait_for_prior_commit(THD *thd)
>> Quick inline check, to avoid function call and locking in the common
>> where no wakeup is registered, or a registered wait was already
>> if (waitee)
>> return wait_for_prior_commit2(thd);
>> if (wakeup_error)
>> my_error(ER_PRIOR_COMMIT_FAILED, MYF(0));
>> return wakeup_error;
>> No waitee is guaranteed as this worker skipped
> Sorry, I don't get it. wait_for_prior_commit() checks
> thd->wait_for_commit_ptr->wakeup_error, not rgi->worker_error?
> wait_for_prior_commit() doesn't have access to rgi.
Thanks for this check. Indeed, I did not fully recover from earlier
confusion between the two (too much closely named (in some metrics)
identifier they are!).
thd->wait_for_commit_ptr->wakeup_error := 1
is meant even though the test passes (must be thanks to
rgi->worker_error later checks).
>> list. And that's how the parent's `wakeup_error' never reaches the
>> child. This is certainly the case when a child retries after a temp
>> failure. In the test condition the child's `worker_error' is zero, but
>> if a non-zero case `worker_error' gets cleared anyway through
> Isn't there some confusion here? Between "wakeup_error", which sits inside
> struct wait_for_commit, and indicates that a prior event group failed. And
> "worker_error" in rpl_group_info, which indicates that _this_ event group
> failed, and is used to remember to do proper error cleanup inside the worker
> Number two:
>> You must mean the retrying worker stops doing it optimistically. I saw that.
>> But I saw through logs that at times a worker
>> could re-try about the number of worker pool size.
>> Perhaps this unrestrained behaviour was caused by lack of a check of the
>> current patch.
> Yes, that is what I mean. And yes, the underlying bug with missing check on
> stop_on_error_sub_id might have caused this as a secondary effect.
> My point was just that users should not need to set a high retry count just
> from using parallel replication (remember, several thousand worker threads
> have been used with success on production data). So if this is necessary in
> a test case, it might indicate a problem with the code...
I am making changes to submit a newer version very soon.
Thanks for your help!
> - Kristian.
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