On Thu, Feb 27, 2014 at 07:30:57PM +0900, Kyotaro HORIGUCHI wrote:
> Thank you for the labor for polishing this patch.
> I have no obvious objection at a glance on this new patch.
> I agree to commit this if you this is pertinent to commit except
> for the issue newly revealed by this patch. Though could you let
> me have some more time to examine this by myself and fully
> understand the changes what you made?
Yes; waiting several days is no problem.
> At Wed, 26 Feb 2014 23:29:35 -0500, Noah Misch wrote
> > An alternative was
> > to introduce a new RTE flag, say "append". An inheritance parent under a
> > UNION ALL would have append = false, inh = true; other inheritance parent
> > RTEs
> > would have append = true, inh = true; an RTE for UNION ALL itself would have
> > append = true, inh = false.
> I think that kind of complexity is not necessary for this issue.
> > Incidentally, I tried adding an assertion that append_rel_list does not show
> > one appendrel as a direct child of another. The following query, off-topic
> > for the patch at hand, triggered that assertion:
> > SELECT 0 FROM (SELECT 0 UNION ALL SELECT 0) t0
> > UNION ALL
> > SELECT 0 FROM (SELECT 0 UNION ALL SELECT 0) t0;
> This seems not to crash unless this patch is applied, but itself
> doesn't seem to be a bug.
To my knowledge, the query does not crash the server under any patch provided
on this thread.
> I think it should be cured along with
> this patch even if it is not the issue of this patch.
That would require changing rather different code, probably something in the
vicinity of pull_up_subqueries(). I'll leave it for another patch.
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