On 09/18/2015 10:47 AM, Tom Lane wrote:
Jan Wieck <j...@wi3ck.info> writes:
Attached is a complete rework of the fix from scratch, based on Tom's
The code now maintains a double linked list as suggested, but only uses
it to mark all currently valid entries as invalid when hashvalue == 0.
If a specific entry is invalidated it performs a hash lookup for maximum
efficiency in that case.
That does not work; you're ignoring the possibility of hashvalue
collisions, and for that matter not considering that the hash value
is not equal to the hash key. I don't think your code is invalidating
the right entry at all during a foreign key constraint update, and
it certainly cannot do the right thing if there's a hash value collision.
Attached is something closer to what I was envisioning; can you do
performance testing on it?
Sorry for the delay.
Yes, that patch also has the desired performance for restoring a schema
with hundreds of thousands of foreign key constraints.
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