On Mon, Oct 19, 2015 at 3:45 AM, Etsuro Fujita
<fujita.ets...@lab.ntt.co.jp> wrote:
> As Tom mentioned, just recomputing the original join tuple is not good
> enough.  We would need to rejoin the test tuples for the baserels even if
> ROW_MARK_COPY is in use.  Consider:
> A=# BEGIN;
> A=# UPDATE t SET a = a + 1 WHERE b = 1;
> B=# SELECT * from t, ft1, ft2
>      WHERE t.a = ft1.a AND t.b = ft2.b AND ft1.c = ft2.c FOR UPDATE;
> where the plan for the SELECT FOR UPDATE is
> LockRows
> -> Nested Loop
>    -> Seq Scan on t
>    -> Foreign Scan on <ft1, ft2>
>         Remote SQL: SELECT * FROM ft1 JOIN ft2 WHERE ft1.c = ft2.c AND ft1.a
> = $1 AND ft2.b = $2
> If an EPQ recheck is invoked by the A's UPDATE, just recomputing the
> original join tuple from the whole-row image that you proposed would output
> an incorrect result in the EQP recheck since the value a in the updated
> version of a to-be-joined tuple in t would no longer match the value ft1.a
> extracted from the whole-row image if the A's UPDATE has committed
> successfully.  So I think we would need to rejoin the tuples populated from
> the whole-row images for the baserels ft1 and ft2, by executing the
> secondary plan with the new parameter values for a and b.

No.  You just need to populate fdw_recheck_quals correctly, same as
for the scan case.

Robert Haas
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