On Fri, Jan 8, 2016 at 11:22 PM, Amit Kapila <amit.kapil...@gmail.com> wrote: > That idea won't work as we need to separately register tranche for > each process. The other wayout could be to do it in CreateSharedProcArray() > which will be quite similar to what we do for other tranches and > it will cover all kind of processes. Attached patch fixes this problem. > > I have considered to separately do it in InitProcessPhase2() and > InitAuxiliaryProcess(), but then the registration will be done twice for > some > of the processes like bootstrap and same is true if we do this InitProcess() > instead of InitProcessPhase2() and I think it won't be similar to what > we do for other tranches. > > I have done the performance testing of the attached patch and the > results are attached with this mail. The main tests conducted are > pgbench read-write and read-only tests and the results indicate that > this patch doesn't introduce any regression, though you will see some > cases where the performance is better with patch by ~5% and then > regressed by 2~3%, but I think it is more of a noise, then anything > else.
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