On 2016/04/15 14:31, Michael Paquier wrote:
On Thu, Apr 14, 2016 at 10:44 AM, Etsuro Fujita
On 2016/04/13 21:50, Michael Paquier wrote:
On Wed, Apr 13, 2016 at 9:46 PM, Robert Haas <robertmh...@gmail.com>
On Tue, Apr 12, 2016 at 10:24 PM, Etsuro Fujita
How about we encapsulate the while (PQisBusy(...)) loop into a new
function pgfdw_get_result(), which can be called after first calling
PQsendQueryParams()? So then this code will say dmstate->result =
pgfdw_get_result(dmstate->conn). And we can do something similar for
the other call to PQexecParams() in create_cursor(). Then let's also
add something like pgfdw_exec_query() which calls PQsendQuery() and
then pgfdw_get_result, and use that to replace all of the existing
calls to PQexec().
Then all the SQL postgres_fdw executes would be interruptible, not
just the new stuff.
I would be happy if you work on that.
OK, so I have finished with the attached.
Thank you for working on that!
One thing that I noticed in
the previous patch version is that it completely ignored cases where
multiple PGresult could be returned by server, say when multiple
queries are sent in the same string: PQexec gets always the last one,
so I think that we had better do the same here.
so I think that we had better do the same here. I have switched all
the PQexec calls to a custom routine that combines
PQsendQuery/PQgetResult, and PQexecParams is switched to
PQsendQueryParams/PQgetResult. This structure allows all queries run
though postgres_fdw.c to be interruptible.
How about doing something similar for PQprepare/PQexecPrepared in
postgresExecForeignInsert, postgresExecForeignUpdate, and
postgresExecForeignDelete? Also, how about doing that for PQexec in
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