On Thu, May 19, 2016 at 5:50 PM, Andreas Karlsson <andr...@proxel.se> wrote: > I have gone through all our extensions and tried to tag all functions > correctly according to their parallel safety. > > I also did the same for the aggregate functions in a second patch, and for > min(citext)/max(citext) set a COMBINEFUNC. > > The changes for the functions is attached as one huge patch. Feel free to > suggest a way to split it up or change it in any way if that would make it > easier to review/apply. > > Some open questions: > > - How should we modify the aggregate functions when upgrading extensions? > ALTER AGGREGATE cannot change COMBINEFUNC or PARALLEL. My current patch > updates the system catalogs directly, which should be safe in this case, but > is this an acceptable solution? > > - Do you think we should add PARALLEL UNSAFE to the functions which we know > are unsafe to make it obvious that it is intentional? > > - I have not added the parallel tags to the functions used by our procedural > languages. Should we do so? > > - I have marked uuid-ossp, chkpass_in() and pgcrypto functions which > generate random data as safe, despite that they depend on state in the > backend. My reasoning is that, especially for the pgcrypto functions, that > nobody should not rely on the PRNG state. For uuid-ossp I am on the fence. > > - I have touched a lot of legacy libraries, like tsearch2 and the spi/* > stuff. Is that a good idea? > > - I decided to ignore that isn_weak() exists (and would make all input > functions PARALLEL RESTRICTED) since it is only there is ISN_WEAK_MODE is > defined. Is that ok?
I guess my first question is whether we have consensus on the release into which we should put this. Some people (Noah, among others) thought it should wait because we're after feature freeze, while others thought we should do it now. If we're going to try to get this into 9.6, I'll work on reviewing this sooner rather than later, but if we're not going to do that I'm going to postpone dealing with it until after we branch. -- Robert Haas EnterpriseDB: http://www.enterprisedb.com The Enterprise PostgreSQL Company -- Sent via pgsql-hackers mailing list (email@example.com) To make changes to your subscription: http://www.postgresql.org/mailpref/pgsql-hackers