On Sun, May 15, 2016 at 12:53:13PM +0000, Clément Prévost wrote:
> On Mon, May 9, 2016 at 4:50 PM Andres Freund <and...@anarazel.de> wrote:
> > I think it's a good idea to run a force-parallel run on some buildfarm
> > members. But I'm rather convinced that the core tests run by all animals
> > need some minimal coverage of parallel queries. Both because otherwise
> > it'll be hard to get some coverage of unusual platforms, and because
> > it's imo something rather relevant to test during development.
> >
> Good point.
> After some experiments, I found out that, for my setup (9b7bfc3a88ef7b), a
> parallel seq scan is used given both parallel_setup_cost
> and parallel_tuple_cost are set to 0 and given that the table is at least 3
> times as large as the biggest test table tenk1.
> The attached patch is a regression test using this method that is
> reasonably small and fast to run. I also hid the workers count from the
> explain output when costs are disabled as suggested by Tom Lane and Robert
> Haas on this same thread (
> http://www.postgresql.org/message-id/CA+TgmobBQS4ss3+CwoZOKgbsBqKfRndwc=hlialaep5axqc...@mail.gmail.com
> ).
> Testing under these conditions does not test the planner job at all but at
> least some parallel code can be run on the build farm and the test suite
> gets 2643 more lines and 188 more function covered.
> I don't know however if this test will be reliable on other platforms, some
> more feedback is needed here.

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