On 2016/12/16 1:39, Tom Lane wrote:
Etsuro Fujita <fujita.ets...@lab.ntt.co.jp> writes:
On 2016/12/13 23:13, Ashutosh Bapat wrote:
A possible short-term fix may be this: instead of picking any random
path to stick into fdw_outerpath, we choose a path which covers the
pathkeys of ForeignPath.
No, because GetExistingLocalJoinPath is called once per relation not once
per path. Even if we were willing to eat the overhead of calling it once
per path, we'd have to give up considering foreign paths with sort orders
that there wasn't any cheap way to produce locally.
Hmm, I agree on that point that giving it up might result in a bad plan.
As I said upthread, an alternative I am thinking is (1) to create an
equivalent nestloop join path using inner/outer paths of a foreign join
path, except when that join path implements a full join, in which case a
merge/hash join path is used, (2) store it in fdw_outerpath as-is, and
(3) during an EPQ recheck, apply postgresRecheckForeignScan to the outer
subplan created from the fdw_outerpath as-is. What do you think about that?
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