On Mon, Dec 26, 2016 at 5:46 AM, Amit Langote
> On 2016/12/23 8:08, Robert Haas wrote:
>> On Thu, Dec 22, 2016 at 3:35 AM, Amit Langote
>> <langote_amit...@lab.ntt.co.jp> wrote:
>>> While working on that, I discovered yet-another-bug having to do with the
>>> tuple descriptor that's used as we route a tuple down a partition tree. If
>>> attnums of given key attribute(s) are different on different levels, it
>>> would be incorrect to use the original slot's (one passed by ExecInsert())
>>> tuple descriptor to inspect the original slot's heap tuple, as we go down
>>> the tree. It might cause spurious "partition not found" at some level due
>>> to looking at incorrect field in the input tuple because of using the
>>> wrong tuple descriptor (root table's attnums not always same as other
>>> partitioned tables in the tree). Patch 0001 fixes that including a test.
>> I committed this, but I'm a bit uncomfortable with it: should the
>> TupleTableSlot be part of the ModifyTableState rather than the EState?
> Done that way in 0001 of the attached patches. So, instead of making the
> standalone partition_tuple_slot a field of EState (with the actual
> TupleTableSlot in its tupleTable), it is now allocated within
> ModifyTableState and CopyState, and released when ModifyTable node or
> CopyFrom finishes, respectively.
I dropped some comments from this and committed it. They were
formatted in a way that wouldn't survive pgindent.
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