On Mon, May 15, 2017 at 03:02:54PM +0900, Amit Langote wrote: > On 2017/05/14 12:03, Mark Dilger wrote: > > I discovered a reproducible crash using event triggers in the current > > development version, 29c7d5e4844443acaa74a0d06dd6c70b320bb315. > > I was getting a crash before this version, and cloned a fresh copy of > > the sources to be sure I was up to date, so I don't think the bug can be > > attributed to Andres' commit. (The prior version I was testing against > > was heavily modified by me, so I recreated the bug using the latest > > standard, unmodified sources.) > > > > I create both before and after event triggers early in the regression test > > schedule, which then fire here and there during the following tests, leading > > fairly reproducibly to the server crashing somewhere during the test suite. > > These crashes do not happen for me without the event triggers being added > > to the tests. Many tests show as 'FAILED' simply because the logging > > that happens in the event triggers creates unexpected output for the test. > > Those "failures" are expected. The server crashes are not. > > > > The server logs suggest the crashes might be related to partitioned tables. > > > > Please find attached the patch that includes my changes to the sources > > for recreating this bug. The logs and regression.diffs are a bit large; let > > me know if you need them. > > > > I built using the command > > > > ./configure --enable-cassert --enable-tap-tests && make -j4 && make check > > Thanks for the report and providing steps to reproduce. > > It seems that it is indeed a bug related to creating range-partitioned > tables. DefineRelation() calls AlterTableInternal() to add NOT NULL > constraints on the range partition key columns, but the code fails to > first initialize the event trigger context information. Attached patch > should fix that. > > Thanks to the above test case, I also discovered that in the case of > creating a partition, manipulations performed by MergeAttributes() on the > input schema list may cause it to become invalid, that is, the List > metadata (length) will no longer match the reality, because while the > ListCells are deleted from the input list, the List pointer passed to > list_delete_cell does not point to the same list. This caused a crash > when the CreateStmt in question was subsequently passed to copyObject, > which tried to access CreateStmt.tableElts that has become invalid as just > described. The attached patch also takes care of that.
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