On Wed, Jun 21, 2017 at 5:28 AM, Amit Langote
<langote_amit...@lab.ntt.co.jp> wrote:>> The comment "UPDATE/DELETE
cases are handled above" is referring to
>> the code that initializes the WCOs generated by the planner. You've
>> modified the comment in your patch, but the associated code: your
>> updated comment says that only "DELETEs and local UPDATES are handled
>> above", but in reality, *all* updates are still handled above. And
>> then they are handled again here. Similarly for returning lists.
>> It's certainly not OK for the comment to be inaccurate, but I think
>> it's also bad to redo the work which the planner has already done,
>> even if it makes the patch smaller.
> I guess this has to do with the UPDATE turning into DELETE+INSERT. So, it
> seems like WCOs are being initialized for the leaf partitions
> (ResultRelInfos in the mt_partitions array) that are in turn are
> initialized for the aforementioned INSERT. That's why the term "...local
> UPDATEs" in the new comment text.
> If that's true, I wonder if it makes sense to apply what would be
> WCO_RLS_UPDATE_CHECK to a leaf partition that the tuple will be moved into
> by calling ExecInsert()?
I think we probably should apply the insert policy, just as we're
executing the insert trigger.
>> Also, I feel like it's probably not correct to use the first result
>> relation as the nominal relation for building WCOs and returning lists
>> anyway. I mean, if the first result relation has a different column
>> order than the parent relation, isn't this just broken? If it works
>> for some reason, the comments don't explain what that reason is.
> Yep, it's more appropriate to use
> ModifyTableState->rootResultRelationInfo->ri_RelationDesc somehow. That
> is, if answer to the question I raised above is positive.
The questions appear to me to be independent.
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