[...] I didn't make rollbacks to savepoints after the failure because
they cannot help for serialization failures at all: after rollback to
savepoint a new attempt will be always unsuccessful.
Not necessarily? It depends on where the locks triggering the issue are
set, if they are all set after the savepoint it could work on a second
"SimpleStats attempts": I disagree with using this floating poiunt
oriented structures to count integers. I would suggest "int64 tries"
instead, which should be enough for the purpose.
I'm not sure that it is enough. Firstly it may be several transactions in
script so to count the average attempts number you should know the total
number of runned transactions. Secondly I think that stddev for attempts
number can be quite interesting and often it is not close to zero.
I would prefer to have a real motivation to add this complexity in the
report and in the code. Without that, a simple int seems better for now.
It can be improved later if the need really arises.
Some variables, such as "int attempt_number", should be in the client
structure, not in the client? Generally, try to use block variables if
possible to keep the state clearly disjoints. If there could be NO new
variable at the doCustom level that would be great, because that would
ensure that there is no machine state mixup hidden in these variables.
Do you mean the code cleanup for doCustom function? Because if I do so there
will be two code styles for state blocks and their variables in this
I think that any variable shared between state is a recipee for bugs if it
is not reset properly, so they should be avoided. Maybe there are already
too many of them, then too bad, not a reason to add more. The status
before the automaton was a nightmare.
I wondering whether the RETRY & FAILURE states could/should be merged:
I divided these states because if there's a failed transaction block you
should end it before retrying.
Hmmm. Maybe I'm wrong. I'll think about it.
I would suggest a more compact one-line report about failures:
"number of failures: 12 (0.001%, deadlock: 7, serialization: 5)"
I think, there may be a misunderstanding. Because script can contain several
transactions and get both failures.
I do not understand. Both failures number are on the compact line I
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