On Thu, Sep 4, 2008 at 8:17 PM, Tom Lane <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I guess one thing we could do for testing purposes is lobotomize one of
> the datatype-specific hash functions. For instance, make int8_hash
> return the input mod 2^32, ignoring the upper bytes. Then it'd be easy
> to compute different int8s that hash to the same thing.
Heh Ok im slowly getting there... So we lobotomize hashint8 and then
time how long it takes to make an index on a table... something like:
create table test_hash(num int8);
(obviously on a 64 bit machine)
unsigned long y = 0;
unsigned cnt = 0;
printf("insert into test_hash (num) values ");
//while(cnt != LONG_MAX/UINT_MAX)
while(cnt < 10000000)
y += UINT_MAX;
printf("(%ld), ", y);
./a.out | psql
pgbench -c 1 -t1000 -n -f test.sql
create index test_hash_num_idx on test_hash using hash (num);
drop index test_hash_num_idx;
For both pre and post patch just to make sure post patch is not worse
than pre patch???
If im still way off and its not to much trouble want to give me a test
case to run =) ?
Or maybe because hash collisions should be fairly rare its not
something to really worry about?
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