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From "Dag H. Wanvik (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Issue Comment Edited: (DERBY-4477) Selecting / projecting a column whose value is represented by a stream more than once fails
Date Wed, 10 Feb 2010 14:30:28 GMT

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Dag H. Wanvik edited comment on DERBY-4477 at 2/10/10 2:29 PM:
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Uploading the patch which uses the new stream cloning referred to earlier as a coming follow-up
for this issue: derby-4477-useCloning.

It also bumps the lob size in the lowmem suite's test cases added for this issue in ClobMemTest
and BlobMemTest, which will run out of memory without this cloning used by this patch.

Regressions ran ok, as well as the lowmem suite.


      was (Author: dagw):
    Uploading the patch which uses the new stream cloning referred to earlier as a coming
follow-up for this issue: derby-4477-useCloning.

It also bumps the lob size in the lowmem suite's test cases added for this issue in ClobMemTest
and BlobMemTest, which will run out of memory without this cloning used by this patch.

Regressions ran ok.
  
> Selecting / projecting a column whose value is represented by a stream more than once
fails
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: DERBY-4477
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DERBY-4477
>             Project: Derby
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Store
>    Affects Versions: 10.3.3.0, 10.4.2.0, 10.5.3.0
>            Reporter: Kristian Waagan
>            Assignee: Dag H. Wanvik
>         Attachments: derby-4477-0a-prototype.diff, derby-4477-lowmem-2.diff, derby-4477-lowmem-2.stat,
derby-4477-lowmem-followup.diff, derby-4477-lowmem-followup.stat, derby-4477-lowmem.diff,
derby-4477-lowmem.stat, derby-4477-partial-2.diff, derby-4477-partial-2.stat, derby-4477-partial.diff,
derby-4477-partial.stat, derby-4477-useCloning.diff, derby-4477-useCloning.stat
>
>
> Selecting / projecting a column whose value is represented as a stream more than once
crashes Derby, i.e.:
> ResultSet rs = stmt.executeQuery("SELECT clobValue AS clobOne, clobValue AS clobTwo FROM
mytable");
> rs.getString(1);
> rs.getString(2);
> After having looked at the class of bugs having to do with reuse of stream data types,
I now have a possible fix. It fixes DERBY-3645, DERBY-3646 and DERBY-2349 (there may be more
Jiras).
> The core of the fix is cloning certain DVDs being selected/projected in multiple columns.
There are two types of cloning:
>  A) materializing clone
>  B) stream clone
> (A) can be implemented already, (B) requires code to clone a stream without materializing
it. Note that the streams I'm talking about are streams originating from the store.
> Testing revealed the following:
>  - the cost of the checks performed to figure out if cloning is required seems acceptable
(negligible?)
>  - in some cases (A) has better performance than (B) because the raw data only has to
be decoded once
>  - stream clones are preferred when the data value is above a certain size for several
reasons:
>     * avoids potential out-of-memory errors (and in case of a server environment, it
lowers the memory pressure)
>     * avoids decoding the whole value if the JDBC streaming APIs are used to access only
parts of the value
>     * avoids decoding overall in cases where the value isn't accessed by the client /
user
>        (this statement conflicts with the performance observation above)
> We don't always know the size of a value, and since the fix code deals with all kinds
of data types, it is slightly more costly to try to obtain the size.
> What do people think about the following goal statement?
> Goals:
> ----- Phase 1
>  1) No crashes or wrong results due to stream reuse when executing duplicate column selections
(minus goal 4)
>  2) Minimal performance degradation for non-duplicate column selections
>  3) Only a minor performance degradation for duplicate [[LONG] VAR]CHAR [FOR BIT DATA]
column selections
> ----- Phase 2
>  4) No out-of-memory exceptions during execution of duplicate column selections of BLOB/CLOB
>  5) Optimize BLOB/CLOB cloning
> I think phase 1 can proceed by reviewing and discussing the prototype patch. Phase 2
requires more discussion and work (see DERBY-3650).
> A note about the bug behavior facts:
> Since this issue is the underlying cause for several other reported issues, I have decided
to be liberal when setting the bug behavior facts. Depending on where the duplicate column
selection is used, it can cause both crashes, wrong results and data corruption.

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