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Subject [GitHub] [phoenix] gjacoby126 commented on a change in pull request #473: PHOENIX-5138 - ViewIndexId sequences created after PHOENIX-5132 shoul…
Date Fri, 29 Mar 2019 21:40:37 GMT
gjacoby126 commented on a change in pull request #473: PHOENIX-5138 - ViewIndexId sequences
created after PHOENIX-5132 shoul…
URL: https://github.com/apache/phoenix/pull/473#discussion_r270581752
 
 

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 File path: phoenix-core/src/main/java/org/apache/phoenix/util/UpgradeUtil.java
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 @@ -2310,6 +2316,98 @@ private static void mapChildViewsToNamespace(String connUrl, Properties
props, L
         }
     }
 
+    public static void mergeViewIndexIdSequences(ConnectionQueryServices cqs, PhoenixConnection
metaConnection)
+        throws SQLException{
+         /* before PHOENIX-5132, there was a per-tenant sequence to generate view index ids,
+           which could cause problems if global and tenant-owned view indexes were mixed
for the
+           same physical base table. Now there's just one sequence for all view indexes of
the same
+           physical table, but we have to check to see if there are any legacy sequences,
and
+           merge them into a single sequence equal to max + 1 of the largest legacy sequence
+           to avoid collisons.
+         */
+        Map<String, List<SequenceKey>> sequenceTableMap = new HashMap<>();
+        DatabaseMetaData metaData = metaConnection.getMetaData();
+
+        try (ResultSet sequenceRS = metaData.getTables(null, null,
+            "%" + MetaDataUtil.VIEW_INDEX_SEQUENCE_NAME_PREFIX + "%",
+            new String[] {PhoenixDatabaseMetaData.SEQUENCE_TABLE_TYPE})) {
+            while (sequenceRS.next()) {
+                String tenantId = sequenceRS.getString(TABLE_CAT);
+                String schemaName = sequenceRS.getString(TABLE_SCHEM);
+                String sequenceName = sequenceRS.getString(TABLE_NAME);
+                int numBuckets = sequenceRS.getInt(SALT_BUCKETS);
+                SequenceKey key = new SequenceKey(tenantId, schemaName, sequenceName, numBuckets);
+                String baseTableName;
+                //under the old naming convention, view index sequences
+                // of non-namespace mapped tables stored their physical table name in the
sequence schema for
+                //some reason. Namespace-mapped tables stored it in the sequence name itself.
+                //Note the difference between VIEW_INDEX_SEQUENCE_PREFIX (_SEQ_)
+                //and VIEW_INDEX_SEQUENCE_NAME_PREFIX (_ID_)
+                if (schemaName != null && schemaName.contains(MetaDataUtil.VIEW_INDEX_SEQUENCE_PREFIX))
{
+                    baseTableName = schemaName.replace(MetaDataUtil.VIEW_INDEX_SEQUENCE_PREFIX,
"");
+                } else {
+                    baseTableName = SchemaUtil.getTableName(schemaName,
+                        sequenceName.replace(MetaDataUtil.VIEW_INDEX_SEQUENCE_NAME_PREFIX,
""));
+                }
+                if (!sequenceTableMap.containsKey(baseTableName)) {
+                    sequenceTableMap.put(baseTableName, new ArrayList<SequenceKey>());
+                }
+                sequenceTableMap.get(baseTableName).add(key);
+            }
+        }
+        for (String baseTableName : sequenceTableMap.keySet()){
+            Map<SequenceKey, Long> currentSequenceValues = new HashMap<SequenceKey,
Long>();
+            long maxViewIndexId = Long.MIN_VALUE;
+            PName name = PNameFactory.newName(baseTableName);
+            boolean hasNamespaceMapping =
+                SchemaUtil.isNamespaceMappingEnabled(null, cqs.getConfiguration()) ||
+                    cqs.getProps().getBoolean(QueryServices.IS_NAMESPACE_MAPPING_ENABLED,
false);
+            List<SequenceKey> existingSequenceKeys = sequenceTableMap.get(baseTableName);
+            for (SequenceKey sequenceKey : existingSequenceKeys){
+                long[] currentValueArray = new long[1];
+                SQLException[] sqlExceptions = new SQLException[1];
+                cqs.incrementSequences(
+                    Lists.newArrayList(new SequenceAllocation(sequenceKey, 1L)),
+                    EnvironmentEdgeManager.currentTimeMillis(),
+                    currentValueArray, new SQLException[1]);
+
+                if (sqlExceptions[0] != null) {
+                    continue;
 
 Review comment:
   @twdsilva -- yeah, I'd thought of that and was torn. On the one hand, skipping it like
I'm doing here can lead to collisions in edge cases. On the other hand, I didn't want to permanently
crash an upgrade if someone had exhausted a single sequence. Happy to hear suggestions. :-)
   
   Maybe only continue for certain kinds of exceptions? If so, which ones?

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