[Monetdb-developers] Key constraints and optimizers...

Romulo Goncalves R.A.Goncalves at cwi.nl
Tue Jul 31 09:45:26 CEST 2007

Romulo Goncalves wrote:
> Stefan Manegold wrote:
>> On Tue, Jul 31, 2007 at 02:25:04AM +0200, Romulo Goncalves wrote:
>>> Dear developers....
>>> I was checking the status of the SQL test web-site (cvs branch) and I 
>>                                                      ^^^^^^^^^^^^
>> guess you mean CVS development trunk (i.e., "Current"), right?
>> (we use "branch" usually only for the "Stable" release branch ...)
> Ups, you are right.
>>> found some red ones.
>>> In the test src/test/BugConstraint/delete_primarykey_1643845.sql
>>> If I run the normal Mtest the test is red (the err output).
>>> The constraint error given is for the foreign key and not for the 
>>> primary key (as in the stable output).
>>> If I ran with M4 the test is green the same happens if I set the 
>>> optimizers off.
>>> So we can conclude that the reason for this test being red are the 
>>> optimizers and nothing else in SQL module.
>> Most failing SQL/5 tests are due to Martin's recent partition optimizer
>> changes on Friday Jul 27 2007 --- just like the compilation problems in M5
>> ---; hence, yes it's M5 only, and related to / cause by optimizers. Guessing
>> from Martin's checkin comments I think he's aware of these problems...
>>> I tried to give a look to see which optimizer is breaking the test, but 
>>> no results. Tomorrow I will continue.
>>> I also think that all the tests that are red (the ones related with 
>>> primary keys) are due this problem.
>>> Should I open a bug or this is enough? Because it is an existent test 
>>> that is red ;)
> Martin is aware of the problem, but in any case I will open the bug for 
> better control.
Before to do a mistake (as usual after vacations) should I open a bug 
for SQL (because the tests broken are from SQL module) or for M5 
(because the code that breaks the tests is from M5) ?

I would bet in the first one, right?

> Regards,
> Romulo
>> feel free.
>> Stefan
>>> Regards,
>>> Romulo
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