Example #1
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func (s *testSessionSuite) TestIssue461(c *C) {
	store := newStore(c, s.dbName)
	se1 := newSession(c, store, s.dbName)
	mustExecSQL(c, se1,
		`CREATE TABLE test ( id int(11) UNSIGNED NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT, val int UNIQUE, PRIMARY KEY (id)); `)
	mustExecSQL(c, se1, "begin;")
	mustExecSQL(c, se1, "insert into test(id, val) values(1, 1);")
	se2 := newSession(c, store, s.dbName)
	mustExecSQL(c, se2, "begin;")
	mustExecSQL(c, se2, "insert into test(id, val) values(2, 2);")
	se3 := newSession(c, store, s.dbName)
	mustExecSQL(c, se3, "begin;")
	mustExecSQL(c, se3, "insert into test(id, val) values(1, 2);")
	mustExecSQL(c, se3, "commit;")
	_, err := se1.Execute("commit")
	c.Assert(err, NotNil)
	// Check error type and error message
	c.Assert(terror.ErrorEqual(err, kv.ErrKeyExists), IsTrue)
	c.Assert(err.Error(), Equals, "[kv:3]Duplicate entry '1' for key 'PRIMARY'")

	_, err = se2.Execute("commit")
	c.Assert(err, NotNil)
	c.Assert(terror.ErrorEqual(err, kv.ErrKeyExists), IsTrue)
	c.Assert(err.Error(), Equals, "[kv:3]Duplicate entry '2' for key 'val'")

	se := newSession(c, store, s.dbName)
	mustExecSQL(c, se, "drop table test;")
}
Example #2
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// ScanIndexData scans the index handles and values in a limited number, according to the index information.
// It returns data and the next startVals until it doesn't have data, then returns data is nil and
// the next startVals is the values which can't get data. If startVals = nil and limit = -1,
// it returns the index data of the whole.
func ScanIndexData(txn kv.Transaction, kvIndex table.Index, startVals []types.Datum, limit int64) (
	[]*RecordData, []types.Datum, error) {
	it, _, err := kvIndex.Seek(txn, startVals)
	if err != nil {
		return nil, nil, errors.Trace(err)
	}
	defer it.Close()

	var idxRows []*RecordData
	var curVals []types.Datum
	for limit != 0 {
		val, h, err1 := it.Next()
		if terror.ErrorEqual(err1, io.EOF) {
			return idxRows, nextIndexVals(curVals), nil
		} else if err1 != nil {
			return nil, nil, errors.Trace(err1)
		}
		idxRows = append(idxRows, &RecordData{Handle: h, Values: val})
		limit--
		curVals = val
	}

	nextVals, _, err := it.Next()
	if terror.ErrorEqual(err, io.EOF) {
		return idxRows, nextIndexVals(curVals), nil
	} else if err != nil {
		return nil, nil, errors.Trace(err)
	}

	return idxRows, nextVals, nil
}
Example #3
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func (s *testTypeConvertSuite) TestGetValidFloat(c *C) {
	cases := []struct {
		origin string
		valid  string
	}{
		{"-100", "-100"},
		{"1abc", "1"},
		{"-1-1", "-1"},
		{"+1+1", "+1"},
		{"123..34", "123."},
		{"123.23E-10", "123.23E-10"},
		{"1.1e1.3", "1.1e1"},
		{"1.1e-13a", "1.1e-13"},
		{"1.", "1."},
		{".1", ".1"},
		{"", "0"},
		{"123e+", "123"},
		{"123.e", "123."},
	}
	sc := new(variable.StatementContext)
	for _, ca := range cases {
		prefix, _ := getValidFloatPrefix(sc, ca.origin)
		c.Assert(prefix, Equals, ca.valid)
		_, err := strconv.ParseFloat(prefix, 64)
		c.Assert(err, IsNil)
	}
	_, err := floatStrToIntStr("1e9223372036854775807")
	c.Assert(terror.ErrorEqual(err, ErrOverflow), IsTrue)
	_, err = floatStrToIntStr("1e21")
	c.Assert(terror.ErrorEqual(err, ErrOverflow), IsTrue)
}
Example #4
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// reverseMvccSeek seeks for the first key in db which has a k < key and a version <=
// snapshot's version, returns kv.ErrNotExist if such key is not found.
func (s *dbSnapshot) reverseMvccSeek(key kv.Key) (kv.Key, []byte, error) {
	for {
		var mvccKey []byte
		if len(key) != 0 {
			mvccKey = MvccEncodeVersionKey(key, kv.MaxVersion)
		}
		revMvccKey, _, err := s.store.SeekReverse(mvccKey, s.version.Ver)
		if err != nil {
			if terror.ErrorEqual(err, engine.ErrNotFound) {
				return nil, nil, kv.ErrNotExist
			}
			return nil, nil, errors.Trace(err)
		}
		revKey, _, err := MvccDecode(revMvccKey)
		if err != nil {
			return nil, nil, errors.Trace(err)
		}
		resultKey, v, err := s.mvccSeek(revKey, true)
		if terror.ErrorEqual(err, kv.ErrNotExist) {
			key = revKey
			continue
		}
		return resultKey, v, errors.Trace(err)
	}
}
Example #5
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// Add data into indices.
func (t *Table) addIndices(ctx context.Context, recordID int64, r []interface{}, bs *kv.BufferStore) (int64, error) {
	txn, err := ctx.GetTxn(false)
	if err != nil {
		return 0, errors.Trace(err)
	}
	// Clean up lazy check error environment
	defer txn.DelOption(kv.PresumeKeyNotExistsError)
	if t.meta.PKIsHandle {
		// Check key exists.
		recordKey := t.RecordKey(recordID, nil)
		e := kv.ErrKeyExists.Gen("Duplicate entry '%d' for key 'PRIMARY'", recordID)
		txn.SetOption(kv.PresumeKeyNotExistsError, e)
		_, err = txn.Get(recordKey)
		if err == nil {
			return recordID, errors.Trace(e)
		} else if !terror.ErrorEqual(err, kv.ErrNotExist) {
			return 0, errors.Trace(err)
		}
		txn.DelOption(kv.PresumeKeyNotExistsError)
	}

	for _, v := range t.indices {
		if v == nil || v.State == model.StateDeleteOnly || v.State == model.StateDeleteReorganization {
			// if index is in delete only or delete reorganization state, we can't add it.
			continue
		}
		colVals, _ := v.FetchValues(r)
		var dupKeyErr error
		if v.Unique || v.Primary {
			entryKey, err1 := t.genIndexKeyStr(colVals)
			if err1 != nil {
				return 0, errors.Trace(err1)
			}
			dupKeyErr = kv.ErrKeyExists.Gen("Duplicate entry '%s' for key '%s'", entryKey, v.Name)
			txn.SetOption(kv.PresumeKeyNotExistsError, dupKeyErr)
		}
		if err = v.X.Create(bs, colVals, recordID); err != nil {
			if terror.ErrorEqual(err, kv.ErrKeyExists) {
				// Get the duplicate row handle
				// For insert on duplicate syntax, we should update the row
				iter, _, err1 := v.X.Seek(bs, colVals)
				if err1 != nil {
					return 0, errors.Trace(err1)
				}
				_, h, err1 := iter.Next()
				if err1 != nil {
					return 0, errors.Trace(err1)
				}
				return h, errors.Trace(dupKeyErr)
			}
			return 0, errors.Trace(err)
		}
		txn.DelOption(kv.PresumeKeyNotExistsError)
	}
	return 0, nil
}
Example #6
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File: txn.go Project: netroby/tidb
// IsRetryableError checks if the err is a fatal error and the under going operation is worth to retry.
func IsRetryableError(err error) bool {
	if err == nil {
		return false
	}

	if terror.ErrorEqual(err, ErrLockConflict) || terror.ErrorEqual(err, ErrConditionNotMatch) {
		return true
	}

	return false
}
Example #7
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func mayExit(err error, l string) bool {
	if terror.ErrorEqual(err, liner.ErrPromptAborted) || terror.ErrorEqual(err, io.EOF) {
		fmt.Println("\nBye")
		saveHistory()
		return true
	}
	if err != nil {
		log.Fatal(errors.ErrorStack(err))
	}
	return false
}
Example #8
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// Add data into indices.
func (t *Table) addIndices(ctx context.Context, recordID int64, r []types.Datum, bs *kv.BufferStore) (int64, error) {
	txn, err := ctx.GetTxn(false)
	if err != nil {
		return 0, errors.Trace(err)
	}
	// Clean up lazy check error environment
	defer txn.DelOption(kv.PresumeKeyNotExistsError)
	skipCheck := ctx.GetSessionVars().SkipConstraintCheck
	if t.meta.PKIsHandle && !skipCheck {
		// Check key exists.
		recordKey := t.RecordKey(recordID)
		e := kv.ErrKeyExists.FastGen("Duplicate entry '%d' for key 'PRIMARY'", recordID)
		txn.SetOption(kv.PresumeKeyNotExistsError, e)
		_, err = txn.Get(recordKey)
		if err == nil {
			return recordID, errors.Trace(e)
		} else if !terror.ErrorEqual(err, kv.ErrNotExist) {
			return 0, errors.Trace(err)
		}
		txn.DelOption(kv.PresumeKeyNotExistsError)
	}

	for _, v := range t.indices {
		if v == nil || v.Meta().State == model.StateDeleteOnly || v.Meta().State == model.StateDeleteReorganization {
			// if index is in delete only or delete reorganization state, we can't add it.
			continue
		}
		colVals, err2 := v.FetchValues(r)
		if err2 != nil {
			return 0, errors.Trace(err2)
		}
		var dupKeyErr error
		if !skipCheck && (v.Meta().Unique || v.Meta().Primary) {
			entryKey, err1 := t.genIndexKeyStr(colVals)
			if err1 != nil {
				return 0, errors.Trace(err1)
			}
			dupKeyErr = kv.ErrKeyExists.FastGen("Duplicate entry '%s' for key '%s'", entryKey, v.Meta().Name)
			txn.SetOption(kv.PresumeKeyNotExistsError, dupKeyErr)
		}
		if dupHandle, err := v.Create(bs, colVals, recordID); err != nil {
			if terror.ErrorEqual(err, kv.ErrKeyExists) {
				return dupHandle, errors.Trace(dupKeyErr)
			}
			return 0, errors.Trace(err)
		}
		txn.DelOption(kv.PresumeKeyNotExistsError)
	}
	return 0, nil
}
Example #9
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// IsRetryableError checks if the err is a fatal error and the under going operation is worth to retry.
func IsRetryableError(err error) bool {
	if err == nil {
		return false
	}

	if terror.ErrorEqual(err, ErrRetryable) ||
		terror.ErrorEqual(err, ErrLockConflict) ||
		terror.ErrorEqual(err, ErrConditionNotMatch) ||
		// TiKV exception message will tell you if you should retry or not
		strings.Contains(err.Error(), "try again later") {
		return true
	}

	return false
}
Example #10
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func (d *ddl) delReorgSchema(t *meta.Meta, job *model.Job) error {
	dbInfo := &model.DBInfo{}
	if err := job.DecodeArgs(dbInfo); err != nil {
		// arg error, cancel this job.
		job.State = model.JobCancelled
		return errors.Trace(err)
	}

	tables, err := t.ListTables(dbInfo.ID)
	if terror.ErrorEqual(meta.ErrDBNotExists, err) {
		job.State = model.JobDone
		return nil
	}
	if err != nil {
		return errors.Trace(err)
	}

	if err = d.dropSchemaData(dbInfo, tables); err != nil {
		return errors.Trace(err)
	}

	// finish this background job
	job.SchemaState = model.StateNone
	job.State = model.JobDone

	return nil
}
Example #11
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File: drop.go Project: yzl11/vessel
// Exec implements the stmt.Statement Exec interface.
func (s *DropDatabaseStmt) Exec(ctx context.Context) (rset.Recordset, error) {
	err := sessionctx.GetDomain(ctx).DDL().DropSchema(ctx, model.NewCIStr(s.Name))
	if terror.ErrorEqual(err, ddl.ErrNotExists) && s.IfExists {
		err = nil
	}
	return nil, errors.Trace(err)
}
Example #12
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func (s *testSuite) TestSetPwd(c *C) {
	defer testleak.AfterTest(c)()
	tk := testkit.NewTestKit(c, s.store)

	createUserSQL := `CREATE USER 'testpwd'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY '';`
	tk.MustExec(createUserSQL)
	result := tk.MustQuery(`SELECT Password FROM mysql.User WHERE User="testpwd" and Host="localhost"`)
	rowStr := fmt.Sprintf("%v", []byte(""))
	result.Check(testkit.Rows(rowStr))

	// set password for
	tk.MustExec(`SET PASSWORD FOR 'testpwd'@'localhost' = 'password';`)
	result = tk.MustQuery(`SELECT Password FROM mysql.User WHERE User="testpwd" and Host="localhost"`)
	rowStr = fmt.Sprintf("%v", []byte(util.EncodePassword("password")))
	result.Check(testkit.Rows(rowStr))

	// set password
	setPwdSQL := `SET PASSWORD = 'pwd'`
	// Session user is empty.
	_, err := tk.Exec(setPwdSQL)
	c.Check(err, NotNil)
	tk.Se, err = tidb.CreateSession(s.store)
	c.Check(err, IsNil)
	ctx := tk.Se.(context.Context)
	ctx.GetSessionVars().User = "[email protected]"
	// Session user doesn't exist.
	_, err = tk.Exec(setPwdSQL)
	c.Check(terror.ErrorEqual(err, executor.ErrPasswordNoMatch), IsTrue)
	// normal
	ctx.GetSessionVars().User = "[email protected]"
	tk.MustExec(setPwdSQL)
	result = tk.MustQuery(`SELECT Password FROM mysql.User WHERE User="testpwd" and Host="localhost"`)
	rowStr = fmt.Sprintf("%v", []byte(util.EncodePassword("pwd")))
	result.Check(testkit.Rows(rowStr))
}
Example #13
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func (t *Table) removeRowData(ctx context.Context, h int64) error {
	if err := t.LockRow(ctx, h); err != nil {
		return errors.Trace(err)
	}
	txn, err := ctx.GetTxn(false)
	if err != nil {
		return errors.Trace(err)
	}
	// Remove row's colume one by one
	for _, col := range t.Columns {
		k := t.RecordKey(h, col)
		err = txn.Delete([]byte(k))
		if err != nil {
			if col.State != model.StatePublic && terror.ErrorEqual(err, kv.ErrNotExist) {
				// If the column is not in public state, we may have not added the column,
				// or already deleted the column, so skip ErrNotExist error.
				continue
			}

			return errors.Trace(err)
		}
	}
	// Remove row lock
	err = txn.Delete([]byte(t.RecordKey(h, nil)))
	if err != nil {
		return errors.Trace(err)
	}
	return nil
}
Example #14
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File: conn.go Project: netroby/tidb
func (cc *clientConn) Run() {
	defer func() {
		r := recover()
		if r != nil {
			const size = 4096
			buf := make([]byte, size)
			buf = buf[:runtime.Stack(buf, false)]
			log.Errorf("lastCmd %s, %v, %s", cc.lastCmd, r, buf)
		}
		cc.Close()
	}()

	for {
		cc.alloc.Reset()
		data, err := cc.readPacket()
		if err != nil {
			if terror.ErrorNotEqual(err, io.EOF) {
				log.Error(err)
			}
			return
		}

		if err := cc.dispatch(data); err != nil {
			if terror.ErrorEqual(err, io.EOF) {
				return
			}
			log.Errorf("dispatch error %s, %s", errors.ErrorStack(err), cc)
			log.Errorf("cmd: %s", string(data[1:]))
			cc.writeError(err)
		}

		cc.pkg.sequence = 0
	}
}
Example #15
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func checkRecordAndIndex(txn kv.Transaction, t table.Table, idx *column.IndexedCol) error {
	cols := make([]*column.Col, len(idx.Columns))
	for i, col := range idx.Columns {
		cols[i] = t.Cols()[col.Offset]
	}

	startKey := t.RecordKey(0, nil)
	kvIndex := kv.NewKVIndex(t.IndexPrefix(), idx.Name.L, idx.ID, idx.Unique)
	filterFunc := func(h1 int64, vals1 []interface{}, cols []*column.Col) (bool, error) {
		isExist, h2, err := kvIndex.Exist(txn, vals1, h1)
		if terror.ErrorEqual(err, kv.ErrKeyExists) {
			record1 := &RecordData{Handle: h1, Values: vals1}
			record2 := &RecordData{Handle: h2, Values: vals1}
			return false, errors.Errorf("index:%v != record:%v", record2, record1)
		}
		if err != nil {
			return false, errors.Trace(err)
		}
		if !isExist {
			record := &RecordData{Handle: h1, Values: vals1}
			return false, errors.Errorf("index:%v != record:%v", nil, record)
		}

		return true, nil
	}
	err := t.IterRecords(txn, startKey, cols, filterFunc)

	if err != nil {
		return errors.Trace(err)
	}

	return nil
}
Example #16
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func (do *Domain) loadSchemaInLoop(lease time.Duration) {
	ticker := time.NewTicker(lease)
	defer ticker.Stop()

	for {
		select {
		case <-ticker.C:
			err := do.Reload()
			// we may close store in test, but the domain load schema loop is still checking,
			// so we can't panic for ErrDBClosed and just return here.
			if terror.ErrorEqual(err, localstore.ErrDBClosed) {
				return
			} else if err != nil {
				log.Fatalf("[ddl] reload schema err %v", errors.ErrorStack(err))
			}
		case newLease := <-do.leaseCh:
			if lease == newLease {
				// nothing to do
				continue
			}

			lease = newLease
			// reset ticker too.
			ticker.Stop()
			ticker = time.NewTicker(lease)
		}
	}
}
Example #17
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func newDBIter(s *dbSnapshot, key kv.Key, reverse bool) (*dbIter, error) {
	var (
		k   kv.Key
		v   []byte
		err error
	)
	if reverse {
		k, v, err = s.reverseMvccSeek(key)
	} else {
		k, v, err = s.mvccSeek(key, false)
	}
	if err != nil {
		if terror.ErrorEqual(err, kv.ErrNotExist) {
			err = nil
		}
		return &dbIter{valid: false}, errors.Trace(err)
	}

	return &dbIter{
		s:       s,
		valid:   true,
		k:       k,
		v:       v,
		reverse: reverse,
	}, nil
}
Example #18
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func (s *testValidatorSuite) TestValidator(c *C) {
	cases := []struct {
		sql       string
		inPrepare bool
		err       error
	}{
		{"select ?", false, parser.ErrSyntax},
		{"select ?", true, nil},
		{"create table t(id int not null auto_increment default 2, key (id))", true,
			errors.New("Invalid default value for 'id'")},
		{"create table t(id int not null default 2 auto_increment, key (id))", true,
			errors.New("Invalid default value for 'id'")},
		{"create table t(id int not null auto_increment)", true,
			errors.New("Incorrect table definition; there can be only one auto column and it must be defined as a key")},
		{"create table t(id int not null auto_increment, c int auto_increment, key (id, c))", true,
			errors.New("Incorrect table definition; there can be only one auto column and it must be defined as a key")},
		{"create table t(id int not null auto_increment, c int, key (c, id))", true,
			errors.New("Incorrect table definition; there can be only one auto column and it must be defined as a key")},
		{"create table t(id decimal auto_increment, key (id))", true,
			errors.New("Incorrect column specifier for column 'id'")},
		{"create table t(id float auto_increment, key (id))", true, nil},
	}
	store, err := tidb.NewStore(tidb.EngineGoLevelDBMemory)
	c.Assert(err, IsNil)
	se, err := tidb.CreateSession(store)
	c.Assert(err, IsNil)
	for _, ca := range cases {
		stmts, err1 := tidb.Parse(se.(context.Context), ca.sql)
		c.Assert(err1, IsNil)
		c.Assert(stmts, HasLen, 1)
		stmt := stmts[0]
		err = optimizer.Validate(stmt, ca.inPrepare)
		c.Assert(terror.ErrorEqual(err, ca.err), IsTrue)
	}
}
Example #19
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func (s *testSchemaSuite) TestSchema(c *C) {
	store := testCreateStore(c, "test_schema")
	defer store.Close()

	lease := 100 * time.Millisecond

	d1 := newDDL(store, nil, nil, lease)
	defer d1.close()

	ctx := mock.NewContext()

	dbInfo := testSchemaInfo(c, d1, "test")
	job := testCreateSchema(c, ctx, d1, dbInfo)

	testCheckSchemaState(c, d1, dbInfo, model.StatePublic)
	testCheckJobDone(c, d1, job, true)

	job = testDropSchema(c, ctx, d1, dbInfo)
	testCheckSchemaState(c, d1, dbInfo, model.StateNone)
	testCheckJobDone(c, d1, job, false)

	job = &model.Job{
		SchemaID: dbInfo.ID,
		Type:     model.ActionDropSchema,
	}

	err := d1.startDDLJob(ctx, job)
	c.Assert(terror.ErrorEqual(err, infoschema.DatabaseNotExists), IsTrue)
}
Example #20
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func (d *ddl) dropTableColumn(t table.Table, colInfo *model.ColumnInfo, reorgInfo *reorgInfo) error {
	version := reorgInfo.SnapshotVer
	seekHandle := reorgInfo.Handle

	col := &column.Col{ColumnInfo: *colInfo}
	for {
		handles, err := d.getSnapshotRows(t, version, seekHandle)
		if err != nil {
			return errors.Trace(err)
		} else if len(handles) == 0 {
			return nil
		}

		seekHandle = handles[len(handles)-1] + 1

		err = kv.RunInNewTxn(d.store, true, func(txn kv.Transaction) error {
			if err1 := d.isReorgRunnable(txn); err1 != nil {
				return errors.Trace(err1)
			}

			var h int64
			for _, h = range handles {
				key := t.RecordKey(h, col)
				err1 := txn.Delete(key)
				if err1 != nil && !terror.ErrorEqual(err1, kv.ErrNotExist) {
					return errors.Trace(err1)
				}
			}
			return errors.Trace(reorgInfo.UpdateHandle(txn, h))
		})
		if err != nil {
			return errors.Trace(err)
		}
	}
}
Example #21
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// Get returns the value associated with key.
func (m *memDbBuffer) Get(k Key) ([]byte, error) {
	v, err := m.db.Get(k)
	if terror.ErrorEqual(err, leveldb.ErrNotFound) {
		return nil, ErrNotExist
	}
	return v, nil
}
Example #22
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func (s *testSchemaSuite) TestSchema(c *C) {
	defer testleak.AfterTest(c)()
	store := testCreateStore(c, "test_schema")
	defer store.Close()

	d1 := newDDL(store, nil, nil, testLease)
	defer d1.close()

	ctx := mock.NewContext()

	dbInfo := testSchemaInfo(c, d1, "test")
	job := testCreateSchema(c, ctx, d1, dbInfo)

	testCheckSchemaState(c, d1, dbInfo, model.StatePublic)
	testCheckJobDone(c, d1, job, true)

	job = testDropSchema(c, ctx, d1, dbInfo)
	testCheckSchemaState(c, d1, dbInfo, model.StateNone)
	testCheckJobDone(c, d1, job, false)

	job = &model.Job{
		SchemaID: dbInfo.ID,
		Type:     model.ActionDropSchema,
	}

	err := d1.doDDLJob(ctx, job)
	c.Assert(terror.ErrorEqual(err, infoschema.ErrDatabaseDropExists), IsTrue)
}
Example #23
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func (s *testColumnSuite) checkColumnKVExist(ctx context.Context, t table.Table, handle int64, col *table.Column, columnValue interface{}, isExist bool) error {
	txn, err := ctx.GetTxn(true)
	if err != nil {
		return errors.Trace(err)
	}
	defer ctx.CommitTxn()
	key := t.RecordKey(handle)
	data, err := txn.Get(key)
	if !isExist {
		if terror.ErrorEqual(err, kv.ErrNotExist) {
			return nil
		}
	}
	if err != nil {
		return errors.Trace(err)
	}
	colMap := make(map[int64]*types.FieldType)
	colMap[col.ID] = &col.FieldType
	rowMap, err := tablecodec.DecodeRow(data, colMap)
	if err != nil {
		return errors.Trace(err)
	}
	val, ok := rowMap[col.ID]
	if isExist {
		if !ok || val.GetValue() != columnValue {
			return errors.Errorf("%v is not equal to %v", val.GetValue(), columnValue)
		}
	} else {
		if ok {
			return errors.Errorf("column value should not exists")
		}
	}
	return nil
}
Example #24
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func (s *session) checkSchemaValid() error {
	var ts uint64
	if s.txn != nil {
		ts = s.txn.StartTS()
	} else {
		s.schemaVerInCurrTxn = 0
	}

	var err error
	var currSchemaVer int64
	for i := 0; i < schemaExpiredRetryTimes; i++ {
		currSchemaVer, err = sessionctx.GetDomain(s).SchemaValidity.Check(ts, s.schemaVerInCurrTxn)
		if err == nil {
			if s.txn == nil {
				s.schemaVerInCurrTxn = currSchemaVer
			}
			return nil
		}
		log.Infof("schema version original %d, current %d, sleep time %v",
			s.schemaVerInCurrTxn, currSchemaVer, checkSchemaValiditySleepTime)
		if terror.ErrorEqual(err, domain.ErrInfoSchemaChanged) {
			break
		}
		time.Sleep(checkSchemaValiditySleepTime)
	}
	return errors.Trace(err)
}
Example #25
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func rowWithCols(txn kv.Retriever, t table.Table, h int64, cols []*table.Column) ([]types.Datum, error) {
	v := make([]types.Datum, len(cols))
	for i, col := range cols {
		if col.State != model.StatePublic {
			return nil, errInvalidColumnState.Gen("Cannot use none public column - %v", cols)
		}
		if col.IsPKHandleColumn(t.Meta()) {
			v[i].SetInt64(h)
			continue
		}

		k := t.RecordKey(h, col)
		data, err := txn.Get(k)
		if terror.ErrorEqual(err, kv.ErrNotExist) && !mysql.HasNotNullFlag(col.Flag) {
			continue
		} else if err != nil {
			return nil, errors.Trace(err)
		}

		val, err := tables.DecodeValue(data, &col.FieldType)
		if err != nil {
			return nil, errors.Trace(err)
		}
		v[i] = val
	}
	return v, nil
}
Example #26
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// backfillIndexInTxn deals with a part of backfilling index data in a Transaction.
// This part of the index data rows is defaultSmallBatchCnt.
func (d *ddl) backfillIndexInTxn(t table.Table, kvIdx table.Index, handles []int64, txn kv.Transaction) (int64, error) {
	idxRecords, err := d.fetchRowColVals(txn, t, handles, kvIdx.Meta())
	if err != nil {
		return 0, errors.Trace(err)
	}

	for _, idxRecord := range idxRecords {
		log.Debug("[ddl] backfill index...", idxRecord.handle)
		err = txn.LockKeys(idxRecord.key)
		if err != nil {
			return 0, errors.Trace(err)
		}

		// Create the index.
		handle, err := kvIdx.Create(txn, idxRecord.vals, idxRecord.handle)
		if err != nil {
			if terror.ErrorEqual(err, kv.ErrKeyExists) && idxRecord.handle == handle {
				// Index already exists, skip it.
				continue
			}
			return 0, errors.Trace(err)
		}
	}
	return idxRecords[len(idxRecords)-1].handle, nil
}
Example #27
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func checkRecordAndIndex(txn kv.Transaction, t table.Table, idx table.Index) error {
	cols := make([]*table.Column, len(idx.Meta().Columns))
	for i, col := range idx.Meta().Columns {
		cols[i] = t.Cols()[col.Offset]
	}

	startKey := t.RecordKey(0, nil)
	filterFunc := func(h1 int64, vals1 []types.Datum, cols []*table.Column) (bool, error) {
		isExist, h2, err := idx.Exist(txn, vals1, h1)
		if terror.ErrorEqual(err, kv.ErrKeyExists) {
			record1 := &RecordData{Handle: h1, Values: vals1}
			record2 := &RecordData{Handle: h2, Values: vals1}
			return false, errDateNotEqual.Gen("index:%v != record:%v", record2, record1)
		}
		if err != nil {
			return false, errors.Trace(err)
		}
		if !isExist {
			record := &RecordData{Handle: h1, Values: vals1}
			return false, errDateNotEqual.Gen("index:%v != record:%v", nil, record)
		}

		return true, nil
	}
	err := iterRecords(txn, t, startKey, cols, filterFunc)

	if err != nil {
		return errors.Trace(err)
	}

	return nil
}
Example #28
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// IsErrNotFound checks if err is a kind of NotFound error.
func IsErrNotFound(err error) bool {
	if terror.ErrorEqual(err, ErrNotExist) {
		return true
	}

	return false
}
Example #29
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// HGet gets the value of a hash field.
func (t *TxStructure) HGet(key []byte, field []byte) ([]byte, error) {
	dataKey := t.encodeHashDataKey(key, field)
	value, err := t.reader.Get(dataKey)
	if terror.ErrorEqual(err, kv.ErrNotExist) {
		err = nil
	}
	return value, errors.Trace(err)
}
Example #30
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File: drop.go Project: yzl11/vessel
// Exec implements the stmt.Statement Exec interface.
func (s *DropIndexStmt) Exec(ctx context.Context) (rset.Recordset, error) {
	err := sessionctx.GetDomain(ctx).DDL().DropIndex(ctx, s.TableIdent.Full(ctx), model.NewCIStr(s.IndexName))
	if (terror.ErrorEqual(err, ddl.ErrNotExists) || terror.DatabaseNotExists.Equal(err)) && s.IfExists {
		err = nil
	}

	return nil, errors.Trace(err)
}