3692 Tatjana Azundris Nuernberg 2012-02-19
BUG 13454045 - 63524: BUG #35396 "ABNORMAL/IMPOSSIBLE/LARGE QUERY_TIME AND LOCK_TIME" HAPPENS A
If a query's end time is before before its start time, the system clock has been turn back
(daylight savings time etc.). When the system clock is changed, we can't tell for certain a
given query was actually slow. We did not protect against logging such a query with a bogus
execution time (resulting from end_time - start_time being negative), and possibly logging it
even though it did not really take long to run.
We now have a sanity check in place.
Make sure end time is not before start time - otherwise, we can be SURE the system clock
was changed in between, but not by how much. In other words, when the clock is changed,
we don't know how long a query ran, and whether it was slow.
3691 Marko Mäkelä 2012-02-17
Bug#13721257 RACE CONDITION IN UPDATES OR INSERTS OF WIDE RECORDS
This bug was originally filed and fixed as Bug#12612184. The original
fix was buggy, and it was patched by Bug#12704861. Also that patch was
buggy (potentially breaking crash recovery), and both fixes were
This fix was not ported to the built-in InnoDB of MySQL 5.1, because
the function signatures of many core functions are different from
InnoDB Plugin and later versions. The block allocation routines and
their callers would have to changed so that they handle block
descriptors instead of page frames.
When a record is updated so that its size grows, non-updated columns
can be selected for external (off-page) storage. The bug is that the
initially inserted updated record contains an all-zero BLOB pointer to
the field that was not updated. Only after the BLOB pages have been
allocated and written, the valid pointer can be written to the record.
Between the release of the page latch in mtr_commit(mtr) after
btr_cur_pessimistic_update() and the re-latching of the page in
btr_pcur_restore_position(), other threads can see the invalid BLOB
pointer consisting of 20 zero bytes. Moreover, if the system crashes
at this point, the situation could persist after crash recovery, and
the contents of the non-updated column would be permanently lost.
The problem is amplified by the ROW_FORMAT=DYNAMIC and
ROW_FORMAT=COMPRESSED that were introduced in
innodb_file_format=barracuda in InnoDB Plugin, but the bug does exist
in all InnoDB versions.
The fix is as follows. After a pessimistic B-tree operation that needs
to write out off-page columns, allocate the pages for these columns in
the mini-transaction that performed the B-tree operation (btr_mtr),
but write the pages in a separate mini-transaction (blob_mtr). Do
mtr_commit(blob_mtr) before mtr_commit(btr_mtr). A quirk: Do not reuse
pages that were previously freed in btr_mtr. Only write the off-page
columns to 'fresh' pages.
In this way, crash recovery will see redo log entries for blob_mtr
before any redo log entry for btr_mtr. It will apply the BLOB page
writes to pages that were marked free at that point. If crash recovery
fails to see all of the btr_mtr redo log, there will be some
unreachable BLOB data in free pages, but the B-tree will be in a
btr_page_alloc_low(): Renamed from btr_page_alloc(). Add the parameter
init_mtr. Return an allocated block, or NULL. If init_mtr!=mtr but
the page was already X-latched in mtr, do not initialize the page.
btr_page_alloc(): Wrapper for btr_page_alloc_for_ibuf() and
btr_page_free(): Add a debug assertion that the page was a B-tree page.
btr_lift_page_up(): Return the father block.
btr_compress(), btr_cur_compress_if_useful(): Add the parameter ibool
adjust, for adjusting the cursor position.
btr_cur_pessimistic_update(): Preserve the cursor position when
big_rec will be written and the new flag BTR_KEEP_POS_FLAG is defined.
Remove a duplicate rec_get_offsets() call. Keep the X-latch on
index->lock when big_rec is needed.
btr_store_big_rec_extern_fields(): Replace update_inplace with
an operation code, and local_mtr with btr_mtr. When not doing a
fresh insert and btr_mtr has freed pages, put aside any pages that
were previously X-latched in btr_mtr, and free the pages after
writing out all data. The data must be written to 'fresh' pages,
because btr_mtr will be committed and written to the redo log after
the BLOB writes have been written to the redo log.
btr_blob_op_is_update(): Check if an operation passed to
btr_store_big_rec_extern_fields() is an update or insert-by-update.
fseg_alloc_free_extent(), fseg_alloc_free_page_general(): Add the
parameter init_mtr. Return an allocated block, or NULL. If
init_mtr!=mtr but the page was already X-latched in mtr, do not
initialize the page.
xdes_get_descriptor_with_space_hdr(): Assert that the file space
header is being X-latched.
fsp_alloc_from_free_frag(): Refactored from fsp_alloc_free_page().
fsp_page_create(): New function, for allocating, X-latching and
potentially initializing a page. If init_mtr!=mtr but the page was
already X-latched in mtr, do not initialize the page.
fsp_free_page(): Add ut_ad(0) to the error outcomes.
fsp_free_page(), fseg_free_page_low(): Increment mtr->n_freed_pages.
fsp_alloc_seg_inode_page(), fseg_create_general(): Assert that the
page was not previously X-latched in the mini-transaction. A file
segment or inode page should never be allocated in the middle of an
mini-transaction that frees pages, such as btr_cur_pessimistic_delete().
fseg_alloc_free_page_low(): If the hinted page was allocated, skip the
check if the tablespace should be extended. Return NULL instead of
FIL_NULL on failure. Remove the flag frag_page_allocated. Instead,
return directly, because the page would already have been initialized.
fseg_find_free_frag_page_slot() would return ULINT_UNDEFINED on error,
not FIL_NULL. Correct a bogus assertion.
fseg_alloc_free_page(): Redefine as a wrapper macro around
buf_block_buf_fix_inc(): Move the definition from the buf0buf.ic to
buf0buf.h, so that it can be called from other modules.
mtr_t: Add n_freed_pages (number of pages that have been freed).
page_rec_get_nth_const(), page_rec_get_nth(): The inverse function of
page_rec_get_n_recs_before(), get the nth record of the record
list. This is faster than iterating the linked list. Refactored from
trx_undo_rec_copy(): Add a debug assertion for the length.
trx_undo_add_page(): Return a block descriptor or NULL instead of a
page number or FIL_NULL.
trx_undo_report_row_operation(): Add debug assertions.
trx_sys_create_doublewrite_buf(): Assert that each page was not
page_cur_insert_rec_zip_reorg(): Make use of page_rec_get_nth().
row_ins_clust_index_entry_by_modify(): Pass BTR_KEEP_POS_FLAG, so that
the repositioning of the cursor can be avoided.
row_ins_index_entry_low(): Add DEBUG_SYNC points before and after
writing off-page columns. If inserting by updating a delete-marked
record, do not reposition the cursor or commit the mini-transaction
before writing the off-page columns.
row_build(): Tighten a debug assertion about null BLOB pointers.
row_upd_clust_rec(): Add DEBUG_SYNC points before and after writing
off-page columns. Do not reposition the cursor or commit the
mini-transaction before writing the off-page columns.
rb:939 approved by Jimmy Yang
=== modified file 'sql/sql_parse.cc'
--- a/sql/sql_parse.cc 2011-10-19 02:21:31 +0000
+++ b/sql/sql_parse.cc 2012-02-19 03:18:49 +0000
@@ -1734,8 +1734,9 @@ void log_slow_statement(THD *thd)
ulonglong end_utime_of_query= thd->current_utime();
thd_proc_info(thd, "logging slow query");
- if (((end_utime_of_query - thd->utime_after_lock) >
- thd->variables.long_query_time ||
+ if ((((end_utime_of_query > thd->utime_after_lock) &&
+ ((end_utime_of_query - thd->utime_after_lock) >
+ thd->variables.long_query_time)) ||
(SERVER_QUERY_NO_INDEX_USED | SERVER_QUERY_NO_GOOD_INDEX_USED)) &&
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