> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jim Starkey [mailto:jstarkey@stripped]
> Sent: Thursday, February 19, 2009 9:13 PM
> To: Vladislav Vaintroub
> Cc: 'Falcon'
> Subject: Re: Index Recovery
> > 2.Another code in question that looks buggy ( I'm not absolutely sure
> it is
> > one, and please correct me if I'm wrong) is at the end of
> > IndexRootPage::splitIndexPage
> > splitBdb->mark (transId);
> > splitPage = (IndexPage*) splitBdb->buffer;
> > splitPage->parentPage = bdb->pageNumber;
> > bdb->release(REL_HISTORY);
> > splitBdb->release(REL_HISTORY);
> > nice idea , changing the parent page and forgetting to log it.
> > There could be a bunch of similar errors that are less obvious and
> > reason for the bugs is the lack of robust logging strategy. It should
> not be
> > possible to modify a page during the split and forget to log it. This
> > what I propose.
> I don't think that is a bug. An attempted insertion forced a split.
> This is a retry have the split was complete. The node insertion would
> have already need logged.
I have to admit, I have not got the idea. Why changing parent pointer or a
page and not logging this fact is not a bug?
In the serial log ,the parent will be wrong? Recovery, in redoIndexPage I
will read and modify this wrong parent and insert the first key and page
> Jim Starkey
> President, NimbusDB, Inc.
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