WFTO – Weekly Falcon Test Overview 2009-03-20

WFTO – the March 2009 report!

We did a quite good job in February/March 2009 and fixed a lot of bugs.

Since my last report from 2009-02-06 we fixed around 39 Falcon related bugs. Compared to our last WFTO from 2009-02-06 we have 6 new tests.

The development of our failed/passed tests ratio over time looks like:

  • 0.80% – 2/249 (this report)
  • 2.51% – 6/239 (last report)
  • 1.69% – 4/237 (report before last one)

WFTO 2009-03-20

News for this week:

  • Christopher Powers fixed
    • Bug#28178 Falcon ALTER TABLE ends up in “Unknown table ‘sql-xyz’
    • Bug#32838 Falcon; error 1296 : Got error 305 ‘record memory is exhausted’
    • Bug#33177 Table creation fails after error 305 and tablespace change
    • Bug#36442 Falcon: crash during optimize table
    • Bug#38375 Falcon crash in Record::isNull
    • Bug#39445 Falcon: Update fails following online add column
    • Bug#39670 Error on rename (errno: 121) from ALTER TABLE ADD KEY in concurrent test
    • Bug#42592 Falcon assertion (insert(NULL, record, record->recordNumber)) when backlogging
    • Bug#42651 Regression: falcon_bug_22169-big started to fail with error 305
    • Bug#42725 Exception when filling I_S.TABLESPACES by Falcon (backup.backup_timeout failure)
    • Bug#42830 Falcon Exception: ResultSet has been closed after recovery
    • Bug#43504 Falcon DBT2 crash in Table::rollbackRecord()
  • Hakan Kuecuekyilmaz fixed
    • Bug#43182 Disabled falcon_unicode-big and falcon_blob_space-big
  • Kevin Lewis fixed
    • Bug#34182 SELECT … FOR UPDATE does not lock when in subquery
    • Bug#42340 Falcon assertion (oldestVisible->state != recLock) in RecordLeaf::pruneRecords
    • Bug#42660 Falcon bug in SparseArray.h
    • Bug#42828 Falcon crash in Table::checkUniqueRecordVersion – transaction = 0x0
    • Bug#43200 Falcon crash at startup in Database::scavenge()
  • Lars-Erik Bjørk fixed
    • Bug#23692 Falcon: searches fail if data is 0x00
    • Bug#33190 Falcon: DeferredIndex and IndexKey may sort slightly differently
    • Bug#33719 CREATE TABLE only accepts falcon_user tablespace in uppercase
    • Bug#34478 Falcon: search failure with varbinary = 0x00
    • Bug#38130 Falcon assertion in IndexNode::expandKey offset + length <= MAX_PHYSICAL_KEY_LEN
    • Bug#42341 Falcon assertion (key – (UCHAR*) indexNode < 14) in IndexNode::parseNode
    • Bug#43452 Wrong number of rows returned when using LIMIT
    • Bug#43488 Crash in Table::fetchForUpdate (update conflict) when using LIMIT query
  • Olav Sandstaa fixed
    • Bug#36410 Falcon crashes on 64 concurrent threads
    • Bug#40155 [Falcon] Error: assertion (ret == 0) failed at line 80 in file Mutex.cpp
    • Bug#40274 Falcon assertion in Transaction::releaseDependencies at Transaction.cpp:792
    • Bug#40633 pushbuild failure: Falcon assertion “lockState == 0” failed in SyncObject.cpp
    • Bug#42568 Falcon: Crash in SyncObject::unlock at line 976 in SyncObject.cpp
    • Bug#43048 Falcon may crash during shutdown when running it embedded
  • Vladislav Vaintroub fixed
    • Bug#35255 falcon_bug_22165.test fails with debug builds
    • Bug#41837 Falcon recovery error: page 102/0 wrong page type, expected 7 got 0
    • Bug#42745 Exception: can’t find table space during recovery
    • Bug#42344 Falcon recovery Exception: read error on page Invalid argument (22)
    • Bug#42478 Falcon crash in Database::updateSequence
    • Bug#42560 Falcon recovery error: page 411048/1 wrong page type, expected 5 got 7
    • Bug#42824 Falcon assertion (lockType == Exclusive) in Bdb::mark on REPAIR

These are the two failing test cases.

  • falcon_bug_22154-big
  • falcon_deadlock (this was fixed but a new problem showed up: Bug#43554)

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