|From:||Kyotaro HORIGUCHI <horiguchi(dot)kyotaro(at)lab(dot)ntt(dot)co(dot)jp>|
|Subject:||shared-memory based stats collector|
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This is intended to provide more stats like the following thread.
Most major obstracle for having more items in statistics
collector views comes from the mechanism to share the values
among backends. It is currently using a file. The stats collector
writes a file by triggers from backens then backens reads the
written file. Larger file makes the latency longer and we don't
have a spare bandwidth for additional statistics items.
Nowadays PostgreSQL has dynamic shared hash (dshash) so we can
use this as the main storage of statistics. We can share data
without a stress using this.
A PoC previously posted tried to use "locally copied" dshash but
it doesn't looks fine so I steered to different direction.
With this patch dshash can create a local copy based on dynhash.
This patch consists of tree files.
adds dshash to make a local copy backed by dynahash.
change the stats collector to be a auxiliary process so that it
can attach dynamic shared memory.
implements shared-memory based stats collector.
I'll put more detailed explanation later.
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