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opt: high level tracking issue #21061

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RaduBerinde opened this issue Dec 27, 2017 · 1 comment

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commented Dec 27, 2017

Tracking goals and progress for optimizer-related tasks

2.0

  • stats generation (via explicit statement) 95%
  • introduce the expression tree for scalar expression; convert to and from TypedExpr 90%
  • new index constraints generation (addressing issues in #6346) 80%

2.0 (stretch goals)

  • support relational expressions
  • perform name resolution and type checking on the expression tree
  • convert opt.Expr to {local,dist}sql execution plans
  • predicate inference and push down

2.1

  • automatically gather stats
  • introduce the memo structure
  • transform correlated queries into apply variants; transform common apply variants into joins
  • nested loop join, semi-join, anti-join, apply processors
  • basic cost model powered by stats
  • task-based single stage search (no pruning)
  • join elimination, distinct/group-by elimination, join commutativity, join associativity, index selection, and scalar normalization
  • testing infrastructure (random data generation based on schema; random sampling and execution of alternate query plans to verify equivalence; stats injection).

@RaduBerinde RaduBerinde self-assigned this Dec 27, 2017

@petermattis petermattis added this to the 2.1 milestone Feb 21, 2018

@knz knz added the A-sql-planning label Apr 27, 2018

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commented Jul 21, 2018

@RaduBerinde Is this issue still useful? Seems like you haven't been using it.

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