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/*****************************************************************************
Copyright (c) 1996, 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All Rights Reserved.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software
Foundation; version 2 of the License.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with
this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
51 Franklin Street, Suite 500, Boston, MA 02110-1335 USA
*****************************************************************************/
/**************************************************//**
@file trx/trx0sys.c
Transaction system
Created 3/26/1996 Heikki Tuuri
*******************************************************/
#include "trx0sys.h"
#ifdef UNIV_NONINL
#include "trx0sys.ic"
#endif
#ifndef UNIV_HOTBACKUP
#include "fsp0fsp.h"
#include "mtr0log.h"
#include "mtr0log.h"
#include "trx0trx.h"
#include "trx0rseg.h"
#include "trx0undo.h"
#include "srv0srv.h"
#include "srv0start.h"
#include "trx0purge.h"
#include "log0log.h"
#include "log0recv.h"
#include "os0file.h"
#include "read0read.h"
/** The file format tag structure with id and name. */
struct file_format_struct {
ulint id; /*!< id of the file format */
const char* name; /*!< text representation of the
file format */
mutex_t mutex; /*!< covers changes to the above
fields */
};
/** The file format tag */
typedef struct file_format_struct file_format_t;
/** The transaction system */
UNIV_INTERN trx_sys_t* trx_sys = NULL;
/** The doublewrite buffer */
UNIV_INTERN trx_doublewrite_t* trx_doublewrite = NULL;
/** The following is set to TRUE when we are upgrading from pre-4.1
format data files to the multiple tablespaces format data files */
UNIV_INTERN ibool trx_doublewrite_must_reset_space_ids = FALSE;
/** Set to TRUE when the doublewrite buffer is being created */
UNIV_INTERN ibool trx_doublewrite_buf_is_being_created = FALSE;
/** The following is TRUE when we are using the database in the
post-4.1 format, i.e., we have successfully upgraded, or have created
a new database installation */
UNIV_INTERN ibool trx_sys_multiple_tablespace_format = FALSE;
/** In a MySQL replication slave, in crash recovery we store the master log
file name and position here. */
/* @{ */
/** Master binlog file name */
UNIV_INTERN char trx_sys_mysql_master_log_name[TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_NAME_LEN];
/** Master binlog file position. We have successfully got the updates
up to this position. -1 means that no crash recovery was needed, or
there was no master log position info inside InnoDB.*/
UNIV_INTERN ib_int64_t trx_sys_mysql_master_log_pos = -1;
/* @} */
/** If this MySQL server uses binary logging, after InnoDB has been inited
and if it has done a crash recovery, we store the binlog file name and position
here. */
/* @{ */
/** Binlog file name */
UNIV_INTERN char trx_sys_mysql_bin_log_name[TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_NAME_LEN];
/** Binlog file position, or -1 if unknown */
UNIV_INTERN ib_int64_t trx_sys_mysql_bin_log_pos = -1;
/* @} */
#endif /* !UNIV_HOTBACKUP */
/** List of animal names representing file format. */
static const char* file_format_name_map[] = {
"Antelope",
"Barracuda",
"Cheetah",
"Dragon",
"Elk",
"Fox",
"Gazelle",
"Hornet",
"Impala",
"Jaguar",
"Kangaroo",
"Leopard",
"Moose",
"Nautilus",
"Ocelot",
"Porpoise",
"Quail",
"Rabbit",
"Shark",
"Tiger",
"Urchin",
"Viper",
"Whale",
"Xenops",
"Yak",
"Zebra"
};
/** The number of elements in the file format name array. */
static const ulint FILE_FORMAT_NAME_N
= sizeof(file_format_name_map) / sizeof(file_format_name_map[0]);
#ifdef UNIV_PFS_MUTEX
/* Key to register the mutex with performance schema */
UNIV_INTERN mysql_pfs_key_t trx_doublewrite_mutex_key;
UNIV_INTERN mysql_pfs_key_t file_format_max_mutex_key;
#endif /* UNIV_PFS_MUTEX */
#ifndef UNIV_HOTBACKUP
#ifdef UNIV_DEBUG
/* Flag to control TRX_RSEG_N_SLOTS behavior debugging. */
uint trx_rseg_n_slots_debug = 0;
#endif
/** This is used to track the maximum file format id known to InnoDB. It's
updated via SET GLOBAL innodb_file_format_max = 'x' or when we open
or create a table. */
static file_format_t file_format_max;
/****************************************************************//**
Determines if a page number is located inside the doublewrite buffer.
@return TRUE if the location is inside the two blocks of the
doublewrite buffer */
UNIV_INTERN
ibool
trx_doublewrite_page_inside(
/*========================*/
ulint page_no) /*!< in: page number */
{
if (trx_doublewrite == NULL) {
return(FALSE);
}
if (page_no >= trx_doublewrite->block1
&& page_no < trx_doublewrite->block1
+ TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_BLOCK_SIZE) {
return(TRUE);
}
if (page_no >= trx_doublewrite->block2
&& page_no < trx_doublewrite->block2
+ TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_BLOCK_SIZE) {
return(TRUE);
}
return(FALSE);
}
/****************************************************************//**
Creates or initialializes the doublewrite buffer at a database start. */
static
void
trx_doublewrite_init(
/*=================*/
byte* doublewrite) /*!< in: pointer to the doublewrite buf
header on trx sys page */
{
trx_doublewrite = mem_alloc(sizeof(trx_doublewrite_t));
/* Since we now start to use the doublewrite buffer, no need to call
fsync() after every write to a data file */
#ifdef UNIV_DO_FLUSH
os_do_not_call_flush_at_each_write = TRUE;
#endif /* UNIV_DO_FLUSH */
mutex_create(trx_doublewrite_mutex_key,
&trx_doublewrite->mutex, SYNC_DOUBLEWRITE);
trx_doublewrite->first_free = 0;
trx_doublewrite->block1 = mach_read_from_4(
doublewrite + TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_BLOCK1);
trx_doublewrite->block2 = mach_read_from_4(
doublewrite + TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_BLOCK2);
trx_doublewrite->write_buf_unaligned = ut_malloc(
(1 + 2 * TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_BLOCK_SIZE) * UNIV_PAGE_SIZE);
trx_doublewrite->write_buf = ut_align(
trx_doublewrite->write_buf_unaligned, UNIV_PAGE_SIZE);
trx_doublewrite->buf_block_arr = mem_alloc(
2 * TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_BLOCK_SIZE * sizeof(void*));
}
/****************************************************************//**
Marks the trx sys header when we have successfully upgraded to the >= 4.1.x
multiple tablespace format. */
UNIV_INTERN
void
trx_sys_mark_upgraded_to_multiple_tablespaces(void)
/*===============================================*/
{
buf_block_t* block;
byte* doublewrite;
mtr_t mtr;
/* We upgraded to 4.1.x and reset the space id fields in the
doublewrite buffer. Let us mark to the trx_sys header that the upgrade
has been done. */
mtr_start(&mtr);
block = buf_page_get(TRX_SYS_SPACE, 0, TRX_SYS_PAGE_NO,
RW_X_LATCH, &mtr);
buf_block_dbg_add_level(block, SYNC_NO_ORDER_CHECK);
doublewrite = buf_block_get_frame(block) + TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE;
mlog_write_ulint(doublewrite + TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_SPACE_ID_STORED,
TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_SPACE_ID_STORED_N,
MLOG_4BYTES, &mtr);
mtr_commit(&mtr);
/* Flush the modified pages to disk and make a checkpoint */
log_make_checkpoint_at(IB_ULONGLONG_MAX, TRUE);
trx_sys_multiple_tablespace_format = TRUE;
}
/****************************************************************//**
Creates the doublewrite buffer to a new InnoDB installation. The header of the
doublewrite buffer is placed on the trx system header page. */
UNIV_INTERN
void
trx_sys_create_doublewrite_buf(void)
/*================================*/
{
buf_block_t* block;
buf_block_t* block2;
buf_block_t* new_block;
byte* doublewrite;
byte* fseg_header;
ulint page_no;
ulint prev_page_no;
ulint i;
mtr_t mtr;
if (trx_doublewrite) {
/* Already inited */
return;
}
start_again:
mtr_start(&mtr);
trx_doublewrite_buf_is_being_created = TRUE;
block = buf_page_get(TRX_SYS_SPACE, 0, TRX_SYS_PAGE_NO,
RW_X_LATCH, &mtr);
buf_block_dbg_add_level(block, SYNC_NO_ORDER_CHECK);
doublewrite = buf_block_get_frame(block) + TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE;
if (mach_read_from_4(doublewrite + TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_MAGIC)
== TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_MAGIC_N) {
/* The doublewrite buffer has already been created:
just read in some numbers */
trx_doublewrite_init(doublewrite);
mtr_commit(&mtr);
trx_doublewrite_buf_is_being_created = FALSE;
} else {
fprintf(stderr,
"InnoDB: Doublewrite buffer not found:"
" creating new\n");
if (buf_pool_get_curr_size()
< ((2 * TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_BLOCK_SIZE
+ FSP_EXTENT_SIZE / 2 + 100)
* UNIV_PAGE_SIZE)) {
fprintf(stderr,
"InnoDB: Cannot create doublewrite buffer:"
" you must\n"
"InnoDB: increase your buffer pool size.\n"
"InnoDB: Cannot continue operation.\n");
exit(1);
}
block2 = fseg_create(TRX_SYS_SPACE, TRX_SYS_PAGE_NO,
TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE
+ TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_FSEG, &mtr);
/* fseg_create acquires a second latch on the page,
therefore we must declare it: */
buf_block_dbg_add_level(block2, SYNC_NO_ORDER_CHECK);
if (block2 == NULL) {
fprintf(stderr,
"InnoDB: Cannot create doublewrite buffer:"
" you must\n"
"InnoDB: increase your tablespace size.\n"
"InnoDB: Cannot continue operation.\n");
/* We exit without committing the mtr to prevent
its modifications to the database getting to disk */
exit(1);
}
fseg_header = buf_block_get_frame(block)
+ TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE + TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_FSEG;
prev_page_no = 0;
for (i = 0; i < 2 * TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_BLOCK_SIZE
+ FSP_EXTENT_SIZE / 2; i++) {
new_block = fseg_alloc_free_page(
fseg_header, prev_page_no + 1, FSP_UP, &mtr);
if (new_block == NULL) {
fprintf(stderr,
"InnoDB: Cannot create doublewrite"
" buffer: you must\n"
"InnoDB: increase your"
" tablespace size.\n"
"InnoDB: Cannot continue operation.\n"
);
exit(1);
}
/* We read the allocated pages to the buffer pool;
when they are written to disk in a flush, the space
id and page number fields are also written to the
pages. When we at database startup read pages
from the doublewrite buffer, we know that if the
space id and page number in them are the same as
the page position in the tablespace, then the page
has not been written to in doublewrite. */
ut_ad(rw_lock_get_x_lock_count(&new_block->lock) == 1);
page_no = buf_block_get_page_no(new_block);
if (i == FSP_EXTENT_SIZE / 2) {
ut_a(page_no == FSP_EXTENT_SIZE);
mlog_write_ulint(doublewrite
+ TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_BLOCK1,
page_no, MLOG_4BYTES, &mtr);
mlog_write_ulint(doublewrite
+ TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_REPEAT
+ TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_BLOCK1,
page_no, MLOG_4BYTES, &mtr);
} else if (i == FSP_EXTENT_SIZE / 2
+ TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_BLOCK_SIZE) {
ut_a(page_no == 2 * FSP_EXTENT_SIZE);
mlog_write_ulint(doublewrite
+ TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_BLOCK2,
page_no, MLOG_4BYTES, &mtr);
mlog_write_ulint(doublewrite
+ TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_REPEAT
+ TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_BLOCK2,
page_no, MLOG_4BYTES, &mtr);
} else if (i > FSP_EXTENT_SIZE / 2) {
ut_a(page_no == prev_page_no + 1);
}
prev_page_no = page_no;
}
mlog_write_ulint(doublewrite + TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_MAGIC,
TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_MAGIC_N,
MLOG_4BYTES, &mtr);
mlog_write_ulint(doublewrite + TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_MAGIC
+ TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_REPEAT,
TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_MAGIC_N,
MLOG_4BYTES, &mtr);
mlog_write_ulint(doublewrite
+ TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_SPACE_ID_STORED,
TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_SPACE_ID_STORED_N,
MLOG_4BYTES, &mtr);
mtr_commit(&mtr);
/* Flush the modified pages to disk and make a checkpoint */
log_make_checkpoint_at(IB_ULONGLONG_MAX, TRUE);
fprintf(stderr, "InnoDB: Doublewrite buffer created\n");
trx_sys_multiple_tablespace_format = TRUE;
goto start_again;
}
}
/****************************************************************//**
At a database startup initializes the doublewrite buffer memory structure if
we already have a doublewrite buffer created in the data files. If we are
upgrading to an InnoDB version which supports multiple tablespaces, then this
function performs the necessary update operations. If we are in a crash
recovery, this function uses a possible doublewrite buffer to restore
half-written pages in the data files. */
UNIV_INTERN
void
trx_sys_doublewrite_init_or_restore_pages(
/*======================================*/
ibool restore_corrupt_pages) /*!< in: TRUE=restore pages */
{
byte* buf;
byte* read_buf;
byte* unaligned_read_buf;
ulint block1;
ulint block2;
ulint source_page_no;
byte* page;
byte* doublewrite;
ulint space_id;
ulint page_no;
ulint i;
/* We do the file i/o past the buffer pool */
unaligned_read_buf = ut_malloc(2 * UNIV_PAGE_SIZE);
read_buf = ut_align(unaligned_read_buf, UNIV_PAGE_SIZE);
/* Read the trx sys header to check if we are using the doublewrite
buffer */
fil_io(OS_FILE_READ, TRUE, TRX_SYS_SPACE, 0, TRX_SYS_PAGE_NO, 0,
UNIV_PAGE_SIZE, read_buf, NULL);
doublewrite = read_buf + TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE;
if (mach_read_from_4(doublewrite + TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_MAGIC)
== TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_MAGIC_N) {
/* The doublewrite buffer has been created */
trx_doublewrite_init(doublewrite);
block1 = trx_doublewrite->block1;
block2 = trx_doublewrite->block2;
buf = trx_doublewrite->write_buf;
} else {
goto leave_func;
}
if (mach_read_from_4(doublewrite + TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_SPACE_ID_STORED)
!= TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_SPACE_ID_STORED_N) {
/* We are upgrading from a version < 4.1.x to a version where
multiple tablespaces are supported. We must reset the space id
field in the pages in the doublewrite buffer because starting
from this version the space id is stored to
FIL_PAGE_ARCH_LOG_NO_OR_SPACE_ID. */
trx_doublewrite_must_reset_space_ids = TRUE;
fprintf(stderr,
"InnoDB: Resetting space id's in the"
" doublewrite buffer\n");
} else {
trx_sys_multiple_tablespace_format = TRUE;
}
/* Read the pages from the doublewrite buffer to memory */
fil_io(OS_FILE_READ, TRUE, TRX_SYS_SPACE, 0, block1, 0,
TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_BLOCK_SIZE * UNIV_PAGE_SIZE,
buf, NULL);
fil_io(OS_FILE_READ, TRUE, TRX_SYS_SPACE, 0, block2, 0,
TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_BLOCK_SIZE * UNIV_PAGE_SIZE,
buf + TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_BLOCK_SIZE * UNIV_PAGE_SIZE,
NULL);
/* Check if any of these pages is half-written in data files, in the
intended position */
page = buf;
for (i = 0; i < TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_BLOCK_SIZE * 2; i++) {
page_no = mach_read_from_4(page + FIL_PAGE_OFFSET);
if (trx_doublewrite_must_reset_space_ids) {
space_id = 0;
mach_write_to_4(page
+ FIL_PAGE_ARCH_LOG_NO_OR_SPACE_ID, 0);
/* We do not need to calculate new checksums for the
pages because the field .._SPACE_ID does not affect
them. Write the page back to where we read it from. */
if (i < TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_BLOCK_SIZE) {
source_page_no = block1 + i;
} else {
source_page_no = block2
+ i - TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_BLOCK_SIZE;
}
fil_io(OS_FILE_WRITE, TRUE, 0, 0, source_page_no, 0,
UNIV_PAGE_SIZE, page, NULL);
/* printf("Resetting space id in page %lu\n",
source_page_no); */
} else {
space_id = mach_read_from_4(
page + FIL_PAGE_ARCH_LOG_NO_OR_SPACE_ID);
}
if (!restore_corrupt_pages) {
/* The database was shut down gracefully: no need to
restore pages */
} else if (!fil_tablespace_exists_in_mem(space_id)) {
/* Maybe we have dropped the single-table tablespace
and this page once belonged to it: do nothing */
} else if (!fil_check_adress_in_tablespace(space_id,
page_no)) {
fprintf(stderr,
"InnoDB: Warning: a page in the"
" doublewrite buffer is not within space\n"
"InnoDB: bounds; space id %lu"
" page number %lu, page %lu in"
" doublewrite buf.\n",
(ulong) space_id, (ulong) page_no, (ulong) i);
} else if (space_id == TRX_SYS_SPACE
&& ((page_no >= block1
&& page_no
< block1 + TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_BLOCK_SIZE)
|| (page_no >= block2
&& page_no
< (block2
+ TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_BLOCK_SIZE)))) {
/* It is an unwritten doublewrite buffer page:
do nothing */
} else {
ulint zip_size = fil_space_get_zip_size(space_id);
/* Read in the actual page from the file */
fil_io(OS_FILE_READ, TRUE, space_id, zip_size,
page_no, 0,
zip_size ? zip_size : UNIV_PAGE_SIZE,
read_buf, NULL);
/* Check if the page is corrupt */
if (UNIV_UNLIKELY
(buf_page_is_corrupted(read_buf, zip_size))) {
fprintf(stderr,
"InnoDB: Warning: database page"
" corruption or a failed\n"
"InnoDB: file read of"
" space %lu page %lu.\n"
"InnoDB: Trying to recover it from"
" the doublewrite buffer.\n",
(ulong) space_id, (ulong) page_no);
if (buf_page_is_corrupted(page, zip_size)) {
fprintf(stderr,
"InnoDB: Dump of the page:\n");
buf_page_print(
read_buf, zip_size,
BUF_PAGE_PRINT_NO_CRASH);
fprintf(stderr,
"InnoDB: Dump of"
" corresponding page"
" in doublewrite buffer:\n");
buf_page_print(
page, zip_size,
BUF_PAGE_PRINT_NO_CRASH);
fprintf(stderr,
"InnoDB: Also the page in the"
" doublewrite buffer"
" is corrupt.\n"
"InnoDB: Cannot continue"
" operation.\n"
"InnoDB: You can try to"
" recover the database"
" with the my.cnf\n"
"InnoDB: option:\n"
"InnoDB:"
" innodb_force_recovery=6\n");
ut_error;
}
/* Write the good page from the
doublewrite buffer to the intended
position */
fil_io(OS_FILE_WRITE, TRUE, space_id,
zip_size, page_no, 0,
zip_size ? zip_size : UNIV_PAGE_SIZE,
page, NULL);
fprintf(stderr,
"InnoDB: Recovered the page from"
" the doublewrite buffer.\n");
}
}
page += UNIV_PAGE_SIZE;
}
fil_flush_file_spaces(FIL_TABLESPACE);
leave_func:
ut_free(unaligned_read_buf);
}
/****************************************************************//**
Checks that trx is in the trx list.
@return TRUE if is in */
UNIV_INTERN
ibool
trx_in_trx_list(
/*============*/
trx_t* in_trx) /*!< in: trx */
{
trx_t* trx;
ut_ad(mutex_own(&(kernel_mutex)));
trx = UT_LIST_GET_FIRST(trx_sys->trx_list);
while (trx != NULL) {
if (trx == in_trx) {
return(TRUE);
}
trx = UT_LIST_GET_NEXT(trx_list, trx);
}
return(FALSE);
}
/*****************************************************************//**
Writes the value of max_trx_id to the file based trx system header. */
UNIV_INTERN
void
trx_sys_flush_max_trx_id(void)
/*==========================*/
{
trx_sysf_t* sys_header;
mtr_t mtr;
ut_ad(mutex_own(&kernel_mutex));
mtr_start(&mtr);
sys_header = trx_sysf_get(&mtr);
mlog_write_ull(sys_header + TRX_SYS_TRX_ID_STORE,
trx_sys->max_trx_id, &mtr);
mtr_commit(&mtr);
}
/*****************************************************************//**
Updates the offset information about the end of the MySQL binlog entry
which corresponds to the transaction just being committed. In a MySQL
replication slave updates the latest master binlog position up to which
replication has proceeded. */
UNIV_INTERN
void
trx_sys_update_mysql_binlog_offset(
/*===============================*/
const char* file_name,/*!< in: MySQL log file name */
ib_int64_t offset, /*!< in: position in that log file */
ulint field, /*!< in: offset of the MySQL log info field in
the trx sys header */
mtr_t* mtr) /*!< in: mtr */
{
trx_sysf_t* sys_header;
if (ut_strlen(file_name) >= TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_NAME_LEN) {
/* We cannot fit the name to the 512 bytes we have reserved */
return;
}
sys_header = trx_sysf_get(mtr);
if (mach_read_from_4(sys_header + field
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_MAGIC_N_FLD)
!= TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_MAGIC_N) {
mlog_write_ulint(sys_header + field
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_MAGIC_N_FLD,
TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_MAGIC_N,
MLOG_4BYTES, mtr);
}
if (0 != strcmp((char*) (sys_header + field + TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_NAME),
file_name)) {
mlog_write_string(sys_header + field
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_NAME,
(byte*) file_name, 1 + ut_strlen(file_name),
mtr);
}
if (mach_read_from_4(sys_header + field
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_OFFSET_HIGH) > 0
|| (offset >> 32) > 0) {
mlog_write_ulint(sys_header + field
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_OFFSET_HIGH,
(ulint)(offset >> 32),
MLOG_4BYTES, mtr);
}
mlog_write_ulint(sys_header + field
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_OFFSET_LOW,
(ulint)(offset & 0xFFFFFFFFUL),
MLOG_4BYTES, mtr);
}
/*****************************************************************//**
Stores the MySQL binlog offset info in the trx system header if
the magic number shows it valid, and print the info to stderr */
UNIV_INTERN
void
trx_sys_print_mysql_binlog_offset(void)
/*===================================*/
{
trx_sysf_t* sys_header;
mtr_t mtr;
ulint trx_sys_mysql_bin_log_pos_high;
ulint trx_sys_mysql_bin_log_pos_low;
mtr_start(&mtr);
sys_header = trx_sysf_get(&mtr);
if (mach_read_from_4(sys_header + TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_INFO
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_MAGIC_N_FLD)
!= TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_MAGIC_N) {
mtr_commit(&mtr);
return;
}
trx_sys_mysql_bin_log_pos_high = mach_read_from_4(
sys_header + TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_INFO
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_OFFSET_HIGH);
trx_sys_mysql_bin_log_pos_low = mach_read_from_4(
sys_header + TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_INFO
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_OFFSET_LOW);
trx_sys_mysql_bin_log_pos
= (((ib_int64_t)trx_sys_mysql_bin_log_pos_high) << 32)
+ (ib_int64_t)trx_sys_mysql_bin_log_pos_low;
ut_memcpy(trx_sys_mysql_bin_log_name,
sys_header + TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_INFO
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_NAME, TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_NAME_LEN);
fprintf(stderr,
"InnoDB: Last MySQL binlog file position %lu %lu,"
" file name %s\n",
trx_sys_mysql_bin_log_pos_high, trx_sys_mysql_bin_log_pos_low,
trx_sys_mysql_bin_log_name);
mtr_commit(&mtr);
}
/*****************************************************************//**
Prints to stderr the MySQL master log offset info in the trx system header if
the magic number shows it valid. */
UNIV_INTERN
void
trx_sys_print_mysql_master_log_pos(void)
/*====================================*/
{
trx_sysf_t* sys_header;
mtr_t mtr;
mtr_start(&mtr);
sys_header = trx_sysf_get(&mtr);
if (mach_read_from_4(sys_header + TRX_SYS_MYSQL_MASTER_LOG_INFO
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_MAGIC_N_FLD)
!= TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_MAGIC_N) {
mtr_commit(&mtr);
return;
}
fprintf(stderr,
"InnoDB: In a MySQL replication slave the last"
" master binlog file\n"
"InnoDB: position %lu %lu, file name %s\n",
(ulong) mach_read_from_4(sys_header
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_MASTER_LOG_INFO
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_OFFSET_HIGH),
(ulong) mach_read_from_4(sys_header
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_MASTER_LOG_INFO
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_OFFSET_LOW),
sys_header + TRX_SYS_MYSQL_MASTER_LOG_INFO
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_NAME);
/* Copy the master log position info to global variables we can
use in ha_innobase.cc to initialize glob_mi to right values */
ut_memcpy(trx_sys_mysql_master_log_name,
sys_header + TRX_SYS_MYSQL_MASTER_LOG_INFO
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_NAME,
TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_NAME_LEN);
trx_sys_mysql_master_log_pos
= (((ib_int64_t) mach_read_from_4(
sys_header + TRX_SYS_MYSQL_MASTER_LOG_INFO
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_OFFSET_HIGH)) << 32)
+ ((ib_int64_t) mach_read_from_4(
sys_header + TRX_SYS_MYSQL_MASTER_LOG_INFO
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_OFFSET_LOW));
mtr_commit(&mtr);
}
/****************************************************************//**
Looks for a free slot for a rollback segment in the trx system file copy.
@return slot index or ULINT_UNDEFINED if not found */
UNIV_INTERN
ulint
trx_sysf_rseg_find_free(
/*====================*/
mtr_t* mtr) /*!< in: mtr */
{
trx_sysf_t* sys_header;
ulint page_no;
ulint i;
ut_ad(mutex_own(&(kernel_mutex)));
sys_header = trx_sysf_get(mtr);
for (i = 0; i < TRX_SYS_N_RSEGS; i++) {
page_no = trx_sysf_rseg_get_page_no(sys_header, i, mtr);
if (page_no == FIL_NULL) {
return(i);
}
}
return(ULINT_UNDEFINED);
}
/*****************************************************************//**
Creates the file page for the transaction system. This function is called only
at the database creation, before trx_sys_init. */
static
void
trx_sysf_create(
/*============*/
mtr_t* mtr) /*!< in: mtr */
{
trx_sysf_t* sys_header;
ulint slot_no;
buf_block_t* block;
page_t* page;
ulint page_no;
byte* ptr;
ulint len;
ut_ad(mtr);
/* Note that below we first reserve the file space x-latch, and
then enter the kernel: we must do it in this order to conform
to the latching order rules. */
mtr_x_lock(fil_space_get_latch(TRX_SYS_SPACE, NULL), mtr);
mutex_enter(&kernel_mutex);
/* Create the trx sys file block in a new allocated file segment */
block = fseg_create(TRX_SYS_SPACE, 0, TRX_SYS + TRX_SYS_FSEG_HEADER,
mtr);
buf_block_dbg_add_level(block, SYNC_TRX_SYS_HEADER);
ut_a(buf_block_get_page_no(block) == TRX_SYS_PAGE_NO);
page = buf_block_get_frame(block);
mlog_write_ulint(page + FIL_PAGE_TYPE, FIL_PAGE_TYPE_TRX_SYS,
MLOG_2BYTES, mtr);
/* Reset the doublewrite buffer magic number to zero so that we
know that the doublewrite buffer has not yet been created (this
suppresses a Valgrind warning) */
mlog_write_ulint(page + TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE
+ TRX_SYS_DOUBLEWRITE_MAGIC, 0, MLOG_4BYTES, mtr);
sys_header = trx_sysf_get(mtr);
/* Start counting transaction ids from number 1 up */
mach_write_to_8(sys_header + TRX_SYS_TRX_ID_STORE, 1);
/* Reset the rollback segment slots. Old versions of InnoDB
define TRX_SYS_N_RSEGS as 256 (TRX_SYS_OLD_N_RSEGS) and expect
that the whole array is initialized. */
ptr = TRX_SYS_RSEGS + sys_header;
len = ut_max(TRX_SYS_OLD_N_RSEGS, TRX_SYS_N_RSEGS)
* TRX_SYS_RSEG_SLOT_SIZE;
memset(ptr, 0xff, len);
ptr += len;
ut_a(ptr <= page + (UNIV_PAGE_SIZE - FIL_PAGE_DATA_END));
/* Initialize all of the page. This part used to be uninitialized. */
memset(ptr, 0, UNIV_PAGE_SIZE - FIL_PAGE_DATA_END + page - ptr);
mlog_log_string(sys_header, UNIV_PAGE_SIZE - FIL_PAGE_DATA_END
+ page - sys_header, mtr);
/* Create the first rollback segment in the SYSTEM tablespace */
slot_no = trx_sysf_rseg_find_free(mtr);
page_no = trx_rseg_header_create(TRX_SYS_SPACE, 0, ULINT_MAX, slot_no,
mtr);
ut_a(slot_no == TRX_SYS_SYSTEM_RSEG_ID);
ut_a(page_no == FSP_FIRST_RSEG_PAGE_NO);
mutex_exit(&kernel_mutex);
}
/*****************************************************************//**
Compare two trx_rseg_t instances on last_trx_no. */
static
int
trx_rseg_compare_last_trx_no(
/*=========================*/
const void* p1, /*!< in: elem to compare */
const void* p2) /*!< in: elem to compare */
{
ib_int64_t cmp;
const rseg_queue_t* rseg_q1 = (const rseg_queue_t*) p1;
const rseg_queue_t* rseg_q2 = (const rseg_queue_t*) p2;
cmp = rseg_q1->trx_no - rseg_q2->trx_no;
if (cmp < 0) {
return(-1);
} else if (cmp > 0) {
return(1);
}
return(0);
}
/*****************************************************************//**
Creates and initializes the central memory structures for the transaction
system. This is called when the database is started. */
UNIV_INTERN
void
trx_sys_init_at_db_start(void)
/*==========================*/
{
trx_sysf_t* sys_header;
ib_uint64_t rows_to_undo = 0;
const char* unit = "";
trx_t* trx;
mtr_t mtr;
ib_bh_t* ib_bh;
mtr_start(&mtr);
ut_ad(trx_sys == NULL);
mutex_enter(&kernel_mutex);
/* We create the min binary heap here and pass ownership to
purge when we init the purge sub-system. Purge is responsible
for freeing the binary heap. */
ib_bh = ib_bh_create(
trx_rseg_compare_last_trx_no,
sizeof(rseg_queue_t), TRX_SYS_N_RSEGS);
trx_sys = mem_zalloc(sizeof(*trx_sys));
sys_header = trx_sysf_get(&mtr);
trx_rseg_list_and_array_init(sys_header, ib_bh, &mtr);
trx_sys->latest_rseg = UT_LIST_GET_FIRST(trx_sys->rseg_list);
/* VERY important: after the database is started, max_trx_id value is
divisible by TRX_SYS_TRX_ID_WRITE_MARGIN, and the 'if' in
trx_sys_get_new_trx_id will evaluate to TRUE when the function
is first time called, and the value for trx id will be written
to the disk-based header! Thus trx id values will not overlap when
the database is repeatedly started! */
trx_sys->max_trx_id = 2 * TRX_SYS_TRX_ID_WRITE_MARGIN
+ ut_uint64_align_up(mach_read_from_8(sys_header
+ TRX_SYS_TRX_ID_STORE),
TRX_SYS_TRX_ID_WRITE_MARGIN);
UT_LIST_INIT(trx_sys->mysql_trx_list);
trx_dummy_sess = sess_open();
trx_lists_init_at_db_start();
if (UT_LIST_GET_LEN(trx_sys->trx_list) > 0) {
trx = UT_LIST_GET_FIRST(trx_sys->trx_list);
for (;;) {
if (trx->conc_state != TRX_PREPARED) {
rows_to_undo += trx->undo_no;
}
trx = UT_LIST_GET_NEXT(trx_list, trx);
if (!trx) {
break;
}
}
if (rows_to_undo > 1000000000) {
unit = "M";
rows_to_undo = rows_to_undo / 1000000;
}
fprintf(stderr,
"InnoDB: %lu transaction(s) which must be"
" rolled back or cleaned up\n"
"InnoDB: in total %lu%s row operations to undo\n",
(ulong) UT_LIST_GET_LEN(trx_sys->trx_list),
(ulong) rows_to_undo, unit);
fprintf(stderr, "InnoDB: Trx id counter is " TRX_ID_FMT "\n",
(ullint) trx_sys->max_trx_id);
}
UT_LIST_INIT(trx_sys->view_list);
/* Transfer ownership to purge. */
trx_purge_sys_create(ib_bh);
mutex_exit(&kernel_mutex);
mtr_commit(&mtr);
}
/*****************************************************************//**
Creates and initializes the transaction system at the database creation. */
UNIV_INTERN
void
trx_sys_create(void)
/*================*/
{
mtr_t mtr;
mtr_start(&mtr);
trx_sysf_create(&mtr);
mtr_commit(&mtr);
trx_sys_init_at_db_start();
}
/*****************************************************************//**
Update the file format tag.
@return always TRUE */
static
ibool
trx_sys_file_format_max_write(
/*==========================*/
ulint format_id, /*!< in: file format id */
const char** name) /*!< out: max file format name, can
be NULL */
{
mtr_t mtr;
byte* ptr;
buf_block_t* block;
ib_uint64_t tag_value;
mtr_start(&mtr);
block = buf_page_get(
TRX_SYS_SPACE, 0, TRX_SYS_PAGE_NO, RW_X_LATCH, &mtr);
file_format_max.id = format_id;
file_format_max.name = trx_sys_file_format_id_to_name(format_id);
ptr = buf_block_get_frame(block) + TRX_SYS_FILE_FORMAT_TAG;
tag_value = format_id + TRX_SYS_FILE_FORMAT_TAG_MAGIC_N;
if (name) {
*name = file_format_max.name;
}
mlog_write_ull(ptr, tag_value, &mtr);
mtr_commit(&mtr);
return(TRUE);
}
/*****************************************************************//**
Read the file format tag.
@return the file format or ULINT_UNDEFINED if not set. */
static
ulint
trx_sys_file_format_max_read(void)
/*==============================*/
{
mtr_t mtr;
const byte* ptr;
const buf_block_t* block;
ib_id_t file_format_id;
/* Since this is called during the startup phase it's safe to
read the value without a covering mutex. */
mtr_start(&mtr);
block = buf_page_get(
TRX_SYS_SPACE, 0, TRX_SYS_PAGE_NO, RW_X_LATCH, &mtr);
ptr = buf_block_get_frame(block) + TRX_SYS_FILE_FORMAT_TAG;
file_format_id = mach_read_from_8(ptr);
mtr_commit(&mtr);
file_format_id -= TRX_SYS_FILE_FORMAT_TAG_MAGIC_N;
if (file_format_id >= FILE_FORMAT_NAME_N) {
/* Either it has never been tagged, or garbage in it. */
return(ULINT_UNDEFINED);
}
return((ulint) file_format_id);
}
/*****************************************************************//**
Get the name representation of the file format from its id.
@return pointer to the name */
UNIV_INTERN
const char*
trx_sys_file_format_id_to_name(
/*===========================*/
const ulint id) /*!< in: id of the file format */
{
ut_a(id < FILE_FORMAT_NAME_N);
return(file_format_name_map[id]);
}
/*****************************************************************//**
Check for the max file format tag stored on disk. Note: If max_format_id
is == DICT_TF_FORMAT_MAX + 1 then we only print a warning.
@return DB_SUCCESS or error code */
UNIV_INTERN
ulint
trx_sys_file_format_max_check(
/*==========================*/
ulint max_format_id) /*!< in: max format id to check */
{
ulint format_id;
/* Check the file format in the tablespace. Do not try to
recover if the file format is not supported by the engine
unless forced by the user. */
format_id = trx_sys_file_format_max_read();
if (format_id == ULINT_UNDEFINED) {
/* Format ID was not set. Set it to minimum possible
value. */
format_id = DICT_TF_FORMAT_MIN;
}
ut_print_timestamp(stderr);
fprintf(stderr,
" InnoDB: highest supported file format is %s.\n",
trx_sys_file_format_id_to_name(DICT_TF_FORMAT_MAX));
if (format_id > DICT_TF_FORMAT_MAX) {
ut_a(format_id < FILE_FORMAT_NAME_N);
ut_print_timestamp(stderr);
fprintf(stderr,
" InnoDB: %s: the system tablespace is in a file "
"format that this version doesn't support - %s\n",
((max_format_id <= DICT_TF_FORMAT_MAX)
? "Error" : "Warning"),
trx_sys_file_format_id_to_name(format_id));
if (max_format_id <= DICT_TF_FORMAT_MAX) {
return(DB_ERROR);
}
}
format_id = (format_id > max_format_id) ? format_id : max_format_id;
/* We don't need a mutex here, as this function should only
be called once at start up. */
file_format_max.id = format_id;
file_format_max.name = trx_sys_file_format_id_to_name(format_id);
return(DB_SUCCESS);
}
/*****************************************************************//**
Set the file format id unconditionally except if it's already the
same value.
@return TRUE if value updated */
UNIV_INTERN
ibool
trx_sys_file_format_max_set(
/*========================*/
ulint format_id, /*!< in: file format id */
const char** name) /*!< out: max file format name or
NULL if not needed. */
{
ibool ret = FALSE;
ut_a(format_id <= DICT_TF_FORMAT_MAX);
mutex_enter(&file_format_max.mutex);
/* Only update if not already same value. */
if (format_id != file_format_max.id) {
ret = trx_sys_file_format_max_write(format_id, name);
}
mutex_exit(&file_format_max.mutex);
return(ret);
}
/********************************************************************//**
Tags the system table space with minimum format id if it has not been
tagged yet.
WARNING: This function is only called during the startup and AFTER the
redo log application during recovery has finished. */
UNIV_INTERN
void
trx_sys_file_format_tag_init(void)
/*==============================*/
{
ulint format_id;
format_id = trx_sys_file_format_max_read();
/* If format_id is not set then set it to the minimum. */
if (format_id == ULINT_UNDEFINED) {
trx_sys_file_format_max_set(DICT_TF_FORMAT_MIN, NULL);
}
}
/********************************************************************//**
Update the file format tag in the system tablespace only if the given
format id is greater than the known max id.
@return TRUE if format_id was bigger than the known max id */
UNIV_INTERN
ibool
trx_sys_file_format_max_upgrade(
/*============================*/
const char** name, /*!< out: max file format name */
ulint format_id) /*!< in: file format identifier */
{
ibool ret = FALSE;
ut_a(name);
ut_a(file_format_max.name != NULL);
ut_a(format_id <= DICT_TF_FORMAT_MAX);
mutex_enter(&file_format_max.mutex);
if (format_id > file_format_max.id) {
ret = trx_sys_file_format_max_write(format_id, name);
}
mutex_exit(&file_format_max.mutex);
return(ret);
}
/*****************************************************************//**
Get the name representation of the file format from its id.
@return pointer to the max format name */
UNIV_INTERN
const char*
trx_sys_file_format_max_get(void)
/*=============================*/
{
return(file_format_max.name);
}
/*****************************************************************//**
Initializes the tablespace tag system. */
UNIV_INTERN
void
trx_sys_file_format_init(void)
/*==========================*/
{
mutex_create(file_format_max_mutex_key,
&file_format_max.mutex, SYNC_FILE_FORMAT_TAG);
/* We don't need a mutex here, as this function should only
be called once at start up. */
file_format_max.id = DICT_TF_FORMAT_MIN;
file_format_max.name = trx_sys_file_format_id_to_name(
file_format_max.id);
}
/*****************************************************************//**
Closes the tablespace tag system. */
UNIV_INTERN
void
trx_sys_file_format_close(void)
/*===========================*/
{
/* Does nothing at the moment */
}
/*********************************************************************
Creates the rollback segments */
UNIV_INTERN
void
trx_sys_create_rsegs(
/*=================*/
ulint n_rsegs) /*!< number of rollback segments to create */
{
ulint new_rsegs = 0;
/* Do not create additional rollback segments if
innodb_force_recovery has been set and the database
was not shutdown cleanly. */
if (!srv_force_recovery && !recv_needed_recovery) {
ulint i;
for (i = 0; i < n_rsegs; ++i) {
if (trx_rseg_create() != NULL) {
++new_rsegs;
} else {
break;
}
}
}
if (new_rsegs > 0) {
fprintf(stderr,
"InnoDB: %lu rollback segment(s) active.\n",
new_rsegs);
}
}
#else /* !UNIV_HOTBACKUP */
/*****************************************************************//**
Prints to stderr the MySQL binlog info in the system header if the
magic number shows it valid. */
UNIV_INTERN
void
trx_sys_print_mysql_binlog_offset_from_page(
/*========================================*/
const byte* page) /*!< in: buffer containing the trx
system header page, i.e., page number
TRX_SYS_PAGE_NO in the tablespace */
{
const trx_sysf_t* sys_header;
sys_header = page + TRX_SYS;
if (mach_read_from_4(sys_header + TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_INFO
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_MAGIC_N_FLD)
== TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_MAGIC_N) {
fprintf(stderr,
"ibbackup: Last MySQL binlog file position %lu %lu,"
" file name %s\n",
(ulong) mach_read_from_4(
sys_header + TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_INFO
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_OFFSET_HIGH),
(ulong) mach_read_from_4(
sys_header + TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_INFO
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_OFFSET_LOW),
sys_header + TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_INFO
+ TRX_SYS_MYSQL_LOG_NAME);
}
}
/* THESE ARE COPIED FROM NON-HOTBACKUP PART OF THE INNODB SOURCE TREE
(This code duplicaton should be fixed at some point!)
*/
#define TRX_SYS_SPACE 0 /* the SYSTEM tablespace */
/* The offset of the file format tag on the trx system header page */
#define TRX_SYS_FILE_FORMAT_TAG (UNIV_PAGE_SIZE - 16)
/* We use these random constants to reduce the probability of reading
garbage (from previous versions) that maps to an actual format id. We
use these as bit masks at the time of reading and writing from/to disk. */
#define TRX_SYS_FILE_FORMAT_TAG_MAGIC_N_LOW 3645922177UL
#define TRX_SYS_FILE_FORMAT_TAG_MAGIC_N_HIGH 2745987765UL
/* END OF COPIED DEFINITIONS */
/*****************************************************************//**
Reads the file format id from the first system table space file.
Even if the call succeeds and returns TRUE, the returned format id
may be ULINT_UNDEFINED signalling that the format id was not present
in the data file.
@return TRUE if call succeeds */
UNIV_INTERN
ibool
trx_sys_read_file_format_id(
/*========================*/
const char *pathname, /*!< in: pathname of the first system
table space file */
ulint *format_id) /*!< out: file format of the system table
space */
{
os_file_t file;
ibool success;
byte buf[UNIV_PAGE_SIZE * 2];
page_t* page = ut_align(buf, UNIV_PAGE_SIZE);
const byte* ptr;
ib_id_t file_format_id;
*format_id = ULINT_UNDEFINED;
file = os_file_create_simple_no_error_handling(
innodb_file_data_key,
pathname,
OS_FILE_OPEN,
OS_FILE_READ_ONLY,
&success
);
if (!success) {
/* The following call prints an error message */
os_file_get_last_error(TRUE);
ut_print_timestamp(stderr);
fprintf(stderr,
" ibbackup: Error: trying to read system tablespace file format,\n"
" ibbackup: but could not open the tablespace file %s!\n",
pathname
);
return(FALSE);
}
/* Read the page on which file format is stored */
success = os_file_read_no_error_handling(
file, page, TRX_SYS_PAGE_NO * UNIV_PAGE_SIZE, 0, UNIV_PAGE_SIZE
);
if (!success) {
/* The following call prints an error message */
os_file_get_last_error(TRUE);
ut_print_timestamp(stderr);
fprintf(stderr,
" ibbackup: Error: trying to read system table space file format,\n"
" ibbackup: but failed to read the tablespace file %s!\n",
pathname
);
os_file_close(file);
return(FALSE);
}
os_file_close(file);
/* get the file format from the page */
ptr = page + TRX_SYS_FILE_FORMAT_TAG;
file_format_id = mach_read_from_8(ptr);
file_format_id -= TRX_SYS_FILE_FORMAT_TAG_MAGIC_N;
if (file_format_id >= FILE_FORMAT_NAME_N) {
/* Either it has never been tagged, or garbage in it. */
return(TRUE);
}
*format_id = (ulint) file_format_id;
return(TRUE);
}
/*****************************************************************//**
Reads the file format id from the given per-table data file.
@return TRUE if call succeeds */
UNIV_INTERN
ibool
trx_sys_read_pertable_file_format_id(
/*=================================*/
const char *pathname, /*!< in: pathname of a per-table
datafile */
ulint *format_id) /*!< out: file format of the per-table
data file */
{
os_file_t file;
ibool success;
byte buf[UNIV_PAGE_SIZE * 2];
page_t* page = ut_align(buf, UNIV_PAGE_SIZE);
const byte* ptr;
ib_uint32_t flags;
*format_id = ULINT_UNDEFINED;
file = os_file_create_simple_no_error_handling(
innodb_file_data_key,
pathname,
OS_FILE_OPEN,
OS_FILE_READ_ONLY,
&success
);
if (!success) {
/* The following call prints an error message */
os_file_get_last_error(TRUE);
ut_print_timestamp(stderr);
fprintf(stderr,
" ibbackup: Error: trying to read per-table tablespace format,\n"
" ibbackup: but could not open the tablespace file %s!\n",
pathname
);
return(FALSE);
}
/* Read the first page of the per-table datafile */
success = os_file_read_no_error_handling(
file, page, 0, 0, UNIV_PAGE_SIZE
);
if (!success) {
/* The following call prints an error message */
os_file_get_last_error(TRUE);
ut_print_timestamp(stderr);
fprintf(stderr,
" ibbackup: Error: trying to per-table data file format,\n"
" ibbackup: but failed to read the tablespace file %s!\n",
pathname
);
os_file_close(file);
return(FALSE);
}
os_file_close(file);
/* get the file format from the page */
ptr = page + 54;
flags = mach_read_from_4(ptr);
if (flags == 0) {
/* file format is Antelope */
*format_id = 0;
return (TRUE);
} else if (flags & 1) {
/* tablespace flags are ok */
*format_id = (flags / 32) % 128;
return (TRUE);
} else {
/* bad tablespace flags */
return(FALSE);
}
}
/*****************************************************************//**
Get the name representation of the file format from its id.
@return pointer to the name */
UNIV_INTERN
const char*
trx_sys_file_format_id_to_name(
/*===========================*/
const ulint id) /*!< in: id of the file format */
{
if (!(id < FILE_FORMAT_NAME_N)) {
/* unknown id */
return ("Unknown");
}
return(file_format_name_map[id]);
}
#endif /* !UNIV_HOTBACKUP */
#ifndef UNIV_HOTBACKUP
/*********************************************************************
Shutdown/Close the transaction system. */
UNIV_INTERN
void
trx_sys_close(void)
/*===============*/
{
trx_t* trx;
trx_rseg_t* rseg;
read_view_t* view;
ut_ad(trx_sys != NULL);
ut_ad(srv_shutdown_state == SRV_SHUTDOWN_EXIT_THREADS);
/* Check that all read views are closed except read view owned
by a purge. */
if (UT_LIST_GET_LEN(trx_sys->view_list) > 1) {
fprintf(stderr,
"InnoDB: Error: all read views were not closed"
" before shutdown:\n"
"InnoDB: %lu read views open \n",
UT_LIST_GET_LEN(trx_sys->view_list) - 1);
}
sess_close(trx_dummy_sess);
trx_dummy_sess = NULL;
trx_purge_sys_close();
mutex_enter(&kernel_mutex);
/* Free the double write data structures. */
ut_a(trx_doublewrite != NULL);
ut_free(trx_doublewrite->write_buf_unaligned);
trx_doublewrite->write_buf_unaligned = NULL;
mem_free(trx_doublewrite->buf_block_arr);
trx_doublewrite->buf_block_arr = NULL;
mutex_free(&trx_doublewrite->mutex);
mem_free(trx_doublewrite);
trx_doublewrite = NULL;
/* Only prepared transactions may be left in the system. Free them. */
ut_a(UT_LIST_GET_LEN(trx_sys->trx_list) == trx_n_prepared);
while ((trx = UT_LIST_GET_FIRST(trx_sys->trx_list)) != NULL) {
trx_free_prepared(trx);
}
/* There can't be any active transactions. */
rseg = UT_LIST_GET_FIRST(trx_sys->rseg_list);
while (rseg != NULL) {
trx_rseg_t* prev_rseg = rseg;
rseg = UT_LIST_GET_NEXT(rseg_list, prev_rseg);
UT_LIST_REMOVE(rseg_list, trx_sys->rseg_list, prev_rseg);
trx_rseg_mem_free(prev_rseg);
}
view = UT_LIST_GET_FIRST(trx_sys->view_list);
while (view != NULL) {
read_view_t* prev_view = view;
view = UT_LIST_GET_NEXT(view_list, prev_view);
/* Views are allocated from the trx_sys->global_read_view_heap.
So, we simply remove the element here. */
UT_LIST_REMOVE(view_list, trx_sys->view_list, prev_view);
}
ut_a(UT_LIST_GET_LEN(trx_sys->trx_list) == 0);
ut_a(UT_LIST_GET_LEN(trx_sys->rseg_list) == 0);
ut_a(UT_LIST_GET_LEN(trx_sys->view_list) == 0);
ut_a(UT_LIST_GET_LEN(trx_sys->mysql_trx_list) == 0);
mem_free(trx_sys);
trx_sys = NULL;
mutex_exit(&kernel_mutex);
}
#endif /* !UNIV_HOTBACKUP */
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