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Added the database schema of Socorro 2.5.2

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+--
+-- PostgreSQL database dump
+--
+
+SET statement_timeout = 0;
+SET client_encoding = 'UTF8';
+SET standard_conforming_strings = off;
+SET check_function_bodies = false;
+SET client_min_messages = warning;
+SET escape_string_warning = off;
+
+--
+-- Name: plperl; Type: PROCEDURAL LANGUAGE; Schema: -; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURAL LANGUAGE plperl;
+
+
+ALTER PROCEDURAL LANGUAGE plperl OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: plpgsql; Type: PROCEDURAL LANGUAGE; Schema: -; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURAL LANGUAGE plpgsql;
+
+
+ALTER PROCEDURAL LANGUAGE plpgsql OWNER TO postgres;
+
+SET search_path = public, pg_catalog;
+
+--
+-- Name: citext; Type: SHELL TYPE; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE TYPE citext;
+
+
+--
+-- Name: citextin(cstring); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION citextin(cstring) RETURNS citext
+ LANGUAGE internal IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $$textin$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.citextin(cstring) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: citextout(citext); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION citextout(citext) RETURNS cstring
+ LANGUAGE internal IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $$textout$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.citextout(citext) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: citextrecv(internal); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION citextrecv(internal) RETURNS citext
+ LANGUAGE internal STABLE STRICT
+ AS $$textrecv$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.citextrecv(internal) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: citextsend(citext); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION citextsend(citext) RETURNS bytea
+ LANGUAGE internal STABLE STRICT
+ AS $$textsend$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.citextsend(citext) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: citext; Type: TYPE; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE TYPE citext (
+ INTERNALLENGTH = variable,
+ INPUT = citextin,
+ OUTPUT = citextout,
+ RECEIVE = citextrecv,
+ SEND = citextsend,
+ CATEGORY = 'S',
+ ALIGNMENT = int4,
+ STORAGE = extended
+);
+
+
+ALTER TYPE public.citext OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: major_version; Type: DOMAIN; Schema: public; Owner: breakpad_rw
+--
+
+CREATE DOMAIN major_version AS text
+ CONSTRAINT major_version_check CHECK ((VALUE ~ '^\\d+\\.\\d+'::text));
+
+
+ALTER DOMAIN public.major_version OWNER TO breakpad_rw;
+
+--
+-- Name: product_info_change; Type: TYPE; Schema: public; Owner: breakpad_rw
+--
+
+CREATE TYPE product_info_change AS (
+ begin_date date,
+ end_date date,
+ featured boolean,
+ crash_throttle numeric
+);
+
+
+ALTER TYPE public.product_info_change OWNER TO breakpad_rw;
+
+--
+-- Name: release_enum; Type: TYPE; Schema: public; Owner: breakpad_rw
+--
+
+CREATE TYPE release_enum AS ENUM (
+ 'major',
+ 'milestone',
+ 'development'
+);
+
+
+ALTER TYPE public.release_enum OWNER TO breakpad_rw;
+
+--
+-- Name: add_column_if_not_exists(text, text, text, boolean); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION add_column_if_not_exists(coltable text, colname text, declaration text, indexed boolean DEFAULT false) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $$
+DECLARE dex INT := 1;
+ scripts TEXT[] := '{}';
+BEGIN
+-- this function allows you to send an add column script to the backend
+-- multiple times without erroring. it checks if the column is already
+-- there and also optionally creates and index on it
+
+ PERFORM 1 FROM information_schema.columns
+ WHERE table_name = coltable
+ AND column_name = colname;
+ IF FOUND THEN
+ RETURN TRUE;
+ END IF;
+
+ scripts := string_to_array(declaration, ';');
+ WHILE scripts[dex] IS NOT NULL LOOP
+ EXECUTE scripts[dex];
+ dex := dex + 1;
+ END LOOP;
+
+ IF indexed THEN
+ EXECUTE 'CREATE INDEX ' || coltable || '_' || colname ||
+ ' ON ' || coltable || '(' || colname || ')';
+ END IF;
+
+ RETURN TRUE;
+END;
+$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.add_column_if_not_exists(coltable text, colname text, declaration text, indexed boolean) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: add_old_release(text, text, release_enum, date, boolean); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION add_old_release(product_name text, new_version text, release_type release_enum DEFAULT 'major'::release_enum, release_date date DEFAULT ('now'::text)::date, is_featured boolean DEFAULT false) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $$
+DECLARE last_date DATE;
+featured_count INT;
+new_id INT;
+BEGIN
+
+IF release_type = 'major' THEN
+last_date := release_date + ( 18 * 7 );
+ELSE
+last_date := release_date + ( 9 * 7 );
+END IF;
+
+IF is_featured THEN
+-- check if we already have 4 featured
+SELECT COUNT(*) INTO featured_count
+FROM productdims JOIN product_visibility
+ON productdims.id = product_visibility.productdims_id
+WHERE featured
+AND product = product_name
+AND end_date >= current_date;
+
+IF featured_count > 4 THEN
+-- too many, drop one
+UPDATE product_visibility
+SET featured = false
+WHERE productdims_id = (
+SELECT id
+FROM productdims
+JOIN product_visibility viz2
+ON productdims.id = viz2.productdims_id
+WHERE product = product_name
+AND featured
+AND end_date >= current_date
+ORDER BY viz2.end_date LIMIT 1
+);
+END IF;
+END IF;
+
+ -- now add it
+
+ INSERT INTO productdims ( product, version, branch, release, version_sort )
+ VALUES ( product_name, new_version, '2.2', release_type, old_version_sort(new_version) )
+ RETURNING id
+ INTO new_id;
+
+ INSERT INTO product_visibility ( productdims_id, start_date, end_date,
+ featured, throttle )
+ VALUES ( new_id, release_date, last_date, is_featured, 100 );
+
+ RETURN TRUE;
+
+END; $$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.add_old_release(product_name text, new_version text, release_type release_enum, release_date date, is_featured boolean) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: aurora_or_nightly(text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION aurora_or_nightly(version text) RETURNS text
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $_$
+-- figures out "aurora" or "nightly" from a version string
+-- returns ERROR otherwise
+SELECT CASE WHEN $1 LIKE '%a1' THEN 'nightly'
+ WHEN $1 LIKE '%a2' THEN 'aurora'
+ ELSE 'ERROR' END;
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.aurora_or_nightly(version text) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: backfill_adu(date); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION backfill_adu(updateday date) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $$
+BEGIN
+-- stored procudure to delete and replace one day of
+-- product_adu, optionally only for a specific product
+-- intended to be called by backfill_matviews
+
+DELETE FROM product_adu
+WHERE adu_date = updateday;
+
+PERFORM update_adu(updateday);
+
+RETURN TRUE;
+END; $$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.backfill_adu(updateday date) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: backfill_all_dups(timestamp without time zone, timestamp without time zone); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION backfill_all_dups(start_date timestamp without time zone, end_date timestamp without time zone) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $$
+declare this_time timestamp;
+ dups_found int;
+begin
+
+this_time := start_date + interval '1 hour';
+
+ create temporary table new_reports_duplicates (
+ uuid text, duplicate_of text, date_processed timestamp )
+ on commit drop;
+
+-- fill in duplicates for one-hour windows
+-- advancing in 30-minute increments
+while this_time <= end_date loop
+
+ dups_found := backfill_reports_duplicates( this_time - INTERVAL '1 hour', this_time);
+
+ RAISE INFO '% duplicates found for %',dups_found,this_time;
+
+ this_time := this_time + interval '30 minutes';
+
+ -- analyze once per day, just to avoid bad query plans
+ IF extract('hour' FROM this_time) = 2 THEN
+ analyze reports_duplicates;
+ END IF;
+
+ truncate new_reports_duplicates;
+
+end loop;
+
+return true;
+end; $$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.backfill_all_dups(start_date timestamp without time zone, end_date timestamp without time zone) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: backfill_correlations(date); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION backfill_correlations(updateday date) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $$
+BEGIN
+
+PERFORM update_correlations(updateday, false);
+
+RETURN TRUE;
+END; $$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.backfill_correlations(updateday date) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: backfill_daily_crashes(date); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION backfill_daily_crashes(updateday date) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ SET work_mem TO '512MB'
+ SET temp_buffers TO '512MB'
+ AS $$
+BEGIN
+-- VERSION 4
+-- deletes and replaces daily_crashes for selected dates
+-- now just nests a call to update_daily_crashes
+
+DELETE FROM daily_crashes
+WHERE adu_day = updateday;
+PERFORM update_daily_crashes(updateday, false);
+
+RETURN TRUE;
+
+END;$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.backfill_daily_crashes(updateday date) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: backfill_hang_report(date); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION backfill_hang_report(backfilldate date) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $$
+BEGIN
+-- delete rows
+DELETE FROM daily_hangs
+WHERE report_date = backfilldate;
+
+PERFORM update_hang_report(backfilldate, false);
+RETURN TRUE;
+
+END;
+$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.backfill_hang_report(backfilldate date) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: backfill_matviews(date, date, boolean); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION backfill_matviews(firstday date, lastday date DEFAULT NULL::date, reportsclean boolean DEFAULT true) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ SET "TimeZone" TO 'UTC'
+ AS $$
+DECLARE thisday DATE := firstday;
+ last_rc timestamptz;
+ first_rc timestamptz;
+ last_adu DATE;
+BEGIN
+-- this producedure is meant to be called manually
+-- by administrators in order to clear and backfill
+-- the various matviews in order to recalculate old
+-- data which was erroneous.
+-- it requires a start date, and optionally an end date
+-- no longer takes a product parameter
+-- optionally disable reports_clean backfill
+-- since that takes a long time
+
+-- set start date for r_c
+first_rc := firstday AT TIME ZONE 'UTC';
+
+-- check parameters
+IF firstday > current_date OR lastday > current_date THEN
+ RAISE EXCEPTION 'date parameter error: cannot backfill into the future';
+END IF;
+
+-- set optional end date
+IF lastday IS NULL or lastday = current_date THEN
+ last_rc := date_trunc('hour', now()) - INTERVAL '3 hours';
+ELSE
+ last_rc := ( lastday + 1 ) AT TIME ZONE 'UTC';
+END IF;
+
+-- check if lastday is after we have ADU;
+-- if so, adjust lastday
+SELECT max("date")
+INTO last_adu
+FROM raw_adu;
+
+IF lastday > last_adu THEN
+ RAISE INFO 'last day of backfill period is after final day of ADU. adjusting last day to %',last_adu;
+ lastday := last_adu;
+END IF;
+
+-- fill in products
+PERFORM update_product_versions();
+
+-- backfill reports_clean. this takes a while
+-- we provide a switch to disable it
+IF reportsclean THEN
+ RAISE INFO 'backfilling reports_clean';
+ PERFORM backfill_reports_clean( first_rc, last_rc );
+END IF;
+
+-- loop through the days, backfilling one at a time
+WHILE thisday <= lastday LOOP
+ RAISE INFO 'backfilling other matviews for %',thisday;
+ RAISE INFO 'adu';
+ PERFORM backfill_adu(thisday);
+ RAISE INFO 'tcbs';
+ PERFORM backfill_tcbs(thisday);
+ DROP TABLE IF EXISTS new_tcbs;
+ RAISE INFO 'daily crashes';
+ PERFORM backfill_daily_crashes(thisday);
+ RAISE INFO 'signatures';
+ PERFORM update_signatures(thisday, FALSE);
+ DROP TABLE IF EXISTS new_signatures;
+ RAISE INFO 'hang report';
+ PERFORM backfill_hang_report(thisday);
+ RAISE INFO 'nightly builds';
+ PERFORM backfill_nightly_builds(thisday);
+
+
+ thisday := thisday + 1;
+
+END LOOP;
+
+-- finally rank_compare and correlations, which don't need to be filled in for each day
+RAISE INFO 'rank_compare';
+PERFORM backfill_rank_compare(lastday);
+RAISE INFO 'correlations';
+PERFORM backfill_correlations(lastday);
+
+RETURN true;
+END; $$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.backfill_matviews(firstday date, lastday date, reportsclean boolean) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: backfill_nightly_builds(date); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION backfill_nightly_builds(updateday date) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $$
+BEGIN
+
+DELETE FROM nightly_builds WHERE report_date = updateday;
+PERFORM update_nightly_builds(updateday, false);
+
+RETURN TRUE;
+END; $$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.backfill_nightly_builds(updateday date) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: backfill_one_day(); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION backfill_one_day() RETURNS text
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ SET work_mem TO '512MB'
+ SET maintenance_work_mem TO '512MB'
+ SET temp_buffers TO '512MB'
+ AS $$
+declare datematch text;
+ reppartition text;
+ bkdate date;
+begin
+
+ SELECT last_date + 1 INTO bkdate
+ FROM last_backfill_temp;
+
+ IF bkdate > '2011-08-04' THEN
+ RETURN 'done';
+ END IF;
+
+ datematch := to_char(bkdate, 'YYMMDD');
+
+ create temporary table back_one_day
+ on commit drop as
+ select * from releasechannel_backfill
+ where uuid LIKE ( '%' || datematch );
+
+ create index back_one_day_idx ON back_one_day(uuid);
+
+ raise info 'temp table created';
+
+ select relname into reppartition
+ from pg_stat_user_tables
+ where relname like 'reports_2011%'
+ and relname <= ( 'reports_20' || datematch )
+ order by relname desc limit 1;
+
+ raise info 'updating %',reppartition;
+
+ EXECUTE 'UPDATE ' || reppartition || ' SET release_channel = back_one_day.release_channel
+ FROM back_one_day WHERE back_one_day.uuid = ' || reppartition || '.uuid;';
+
+ UPDATE last_backfill_temp SET last_date = bkdate;
+
+ RETURN reppartition;
+
+END; $$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.backfill_one_day() OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: backfill_one_day(date); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION backfill_one_day(bkdate date) RETURNS text
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ SET work_mem TO '512MB'
+ SET maintenance_work_mem TO '512MB'
+ SET temp_buffers TO '512MB'
+ AS $$
+declare datematch text;
+ reppartition text;
+begin
+
+ IF bkdate > '2011-08-04' THEN
+ RETURN 'done';
+ END IF;
+
+ datematch := to_char(bkdate, 'YYMMDD');
+
+ create temporary table back_one_day
+ on commit drop as
+ select * from releasechannel_backfill
+ where uuid LIKE ( '%' || datematch );
+
+ create index back_one_day_idx ON back_one_day(uuid);
+
+ raise info 'temp table created';
+
+ select relname into reppartition
+ from pg_stat_user_tables
+ where relname like 'reports_2011%'
+ and relname <= ( 'reports_20' || datematch )
+ order by relname desc limit 1;
+
+ raise info 'updating %',reppartition;
+
+ EXECUTE 'UPDATE ' || reppartition || ' SET release_channel = back_one_day.release_channel
+ FROM back_one_day WHERE back_one_day.uuid = ' || reppartition || '.uuid;';
+
+ UPDATE last_backfill_temp SET last_date = bkdate;
+
+ RETURN reppartition;
+
+END; $$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.backfill_one_day(bkdate date) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: backfill_rank_compare(date); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION backfill_rank_compare(updateday date DEFAULT NULL::date) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $$
+BEGIN
+
+PERFORM update_rank_compare(updateday, false);
+
+RETURN TRUE;
+END; $$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.backfill_rank_compare(updateday date) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: backfill_reports_clean(timestamp with time zone, timestamp with time zone); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION backfill_reports_clean(begin_time timestamp with time zone, end_time timestamp with time zone DEFAULT NULL::timestamp with time zone) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $$
+-- administrative utility for backfilling reports_clean to the selected date
+-- intended to be called on the command line
+-- uses a larger cycle (6 hours) if we have to backfill several days of data
+-- note that this takes timestamptz as parameters
+-- otherwise call backfill_reports_clean_by_date.
+DECLARE cyclesize INTERVAL := '1 hour';
+ stop_time timestamptz;
+ cur_time timestamptz := begin_time;
+BEGIN
+ IF ( COALESCE(end_time, now()) - begin_time ) > interval '15 hours' THEN
+ cyclesize := '6 hours';
+ END IF;
+
+ IF stop_time IS NULL THEN
+ -- if no end time supplied, then default to three hours ago
+ -- on the hour
+ stop_time := ( date_trunc('hour', now()) - interval '3 hours' );
+ END IF;
+
+ WHILE cur_time < stop_time LOOP
+ IF cur_time + cyclesize > stop_time THEN
+ cyclesize = stop_time - cur_time;
+ END IF;
+
+ RAISE INFO 'backfilling % of reports_clean starting at %',cyclesize,cur_time;
+
+ DELETE FROM reports_clean
+ WHERE date_processed >= cur_time
+ AND date_processed < ( cur_time + cyclesize );
+
+ DELETE FROM reports_user_info
+ WHERE date_processed >= cur_time
+ AND date_processed < ( cur_time + cyclesize );
+
+ PERFORM update_reports_clean( cur_time, cyclesize, false );
+
+ cur_time := cur_time + cyclesize;
+ END LOOP;
+
+ RETURN TRUE;
+END;$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.backfill_reports_clean(begin_time timestamp with time zone, end_time timestamp with time zone) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: backfill_reports_duplicates(timestamp without time zone, timestamp without time zone); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION backfill_reports_duplicates(start_time timestamp without time zone, end_time timestamp without time zone) RETURNS integer
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ SET work_mem TO '256MB'
+ SET temp_buffers TO '128MB'
+ AS $$
+declare new_dups INT;
+begin
+
+-- create a temporary table with the new duplicates
+-- for the hour
+-- this query contains the duplicate-finding algorithm
+-- so it will probably change frequently
+
+insert into new_reports_duplicates
+select follower.uuid as uuid,
+ leader.uuid as duplicate_of,
+ follower.date_processed
+from
+(
+select uuid,
+ install_age,
+ uptime,
+ client_crash_date,
+ date_processed,
+ first_value(uuid)
+ over ( partition by
+ product,
+ version,
+ build,
+ signature,
+ cpu_name,
+ cpu_info,
+ os_name,
+ os_version,
+ address,
+ topmost_filenames,
+ reason,
+ app_notes,
+ url
+ order by
+ client_crash_date,
+ uuid
+ ) as leader_uuid
+ from reports
+ where date_processed BETWEEN start_time AND end_time
+ ) as follower
+JOIN
+ ( select uuid, install_age, uptime, client_crash_date
+ FROM reports
+ where date_processed BETWEEN start_time AND end_time ) as leader
+ ON follower.leader_uuid = leader.uuid
+WHERE ( same_time_fuzzy(leader.client_crash_date, follower.client_crash_date,
+ leader.uptime, follower.uptime)
+ OR follower.uptime < 60
+ )
+ AND
+ same_time_fuzzy(leader.client_crash_date, follower.client_crash_date,
+ leader.install_age, follower.install_age)
+ AND follower.uuid <> leader.uuid;
+
+-- insert a copy of the leaders
+
+insert into new_reports_duplicates
+select uuid, uuid, date_processed
+from reports
+where uuid IN ( select duplicate_of
+ from new_reports_duplicates )
+ and date_processed BETWEEN start_time AND end_time;
+
+analyze new_reports_duplicates;
+
+select count(*) into new_dups from new_reports_duplicates;
+
+-- insert new duplicates into permanent table
+
+insert into reports_duplicates (uuid, duplicate_of, date_processed )
+select new_reports_duplicates.*
+from new_reports_duplicates
+ left outer join reports_duplicates USING (uuid)
+where reports_duplicates.uuid IS NULL;
+
+-- done return number of dups found and exit
+RETURN new_dups;
+end;$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.backfill_reports_duplicates(start_time timestamp without time zone, end_time timestamp without time zone) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: backfill_signature_counts(date, date); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION backfill_signature_counts(begindate date, enddate date) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $$
+DECLARE thisdate DATE := begindate;
+BEGIN
+
+WHILE thisdate <= enddate LOOP
+
+ RAISE INFO 'backfilling %',thisdate;
+
+ DELETE FROM os_signature_counts WHERE report_date = thisdate;
+ DELETE FROM product_signature_counts WHERE report_date = thisdate;
+ DELETE FROM uptime_signature_counts WHERE report_date = thisdate;
+ PERFORM update_os_signature_counts(thisdate, false);
+ PERFORM update_product_signature_counts(thisdate, false);
+ PERFORM update_uptime_signature_counts(thisdate, false);
+
+ thisdate := thisdate + 1;
+
+END LOOP;
+
+RETURN TRUE;
+END; $$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.backfill_signature_counts(begindate date, enddate date) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: backfill_tcbs(date); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION backfill_tcbs(updateday date) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $$
+BEGIN
+-- function for administrative backfilling of TCBS
+-- designed to be called by backfill_matviews
+DELETE FROM tcbs WHERE report_date = updateday;
+PERFORM update_tcbs(updateday, false);
+
+RETURN TRUE;
+END;$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.backfill_tcbs(updateday date) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: build_date(numeric); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION build_date(build_id numeric) RETURNS date
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE
+ AS $_$
+-- converts build number to a date
+SELECT to_date(substr( $1::text, 1, 8 ),'YYYYMMDD');
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.build_date(build_id numeric) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: build_numeric(character varying); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION build_numeric(character varying) RETURNS numeric
+ LANGUAGE sql STRICT
+ AS $_$
+-- safely converts a build number to a numeric type
+-- if the build is not a number, returns NULL
+SELECT CASE WHEN $1 ~ $x$^\d+$$x$ THEN
+ $1::numeric
+ELSE
+ NULL::numeric
+END;$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.build_numeric(character varying) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: check_partitions(text[], integer); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: monitoring
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION check_partitions(tables text[], numpartitions integer, OUT result integer, OUT data text) RETURNS record
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $$
+DECLARE cur_partition TEXT;
+partcount INT;
+msg TEXT := '';
+thistable TEXT;
+BEGIN
+
+result := 0;
+cur_partition := to_char(now(),'YYYYMMDD');
+-- tables := ARRAY['reports','extensions','frames','plugin_reports'];
+
+FOR thistable IN SELECT * FROM unnest(tables) LOOP
+
+SELECT count(*) INTO partcount
+FROM pg_stat_user_tables
+WHERE relname LIKE ( thistable || '_%' )
+AND relname > ( thistable || '_' || cur_partition );
+
+--RAISE INFO '% : %',thistable,partcount;
+
+IF partcount < numpartitions OR partcount IS NULL THEN
+result := result + 1;
+msg := msg || ' ' || thistable;
+END IF;
+
+END LOOP;
+
+IF result > 0 THEN
+data := 'Some tables have no future partitions:' || msg;
+END IF;
+
+RETURN;
+
+END; $$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.check_partitions(tables text[], numpartitions integer, OUT result integer, OUT data text) OWNER TO monitoring;
+
+--
+-- Name: citext(character); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION citext(character) RETURNS citext
+ LANGUAGE internal IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $$rtrim1$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.citext(character) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: citext(boolean); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION citext(boolean) RETURNS citext
+ LANGUAGE internal IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $$booltext$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.citext(boolean) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: citext(inet); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION citext(inet) RETURNS citext
+ LANGUAGE internal IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $$network_show$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.citext(inet) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: citext_cmp(citext, citext); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION citext_cmp(citext, citext) RETURNS integer
+ LANGUAGE c IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS '$libdir/citext', 'citext_cmp';
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.citext_cmp(citext, citext) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: citext_eq(citext, citext); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION citext_eq(citext, citext) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE c IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS '$libdir/citext', 'citext_eq';
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.citext_eq(citext, citext) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: citext_ge(citext, citext); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION citext_ge(citext, citext) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE c IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS '$libdir/citext', 'citext_ge';
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.citext_ge(citext, citext) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: citext_gt(citext, citext); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION citext_gt(citext, citext) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE c IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS '$libdir/citext', 'citext_gt';
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.citext_gt(citext, citext) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: citext_hash(citext); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION citext_hash(citext) RETURNS integer
+ LANGUAGE c IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS '$libdir/citext', 'citext_hash';
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.citext_hash(citext) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: citext_larger(citext, citext); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION citext_larger(citext, citext) RETURNS citext
+ LANGUAGE c IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS '$libdir/citext', 'citext_larger';
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.citext_larger(citext, citext) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: citext_le(citext, citext); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION citext_le(citext, citext) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE c IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS '$libdir/citext', 'citext_le';
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.citext_le(citext, citext) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: citext_lt(citext, citext); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION citext_lt(citext, citext) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE c IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS '$libdir/citext', 'citext_lt';
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.citext_lt(citext, citext) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: citext_ne(citext, citext); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION citext_ne(citext, citext) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE c IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS '$libdir/citext', 'citext_ne';
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.citext_ne(citext, citext) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: citext_smaller(citext, citext); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION citext_smaller(citext, citext) RETURNS citext
+ LANGUAGE c IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS '$libdir/citext', 'citext_smaller';
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.citext_smaller(citext, citext) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: content_count_state(integer, citext, integer); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: breakpad_rw
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION content_count_state(running_count integer, process_type citext, crash_count integer) RETURNS integer
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE
+ AS $_$
+-- allows us to do a content crash count
+-- horizontally as well as vertically on tcbs
+SELECT CASE WHEN $2 = 'content' THEN
+ coalesce($3,0) + $1
+ELSE
+ $1
+END; $_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.content_count_state(running_count integer, process_type citext, crash_count integer) OWNER TO breakpad_rw;
+
+--
+-- Name: create_os_version_string(citext, integer, integer); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION create_os_version_string(osname citext, major integer, minor integer) RETURNS citext
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql STABLE STRICT
+ AS $$
+DECLARE winversion CITEXT;
+BEGIN
+ -- small function which produces a user-friendly
+ -- string for the operating system and version
+ -- if windows, look it up in windows_versions
+ IF osname = 'Windows' THEN
+ SELECT windows_version_name INTO winversion
+ FROM windows_versions
+ WHERE major_version = major AND minor_version = minor;
+ IF NOT FOUND THEN
+ RETURN 'Windows Unknown';
+ ELSE
+ RETURN winversion;
+ END IF;
+ ELSEIF osname = 'Mac OS X' THEN
+ -- if mac, then concatinate unless the numbers are impossible
+ IF major BETWEEN 10 and 11 AND minor BETWEEN 0 and 20 THEN
+ RETURN 'OS X ' || major || '.' || minor;
+ ELSE
+ RETURN 'OS X Unknown';
+ END IF;
+ ELSE
+ -- for other oses, just use the OS name
+ RETURN osname;
+ END IF;
+END; $$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.create_os_version_string(osname citext, major integer, minor integer) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: create_table_if_not_exists(text, text, text, text[]); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION create_table_if_not_exists(tablename text, declaration text, tableowner text DEFAULT ''::text, indexes text[] DEFAULT '{}'::text[]) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $$
+DECLARE dex INT := 1;
+ scripts TEXT[] := '{}';
+ indexname TEXT;
+BEGIN
+-- this function allows you to send a create table script to the backend
+-- multiple times without erroring. it checks if the table is already
+-- there and also optionally sets the ownership
+-- this version of the function also creates indexes from a list of fields
+ PERFORM 1 FROM pg_stat_user_tables
+ WHERE relname = tablename;
+ IF FOUND THEN
+ RETURN TRUE;
+ ELSE
+ scripts := string_to_array(declaration, ';');
+ WHILE scripts[dex] IS NOT NULL LOOP
+ EXECUTE scripts[dex];
+ dex := dex + 1;
+ END LOOP;
+ END IF;
+
+ IF tableowner <> '' THEN
+ EXECUTE 'ALTER TABLE ' || tablename || ' OWNER TO ' || tableowner;
+ END IF;
+
+ dex := 1;
+
+ WHILE indexes[dex] IS NOT NULL LOOP
+ indexname := replace( indexes[dex], ',', '_' );
+ indexname := replace ( indexname, ' ', '' );
+ EXECUTE 'CREATE INDEX ' || tablename || '_' || indexname ||
+ ' ON ' || tablename || '(' || indexes[dex] || ')';
+ dex := dex + 1;
+ END LOOP;
+
+ EXECUTE 'ANALYZE ' || tablename;
+
+ RETURN TRUE;
+END;
+$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.create_table_if_not_exists(tablename text, declaration text, tableowner text, indexes text[]) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: create_weekly_partition(citext, date, text, text, text[], text[], text[], boolean, text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION create_weekly_partition(tablename citext, theweek date, partcol text DEFAULT 'date_processed'::text, tableowner text DEFAULT ''::text, uniques text[] DEFAULT '{}'::text[], indexes text[] DEFAULT '{}'::text[], fkeys text[] DEFAULT '{}'::text[], is_utc boolean DEFAULT false, timetype text DEFAULT 'TIMESTAMP'::text) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $_$
+DECLARE dex INT := 1;
+ thispart TEXT;
+ zonestring TEXT := '';
+ fkstring TEXT;
+BEGIN
+-- this function allows you to create a new weekly partition
+-- of an existing master table. it checks if the table is already
+-- there and also optionally sets the ownership
+-- this version of the function also creates indexes from a list of fields
+-- currently only handles single-column indexes and unique declarations
+-- supports date, timestamp, timestamptz/utc through the various options
+
+ thispart := tablename || '_' || to_char(theweek, 'YYYYMMDD');
+
+ PERFORM 1 FROM pg_stat_user_tables
+ WHERE relname = thispart;
+ IF FOUND THEN
+ RETURN TRUE;
+ END IF;
+
+ IF is_utc THEN
+ timetype := ' TIMESTAMP';
+ zonestring := ' AT TIME ZONE UTC ';
+ END IF;
+
+ EXECUTE 'CREATE TABLE ' || thispart || ' ( CONSTRAINT ' || thispart
+ || '_date_check CHECK ( ' || partcol || ' BETWEEN '
+ || timetype || ' ' || quote_literal(to_char(theweek, 'YYYY-MM-DD'))
+ || ' AND ' || timetype || ' '
+ || quote_literal(to_char(theweek + 7, 'YYYY-MM-DD'))
+ || ' ) ) INHERITS ( ' || tablename || ');';
+
+ IF tableowner <> '' THEN
+ EXECUTE 'ALTER TABLE ' || thispart || ' OWNER TO ' || tableowner;
+ END IF;
+
+ dex := 1;
+ WHILE uniques[dex] IS NOT NULL LOOP
+ EXECUTE 'CREATE UNIQUE INDEX ' || thispart || '_'
+ || regexp_replace(uniques[dex], $$[,\s]+$$, '_', 'g')
+ || ' ON ' || thispart || '(' || uniques[dex] || ')';
+ dex := dex + 1;
+ END LOOP;
+
+ dex := 1;
+ WHILE indexes[dex] IS NOT NULL LOOP
+ EXECUTE 'CREATE INDEX ' || thispart || '_'
+ || regexp_replace(indexes[dex], $$[,\s]+$$, '_', 'g')
+ || ' ON ' || thispart || '(' || indexes[dex] || ')';
+ dex := dex + 1;
+ END LOOP;
+
+ dex := 1;
+ WHILE fkeys[dex] IS NOT NULL LOOP
+ fkstring := regexp_replace(fkeys[dex], 'WEEKNUM', to_char(theweek, 'YYYYMMDD'), 'g');
+ EXECUTE 'ALTER TABLE ' || thispart || ' ADD CONSTRAINT '
+ || thispart || '_fk_' || dex || ' FOREIGN KEY '
+ || fkstring || ' ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE';
+ dex := dex + 1;
+ END LOOP;
+
+ RETURN TRUE;
+END;
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.create_weekly_partition(tablename citext, theweek date, partcol text, tableowner text, uniques text[], indexes text[], fkeys text[], is_utc boolean, timetype text) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: daily_crash_code(text, text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION daily_crash_code(process_type text, hangid text) RETURNS character
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE
+ AS $_$
+SELECT CASE
+ WHEN $1 ILIKE 'content' THEN 'T'
+ WHEN ( $1 IS NULL OR $1 ILIKE 'browser' ) AND $2 IS NULL THEN 'C'
+ WHEN ( $1 IS NULL OR $1 ILIKE 'browser' ) AND $2 IS NOT NULL THEN 'c'
+ WHEN $1 ILIKE 'plugin' AND $2 IS NULL THEN 'P'
+ WHEN $1 ILIKE 'plugin' AND $2 IS NOT NULL THEN 'p'
+ ELSE 'C'
+ END
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.daily_crash_code(process_type text, hangid text) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: drop_old_partitions(text, date); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION drop_old_partitions(mastername text, cutoffdate date) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $_X$
+DECLARE tabname TEXT;
+ listnames TEXT;
+BEGIN
+listnames := $q$SELECT relname FROM pg_stat_user_tables
+ WHERE relname LIKE '$q$ || mastername || $q$_%'
+ AND relname < '$q$ || mastername || '_'
+ || to_char(cutoffdate, 'YYYYMMDD') || $q$'$q$;
+
+IF try_lock_table(mastername,'ACCESS EXCLUSIVE') THEN
+ FOR tabname IN EXECUTE listnames LOOP
+
+ EXECUTE 'DROP TABLE ' || tabname;
+
+ END LOOP;
+ELSE
+ RAISE EXCEPTION 'Unable to lock table plugin_reports; try again later';
+END IF;
+RETURN TRUE;
+END;
+$_X$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.drop_old_partitions(mastername text, cutoffdate date) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: edit_product_info(integer, citext, text, text, date, date, boolean, numeric, text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION edit_product_info(prod_id integer, prod_name citext, prod_version text, prod_channel text, begin_visibility date, end_visibility date, is_featured boolean, crash_throttle numeric, user_name text DEFAULT ''::text) RETURNS integer
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $$
+DECLARE which_t text;
+ new_id INT;
+ oldrec product_info_change;
+ newrec product_info_change;
+-- this function allows the admin UI to edit product and version
+-- information regardless of which table it appears in
+-- currently editing the new products is limited to
+-- visibility dates and featured because of the need to supply
+-- build numbers, and that we're not sure it will ever
+-- be required.
+-- does not validate required fields or duplicates
+-- trusting to the python code and table constraints to do that
+
+-- will be phased out when we can ignore the old productdims
+
+BEGIN
+
+IF prod_id IS NULL THEN
+-- new entry
+-- adding rows is only allowed to the old table since the new
+-- table is populated automatically
+-- see if this is supposed to be in the new table and error out
+ PERFORM 1
+ FROM products
+ WHERE product_name = prod_name
+ AND major_version_sort(prod_version) >= major_version_sort(rapid_release_version);
+ IF FOUND AND prod_version NOT LIKE '%a%' THEN
+ RAISE EXCEPTION 'Product % version % will be automatically updated by the new system. As such, you may not add this product & version manually.',prod_name,prod_version;
+ ELSE
+
+ INSERT INTO productdims ( product, version, branch, release )
+ VALUES ( prod_name, prod_version, '2.2',
+ CASE WHEN prod_channel ILIKE 'beta' THEN 'milestone'::release_enum
+ WHEN prod_channel ILIKE 'aurora' THEN 'development'::release_enum
+ WHEN prod_channel ILIKE 'nightly' THEN 'development'::release_enum
+ ELSE 'major' END )
+ RETURNING id
+ INTO new_id;
+
+ INSERT INTO product_visibility ( productdims_id, start_date, end_date, featured, throttle )
+ VALUES ( new_id, begin_visibility, end_visibility, is_featured, crash_throttle );
+
+ END IF;
+
+ELSE
+
+-- first, find out whether we're dealing with the old or new table
+ SELECT which_table INTO which_t
+ FROM product_info WHERE product_version_id = prod_id;
+
+ IF NOT FOUND THEN
+ RAISE EXCEPTION 'No product with that ID was found. Database Error.';
+ END IF;
+
+ IF which_t = 'new' THEN
+ -- note that changes to the product name or version will be ignored
+ -- only changes to featured and visibility dates will be taken
+
+ -- first we're going to log this since we've had some issues
+ -- and we want to track updates
+ INSERT INTO product_info_changelog (
+ product_version_id, user_name, changed_on,
+ oldrec, newrec )
+ SELECT prod_id, user_name, now(),
+ row( build_date, sunset_date,
+ featured_version, throttle )::product_info_change,
+ row( begin_visibility, end_visibility,
+ is_featured, crash_throttle/100 )::product_info_change
+ FROM product_versions JOIN product_release_channels
+ ON product_versions.product_name = product_release_channels.product_name
+ AND product_versions.build_type = product_release_channels.release_channel
+ WHERE product_version_id = prod_id;
+
+ -- then update
+ UPDATE product_versions SET
+ featured_version = is_featured,
+ build_date = begin_visibility,
+ sunset_date = end_visibility
+ WHERE product_version_id = prod_id;
+
+ UPDATE product_release_channels
+ SET throttle = crash_throttle / 100
+ WHERE product_name = prod_name
+ AND release_channel = prod_channel;
+
+ new_id := prod_id;
+ ELSE
+ UPDATE productdims SET
+ product = prod_name,
+ version = prod_version,
+ release = ( CASE WHEN prod_channel ILIKE 'beta' THEN 'milestone'::release_enum
+ WHEN prod_channel ILIKE 'aurora' THEN 'development'::release_enum
+ WHEN prod_channel ILIKE 'nightly' THEN 'development'::release_enum
+ ELSE 'major' END )
+ WHERE id = prod_id;
+
+ UPDATE product_visibility SET
+ featured = is_featured,
+ start_date = begin_visibility,
+ end_date = end_visibility,
+ throttle = crash_throttle
+ WHERE productdims_id = prod_id;
+
+ new_id := prod_id;
+ END IF;
+END IF;
+
+RETURN new_id;
+END; $$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.edit_product_info(prod_id integer, prod_name citext, prod_version text, prod_channel text, begin_visibility date, end_visibility date, is_featured boolean, crash_throttle numeric, user_name text) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: get_cores(text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION get_cores(cpudetails text) RETURNS integer
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE
+ AS $_$
+SELECT substring($1 from $x$\| (\d+)$$x$)::INT;
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.get_cores(cpudetails text) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: initcap(text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION initcap(text) RETURNS text
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE
+ AS $_$
+SELECT upper(substr($1,1,1)) || substr($1,2);
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.initcap(text) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: last_record(text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: monitoring
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION last_record(tablename text) RETURNS integer
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $$
+declare curdate timestamp;
+ resdate timestamp;
+ ressecs integer;
+begin
+
+CASE WHEN tablename = 'reports' THEN
+ curdate:= now() - INTERVAL '3 days';
+ EXECUTE 'SELECT max(date_processed)
+ FROM reports
+ WHERE date_processed > ' ||
+ quote_literal(to_char(curdate, 'YYYY-MM-DD'))
+ || ' and date_processed < ' ||
+ quote_literal(to_char(curdate + INTERVAL '4 days','YYYY-MM-DD'))
+ INTO resdate;
+ IF resdate IS NULL THEN
+ resdate := curdate;
+ END IF;
+WHEN tablename = 'top_crashes_by_signature' THEN
+ SELECT max(window_end)
+ INTO resdate
+ FROM top_crashes_by_signature;
+WHEN tablename = 'top_crashes_by_url' THEN
+ SELECT max(window_end)
+ INTO resdate
+ FROM top_crashes_by_url;
+ELSE
+ resdate:= null;
+END CASE;
+
+ressecs := round(EXTRACT('epoch' FROM ( now() - resdate )))::INT;
+
+RETURN ressecs;
+
+END;$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.last_record(tablename text) OWNER TO monitoring;
+
+--
+-- Name: log_priorityjobs(); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION log_priorityjobs() RETURNS trigger
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $$
+declare arewelogging boolean;
+begin
+SELECT log_jobs INTO arewelogging
+FROM priorityjobs_logging_switch;
+IF arewelogging THEN
+INSERT INTO priorityjobs_log VALUES ( NEW.uuid );
+END IF;
+RETURN NEW;
+end; $$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.log_priorityjobs() OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: major_version(text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION major_version(version text) RETURNS major_version
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE
+ AS $_$
+-- turns a version string into a major version
+-- i.e. "6.0a2" into "6.0"
+SELECT substring($1 from $x$^(\d+.\d+)$x$)::major_version;
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.major_version(version text) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: major_version_sort(text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION major_version_sort(version text) RETURNS text
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE
+ AS $_$
+-- converts a major_version string into a padded,
+-- sortable string
+select version_sort_digit( substring($1 from $x$^(\d+)$x$) )
+ || version_sort_digit( substring($1 from $x$^\d+\.(\d+)$x$) );
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.major_version_sort(version text) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: old_version_sort(text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION old_version_sort(vers text) RETURNS text
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE
+ AS $_$
+SELECT to_char( matched[1]::int, 'FM000' )
+ || to_char( matched[2]::int, 'FM000' )
+ || to_char( coalesce( matched[4]::int, 0 ), 'FM000' )
+ || CASE WHEN matched[3] <> '' THEN 'b'
+ WHEN matched[5] <> '' THEN 'b'
+ ELSE 'z' END
+ || '000'
+FROM ( SELECT regexp_matches($1,
+$x$^(\d+)[^\d]*\.(\d+)([a-z]?)[^\.]*(?:\.(\d+))?([a-z]?).*$$x$) as matched) as match
+LIMIT 1;
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.old_version_sort(vers text) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: pacific2ts(timestamp with time zone); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION pacific2ts(timestamp with time zone) RETURNS timestamp without time zone
+ LANGUAGE sql STABLE
+ SET "TimeZone" TO 'America/Los_Angeles'
+ AS $_$
+SELECT $1::timestamp;
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.pacific2ts(timestamp with time zone) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: pg_stat_statements(); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION pg_stat_statements(OUT userid oid, OUT dbid oid, OUT query text, OUT calls bigint, OUT total_time double precision, OUT rows bigint, OUT shared_blks_hit bigint, OUT shared_blks_read bigint, OUT shared_blks_written bigint, OUT local_blks_hit bigint, OUT local_blks_read bigint, OUT local_blks_written bigint, OUT temp_blks_read bigint, OUT temp_blks_written bigint) RETURNS SETOF record
+ LANGUAGE c
+ AS '$libdir/pg_stat_statements', 'pg_stat_statements';
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.pg_stat_statements(OUT userid oid, OUT dbid oid, OUT query text, OUT calls bigint, OUT total_time double precision, OUT rows bigint, OUT shared_blks_hit bigint, OUT shared_blks_read bigint, OUT shared_blks_written bigint, OUT local_blks_hit bigint, OUT local_blks_read bigint, OUT local_blks_written bigint, OUT temp_blks_read bigint, OUT temp_blks_written bigint) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: pg_stat_statements_reset(); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION pg_stat_statements_reset() RETURNS void
+ LANGUAGE c
+ AS '$libdir/pg_stat_statements', 'pg_stat_statements_reset';
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.pg_stat_statements_reset() OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: plugin_count_state(integer, citext, integer); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION plugin_count_state(running_count integer, process_type citext, crash_count integer) RETURNS integer
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE
+ AS $_$
+-- allows us to do a plugn count horizontally
+-- as well as vertically on tcbs
+SELECT CASE WHEN $2 = 'plugin' THEN
+ coalesce($3,0) + $1
+ELSE
+ $1
+END; $_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.plugin_count_state(running_count integer, process_type citext, crash_count integer) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: product_version_sort_number(text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION product_version_sort_number(sproduct text) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $$
+BEGIN
+-- reorders the product-version list for a specific
+-- product after an update
+-- we just reorder the whole group rather than doing
+-- something more fine-tuned because it's actually less
+-- work for the database and more foolproof.
+
+UPDATE productdims SET sort_key = new_sort
+FROM ( SELECT product, version,
+row_number() over ( partition by product
+order by sec1_num1 ASC NULLS FIRST,
+sec1_string1 ASC NULLS LAST,
+sec1_num2 ASC NULLS FIRST,
+sec1_string2 ASC NULLS LAST,
+sec1_num1 ASC NULLS FIRST,
+sec1_string1 ASC NULLS LAST,
+sec1_num2 ASC NULLS FIRST,
+sec1_string2 ASC NULLS LAST,
+sec1_num1 ASC NULLS FIRST,
+sec1_string1 ASC NULLS LAST,
+sec1_num2 ASC NULLS FIRST,
+sec1_string2 ASC NULLS LAST,
+extra ASC NULLS FIRST)
+as new_sort
+ FROM productdims_version_sort
+ WHERE product = sproduct )
+AS product_resort
+WHERE productdims.product = product_resort.product
+AND productdims.version = product_resort.version
+AND ( sort_key <> new_sort OR sort_key IS NULL );
+
+RETURN TRUE;
+END;$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.product_version_sort_number(sproduct text) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: regexp_matches(citext, citext); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION regexp_matches(citext, citext) RETURNS text[]
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $_$
+ SELECT pg_catalog.regexp_matches( $1::pg_catalog.text, $2::pg_catalog.text, 'i' );
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.regexp_matches(citext, citext) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: regexp_matches(citext, citext, text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION regexp_matches(citext, citext, text) RETURNS text[]
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $_$
+ SELECT pg_catalog.regexp_matches( $1::pg_catalog.text, $2::pg_catalog.text, CASE WHEN pg_catalog.strpos($3, 'c') = 0 THEN $3 || 'i' ELSE $3 END );
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.regexp_matches(citext, citext, text) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: regexp_replace(citext, citext, text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION regexp_replace(citext, citext, text) RETURNS text
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $_$
+ SELECT pg_catalog.regexp_replace( $1::pg_catalog.text, $2::pg_catalog.text, $3, 'i');
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.regexp_replace(citext, citext, text) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: regexp_replace(citext, citext, text, text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION regexp_replace(citext, citext, text, text) RETURNS text
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $_$
+ SELECT pg_catalog.regexp_replace( $1::pg_catalog.text, $2::pg_catalog.text, $3, CASE WHEN pg_catalog.strpos($4, 'c') = 0 THEN $4 || 'i' ELSE $4 END);
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.regexp_replace(citext, citext, text, text) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: regexp_split_to_array(citext, citext); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION regexp_split_to_array(citext, citext) RETURNS text[]
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $_$
+ SELECT pg_catalog.regexp_split_to_array( $1::pg_catalog.text, $2::pg_catalog.text, 'i' );
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.regexp_split_to_array(citext, citext) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: regexp_split_to_array(citext, citext, text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION regexp_split_to_array(citext, citext, text) RETURNS text[]
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $_$
+ SELECT pg_catalog.regexp_split_to_array( $1::pg_catalog.text, $2::pg_catalog.text, CASE WHEN pg_catalog.strpos($3, 'c') = 0 THEN $3 || 'i' ELSE $3 END );
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.regexp_split_to_array(citext, citext, text) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: regexp_split_to_table(citext, citext); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION regexp_split_to_table(citext, citext) RETURNS SETOF text
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $_$
+ SELECT pg_catalog.regexp_split_to_table( $1::pg_catalog.text, $2::pg_catalog.text, 'i' );
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.regexp_split_to_table(citext, citext) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: regexp_split_to_table(citext, citext, text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION regexp_split_to_table(citext, citext, text) RETURNS SETOF text
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $_$
+ SELECT pg_catalog.regexp_split_to_table( $1::pg_catalog.text, $2::pg_catalog.text, CASE WHEN pg_catalog.strpos($3, 'c') = 0 THEN $3 || 'i' ELSE $3 END );
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.regexp_split_to_table(citext, citext, text) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: replace(citext, citext, citext); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION replace(citext, citext, citext) RETURNS text
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $_$
+ SELECT pg_catalog.regexp_replace( $1::pg_catalog.text, pg_catalog.regexp_replace($2::pg_catalog.text, '([^a-zA-Z_0-9])', E'\\\\\\1', 'g'), $3::pg_catalog.text, 'gi' );
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.replace(citext, citext, citext) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: reports_clean_done(date); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION reports_clean_done(updateday date) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $$
+-- this function checks that reports_clean has been updated
+-- all the way to the last hour of the UTC day
+BEGIN
+
+PERFORM 1
+ FROM reports_clean
+ WHERE date_processed BETWEEN ( ( updateday::timestamp at time zone 'utc' ) + interval '23 hours' )
+ AND ( ( updateday::timestamp at time zone 'utc' ) + interval '1 day' )
+ LIMIT 1;
+IF FOUND THEN
+ RETURN TRUE;
+ELSE
+ RETURN FALSE;
+END IF;
+END; $$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.reports_clean_done(updateday date) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: reports_clean_weekly_partition(timestamp with time zone, text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION reports_clean_weekly_partition(this_date timestamp with time zone, which_table text) RETURNS text
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ SET "TimeZone" TO 'UTC'
+ AS $_$
+-- this function, meant to be called internally
+-- checks if the correct reports_clean or reports_user_info partition exists
+-- otherwise it creates it
+-- returns the name of the partition
+declare this_part text;
+ begin_week text;
+ end_week text;
+ rc_indexes text[];
+ dex int := 1;
+begin
+ this_part := which_table || '_' || to_char(date_trunc('week', this_date), 'YYYYMMDD');
+ begin_week := to_char(date_trunc('week', this_date), 'YYYY-MM-DD');
+ end_week := to_char(date_trunc('week', this_date) + interval '1 week', 'YYYY-MM-DD');
+
+ PERFORM 1
+ FROM pg_stat_user_tables
+ WHERE relname = this_part;
+ IF FOUND THEN
+ RETURN this_part;
+ END IF;
+
+ EXECUTE 'CREATE TABLE ' || this_part || $$
+ ( CONSTRAINT date_processed_week CHECK ( date_processed >= '$$ || begin_week || $$'::timestamp AT TIME ZONE 'UTC'
+ AND date_processed < '$$ || end_week || $$'::timestamp AT TIME ZONE 'UTC' ) )
+ INHERITS ( $$ || which_table || $$ );$$;
+ EXECUTE 'CREATE UNIQUE INDEX ' || this_part || '_uuid ON ' || this_part || '(uuid);';
+
+ IF which_table = 'reports_clean' THEN
+
+ rc_indexes := ARRAY[ 'date_processed', 'product_version_id', 'os_name', 'os_version_id',
+ 'signature_id', 'address_id', 'flash_version_id', 'hang_id', 'process_type', 'release_channel', 'domain_id' ];
+
+ EXECUTE 'CREATE INDEX ' || this_part || '_sig_prod_date ON ' || this_part
+ || '( signature_id, product_version_id, date_processed )';
+
+ EXECUTE 'CREATE INDEX ' || this_part || '_arch_cores ON ' || this_part
+ || '( architecture, cores )';
+
+ ELSEIF which_table = 'reports_user_info' THEN
+
+ rc_indexes := '{}';
+
+ END IF;
+
+ WHILE rc_indexes[dex] IS NOT NULL LOOP
+ EXECUTE 'CREATE INDEX ' || this_part || '_' || rc_indexes[dex]
+ || ' ON ' || this_part || '(' || rc_indexes[dex] || ');';
+ dex := dex + 1;
+ END LOOP;
+
+ EXECUTE 'ALTER TABLE ' || this_part || ' OWNER TO breakpad_rw';
+
+ RETURN this_part;
+end;$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.reports_clean_weekly_partition(this_date timestamp with time zone, which_table text) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: same_time_fuzzy(timestamp with time zone, timestamp with time zone, integer, integer); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION same_time_fuzzy(date1 timestamp with time zone, date2 timestamp with time zone, interval_secs1 integer, interval_secs2 integer) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE sql
+ AS $_$
+SELECT
+-- return true if either interval is null
+-- so we don't exclude crashes missing data
+CASE WHEN $3 IS NULL THEN
+ TRUE
+WHEN $4 IS NULL THEN
+ TRUE
+-- otherwise check that the two timestamp deltas
+-- and the two interval deltas are within 60 sec
+-- of each other
+ELSE
+ (
+ extract ('epoch' from ( $2 - $1 ) ) -
+ ( $4 - $3 )
+ ) BETWEEN -60 AND 60
+END;
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.same_time_fuzzy(date1 timestamp with time zone, date2 timestamp with time zone, interval_secs1 integer, interval_secs2 integer) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: split_part(citext, citext, integer); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION split_part(citext, citext, integer) RETURNS text
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $_$
+ SELECT (pg_catalog.regexp_split_to_array( $1::pg_catalog.text, pg_catalog.regexp_replace($2::pg_catalog.text, '([^a-zA-Z_0-9])', E'\\\\\\1', 'g'), 'i'))[$3];
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.split_part(citext, citext, integer) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: strpos(citext, citext); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION strpos(citext, citext) RETURNS integer
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $_$
+ SELECT pg_catalog.strpos( pg_catalog.lower( $1::pg_catalog.text ), pg_catalog.lower( $2::pg_catalog.text ) );
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.strpos(citext, citext) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: sunset_date(numeric, citext); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION sunset_date(build_id numeric, build_type citext) RETURNS date
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE
+ AS $_$
+-- sets a sunset date for visibility
+-- based on a build number
+-- current spec is 18 weeks for releases
+-- 9 weeks for everything else
+select ( build_date($1) +
+ case when $2 = 'release'
+ then interval '18 weeks'
+ when $2 = 'ESR'
+ then interval '18 weeks'
+ else
+ interval '9 weeks'
+ end ) :: date
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.sunset_date(build_id numeric, build_type citext) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: texticlike(citext, citext); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION texticlike(citext, citext) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE internal IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $$texticlike$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.texticlike(citext, citext) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: texticlike(citext, text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION texticlike(citext, text) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE internal IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $$texticlike$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.texticlike(citext, text) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: texticnlike(citext, citext); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION texticnlike(citext, citext) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE internal IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $$texticnlike$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.texticnlike(citext, citext) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: texticnlike(citext, text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION texticnlike(citext, text) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE internal IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $$texticnlike$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.texticnlike(citext, text) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: texticregexeq(citext, citext); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION texticregexeq(citext, citext) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE internal IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $$texticregexeq$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.texticregexeq(citext, citext) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: texticregexeq(citext, text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION texticregexeq(citext, text) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE internal IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $$texticregexeq$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.texticregexeq(citext, text) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: texticregexne(citext, citext); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION texticregexne(citext, citext) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE internal IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $$texticregexne$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.texticregexne(citext, citext) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: texticregexne(citext, text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION texticregexne(citext, text) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE internal IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $$texticregexne$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.texticregexne(citext, text) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: tokenize_version(text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION tokenize_version(version text, OUT s1n1 integer, OUT s1s1 text, OUT s1n2 integer, OUT s1s2 text, OUT s2n1 integer, OUT s2s1 text, OUT s2n2 integer, OUT s2s2 text, OUT s3n1 integer, OUT s3s1 text, OUT s3n2 integer, OUT s3s2 text, OUT ext text) RETURNS record
+ LANGUAGE plperl
+ AS $_X$
+ my $version = shift;
+ my @parts = split /[.]/ => $version;
+ my $extra;
+ if (@parts > 3) {
+ $extra = join '.', @parts[3..$#parts];
+ @parts = @parts[0..2];
+ }
+
+ my @tokens;
+ for my $part (@parts) {
+ die "$version is not a valid toolkit version" unless $part =~ qr{\A
+ ([-]?\d+) # number-a
+ (?:
+ ([-_a-zA-Z]+(?=-|\d|\z)) # string-b
+ (?:
+ (-?\d+) # number-c
+ (?:
+ ([^-*+\s]+) # string-d
+ |\z)
+ |\z)
+ |\z)
+ \z}x;
+ push @tokens, $1, $2, $3, $4;
+ }
+
+ die "$version is not a valid toolkit version" unless @tokens;
+ my @cols = qw(s1n1 s1s1 s1n2 s1s2 s2n1 s2s1 s2n2 s2s2 s3n1 s3s1 s3n2 s3s2 ext);
+ return { ext => $extra, map { $cols[$_] => $tokens[$_] } 0..11 }
+$_X$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.tokenize_version(version text, OUT s1n1 integer, OUT s1s1 text, OUT s1n2 integer, OUT s1s2 text, OUT s2n1 integer, OUT s2s1 text, OUT s2n2 integer, OUT s2s2 text, OUT s3n1 integer, OUT s3s1 text, OUT s3n2 integer, OUT s3s2 text, OUT ext text) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: transform_rules_insert_order(); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION transform_rules_insert_order() RETURNS trigger
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $$
+DECLARE order_num INT;
+-- this trigger function makes sure that all rules have a unique order
+-- within their category, and assigns an order number to new rules
+BEGIN
+ IF NEW.rule_order IS NULL or NEW.rule_order = 0 THEN
+ -- no order supplied, add the rule to the end
+ SELECT max(rule_order)
+ INTO order_num
+ FROM transform_rules
+ WHERE category = NEW.category;
+
+ NEW.rule_order := COALESCE(order_num, 0) + 1;
+ ELSE
+ -- check if there's already a gap there
+ PERFORM rule_order
+ FROM transform_rules
+ WHERE category = NEW.category
+ AND rule_order = NEW.rule_order;
+ -- if not, then bump up
+ IF FOUND THEN
+ UPDATE transform_rules
+ SET rule_order = rule_order + 1
+ WHERE category = NEW.category
+ AND rule_order = NEW.rule_order;
+ END IF;
+ END IF;
+
+ RETURN NEW;
+END;
+$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.transform_rules_insert_order() OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: transform_rules_update_order(); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION transform_rules_update_order() RETURNS trigger
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $$
+BEGIN
+ -- if we've changed the order number, or category reorder
+ IF NEW.rule_order <> OLD.rule_order
+ OR NEW.category <> OLD.category THEN
+
+ -- insert a new gap
+ UPDATE transform_rules
+ SET rule_order = rule_order + 1
+ WHERE category = NEW.category
+ AND rule_order = NEW.rule_order
+ AND transform_rule_id <> NEW.transform_rule_id;
+
+ END IF;
+
+ RETURN NEW;
+END;
+$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.transform_rules_update_order() OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: translate(citext, citext, text); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION translate(citext, citext, text) RETURNS text
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE STRICT
+ AS $_$
+ SELECT pg_catalog.translate( pg_catalog.translate( $1::pg_catalog.text, pg_catalog.lower($2::pg_catalog.text), $3), pg_catalog.upper($2::pg_catalog.text), $3);
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.translate(citext, citext, text) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: try_lock_table(text, text, integer); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION try_lock_table(tabname text, mode text DEFAULT 'EXCLUSIVE'::text, attempts integer DEFAULT 20) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ AS $$
+-- this function tries to lock a table
+-- in a loop, retrying every 3 seconds for 20 tries
+-- until it gets a lock
+-- or gives up
+-- returns true if the table is locked, false
+-- if unable to lock
+DECLARE loopno INT := 1;
+BEGIN
+ WHILE loopno < attempts LOOP
+ BEGIN
+ EXECUTE 'LOCK TABLE ' || tabname || ' IN ' || mode || ' MODE NOWAIT';
+ RETURN TRUE;
+ EXCEPTION
+ WHEN LOCK_NOT_AVAILABLE THEN
+ PERFORM pg_sleep(3);
+ CONTINUE;
+ END;
+ END LOOP;
+RETURN FALSE;
+END;$$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.try_lock_table(tabname text, mode text, attempts integer) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: tstz_between(timestamp with time zone, date, date); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION tstz_between(tstz timestamp with time zone, bdate date, fdate date) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE sql IMMUTABLE
+ AS $_$
+SELECT $1 >= ( $2::timestamp AT TIME ZONE 'UTC' )
+ AND $1 < ( ( $3 + 1 )::timestamp AT TIME ZONE 'UTC' );
+$_$;
+
+
+ALTER FUNCTION public.tstz_between(tstz timestamp with time zone, bdate date, fdate date) OWNER TO postgres;
+
+--
+-- Name: update_adu(date, boolean); Type: FUNCTION; Schema: public; Owner: postgres
+--
+
+CREATE FUNCTION update_adu(updateday date, checkdata boolean DEFAULT true) RETURNS boolean
+ LANGUAGE plpgsql
+ SET work_mem TO '512MB'
+ SET temp_buffers TO '512MB'
+ AS $$
+BEGIN
+-- daily batch update procedure to update the
+-- adu-product matview, used to power graphs
+-- gets its data from raw_adu, which is populated
+-- daily by metrics
+
+-- check if raw_adu has been updated. otherwise, abort.
+PERFORM 1 FROM raw_adu
+WHERE "date" = updateday
+LIMIT 1;
+
+IF NOT FOUND THEN
+ IF checkdata THEN
+ RAISE EXCEPTION 'raw_adu not updated for %',updateday;
+ ELSE
+ RETURN TRUE;
+ END IF;
+END IF;
+
+-- check if ADU has already been run for the date
+IF checkdata THEN
+ PERFORM 1 FROM product_adu
+ WHERE adu_date = updateday LIMIT 1;
+
+ IF FOUND THEN
+ RAISE EXCEPTION 'update_adu has already been run for %', updateday;
+ END IF;
+END IF;
+
+-- insert releases
+-- note that we're now matching against product_guids were we can
+-- and that we need to strip the {} out of the guids
+
+INSERT INTO product_adu ( product_version_id, os_name,
+ adu_date, adu_count )
+SELECT product_version_id, coalesce(os_name,'Unknown') as os,
+ updateday,
+ coalesce(sum(adu_count), 0)
+FROM product_versions
+ LEFT OUTER JOIN (
+ SELECT COALESCE(prodmap.product_name, raw_adu.product_name)::citext

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