WL#2511: Add a new table to the Information Schema for TABLESPACE's
Affects: Server-5.5 — Status: Complete — Priority: Medium
Implement a new Information Schema Table TABLESPACES which includes tablespaces from all storage engines using tablespaces (currently NDB and Falcon). LOGFILE GROUP's in NDB is a type of tablespace, thus a tablespace table requires a field TYPE distinguishing the type of tablespace. Old description --------------- Apparently work for this happen in WL#4240. Email about cancellation is here: https://intranet.mysql.com/secure/mailarchive/mail.php?folder=4&mail=24634 To be able to view the current standing of a tablespace a new table in the information schema is proposed or actually two of them 1) TABLESPACE (defining extent size, name, nodegroup and engine and whether tablespace or logfile group 2) File of a TABLESPACE providing initial size, current size, name of file, tablespace name, and maximum size and autoextend size [ Peter Gulutzan believes the appropriate 'files' task is WL#1359 ] If there must be an INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLESPACES, the "primary key" columns (well, not actually primary key columns but the columns that are guaranteed to be unique) are: name + storage engine. References ---------- dev-private thread "Meeeting re WL#4300 Tablespace privilege + Meeting re information_schema.tablespaces" https://intranet.mysql.com/secure/mailarchive/mail.php?folder=214&mail=792 WL#4240 "Online Backup: save/restore table space information"
There will be a new table INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLESPACES: CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE `TABLESPACES` ( `TABLESPACE_NAME` varchar(64) NOT NULL DEFAULT '', `ENGINE` varchar(64) NOT NULL DEFAULT '', `TABLESPACE_TYPE` varchar(64) DEFAULT NULL, `LOGFILE_GROUP_NAME` varchar(64) DEFAULT NULL, `EXTENT_SIZE` biging(21) unsigned DEFAULT NULL, `AUTOEXTEND_SIZE` bigint(21) unsigned DEFAULT NULL, `MAXIMUM_SIZE` bigint(21) unsigned DEFAULT NULL, `NODEGROUP_ID` bigint(21) unsigned DEFAULT NULL, `TABLESPACE_COMMENT` varchar(2048) DEFAULT NULL ) ENGINE=MEMORY DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8 `TABLESPACE_NAME` is the name of a tablespace. Maximum length is 64 charaters, which is NAME_CHAR_LEN. This field is mandatory and must be filled by storage engine. `ENGINE` is the storage engine which uses this tablespace. Maximum length is 64, which is NAME_CHAR_LEN. This field is mandatory and must be filled by storage engine. `TABLESPACE_TYPE` is the internal type of this tablespace. Maximum length is 64, which is NAME_CHAR_LEN. An engine should optionally provide internal tablespace type. For NDB valid types are "UNDO LOG" and "DATAFILE". For Falcon valid types are "DEFAULT", "TEMPORARY", "MASTER CATALOG" and "USER DEFINED". `LOGFILE_GROUP_NAME` is the log file group of the tablespace. Maximum length is 64, which is NAME_CHAR_LEN. This field is optional. Storage engine may set it to NULL. `EXTENT_SIZE` extent size used by any files belonging to the tablespace. This field is optional. Storage engine may set it to NULL. `AUTOEXTEND_SIZE`, `MAXIMUM_SIZE`, `NODEGROUP_ID` and `TABLESPACE_COMMENT` are currently unused per documentation. It is up to an engine whether to fill them or set to NULL. References: - CREATE TABLESPACE Syntax http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/6.0/en/create-tablespace.html - WL#4448 - Generalize the handlerton::fill_files_table call with handlerton::fill_is_table - WL#4240 - Online Backup: save/restore table space information
This is written with assumption that WL#4448 is ready. INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLESPACES will be filled by a storage engine via handlerton::fill_is_table() method. This will be done if schema_table_idx parameter is set to SCH_TABLESPACES. sql/mysql_priv.h: - add human readable definitions for field identifiers, e.g.: #define IS_TABLESPACES_TABLESPACE_NAME 0 sql/handler.h - add SCH_TABLESPACES to the enum_schema_tables sql/sql_show.cc: - implement tablespaces_fields_info - probably implement init_fill_schema_tablespaces_row() - add TABLESPACES table to the schema_tables array. Reuse INFORMATION_SCHEMA.FILES related functions.
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