Commit 08c10021 authored by Michael Meskes's avatar Michael Meskes

Imported Upstream version 8.1

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2005-11-21 Tom Lane <tgl@redhat.com>
* pg_filedump.c, .h: Adjust to support PostgreSQL 8.1 tuple format
and control file layout.
* pg_filedump.c, .h: Update version and copyright date.
* Makefile.contrib: Update for PGXS changes.
2005-02-10 Tom Lane <tgl@redhat.com>
* pg_filedump.c, .h: Adjust to support PostgreSQL 8.0 tuple format.
* pg_filedump.c, .h: Update version and copyright date.
2003-09-29 Patrick Macdonald <patrickm@redhat.com>
* pg_filedump.c (GetSpecialSectionType): Distinguish between btree and
hash index pages using the hasho_filler field.
(FormatHeader): Verify index page header is btree before dumping meta
data.
(FormatSpecial): Format index areas based on precalculated special
section type.
* pg_filedump.h: Add distinct index special section types.
2003-05-30 Patrick Macdonald <patrickm@redhat.com>
* pg_filedump.c: Bumped version up to 3.0.
2003-04-17 Patrick Macdonald <patrickm@redhat.com>
* pg_filedump.c (DisplayOptions): Update version and copyright
date.
(FormatHeader): Display btree meta data as part of the header
if this is a btree meta page.
(FormatItem): Remove older version defines.
(FormatSpecial): Add new btree defines.
(FormatControl): Remove older version defines.
* pg_filedump.h: Update version and copyright date, remove older
version structure defines.
2003-04-17 Patrick Macdonald <patrickm@redhat.com>
* pg_filedump.c: Updated header, copyright and indentation.
* pg_filedump.h: ditto.
2002-12-18 Patrick Macdonald <patrickm@redhat.com>
* pg_filedump.c: Version 1.1 of the tool, moved
declarations to proper header,
(GetBlockSize): Cache block size locally,
(CreateDumpFileHeader): Increment the release minor,
(FormatHeader): Add block version number to output,
(FormatItem): Support new heap tuple layout,
(FormatControl): Support additional entries in the
control file.
* pg_filedump.h: New file.
* README.pg_filedump: Updated for version control.
2002-10-16 Patrick Macdonald <patrickm@redhat.com>
* rhdb-utils.build: Updated branch level.
2002-09-24 Andrew Overholt <overholt@redhat.com>
* rhdb-utils.build: Change cvsroot to reflect new server.
2002-09-11 Andrew Overholt <overholt@redhat.com>
* rhdb-utils.spec: Change release number to 1.
2002-07-29 Liam Stewart <liams@redhat.com>
* rhdb-utils.build: Tightened the cvs module so checkouts don't
take forever.
(get_cvs): Checkout instead of export.
(build): Call build_srpm to build SRPM.
2002-07-10 Liam Stewart <liams@redhat.com>
* rhdb-utils.build (build): Use rpmbuild instead of rpm; ignore
dependencies.
2002-07-08 Liam Stewart <liams@redhat.com>
* rhdb-utils.spec: Updated summary and description text. Bumped
release.
2002-07-04 Liam Stewart <liams@redhat.com>
* rhdb-utils.build: $download -> $downloaddir
* rhdb-utils.spec: New file.
* rhdb-utils.build: New file.
* rpm-extras/pg_filedump-crc.patch: New file.
* rpm-extras/pg_filedump-make.patch: New file.
2002-03-08 Patrick Macdonald <patrickm@redhat.com>
* pg_filedump.c (FormatItem): Remove EXTENDED,
add XMAX_COMMITED and XMAX_INVALID, add proper
t_bits[] processing, fix typo.
* Makefile.contrib: New file.
2002-03-04 Patrick Macdonald <patrickm@redhat.com>
* README.pg_filedump: sources merge.
2002-02-04 Patrick Macdonald <patrickm@redhat.com>
* pg_filedump.c: Add macro to set options and
flag duplicates, move copyright out of the
header block, use MAXALIGN when determining
special section size
* README.pg_filedump: New file.
2002-02-01 Patrick Macdonald <patrickm@redhat.com>
* pg_filedump.c: Alter copyright info to GPL.
* pg_filedump.c: Minor tweaks to printf() formatting,
(FormatItem): Add new parameter to receive the
formatting method.
(FormatItemBlock): Determine and pass the format
method to FormatItem().
2002-01-30 Patrick Macdonald <patrickm@redhat.com>
* pg_filedump.c: Added -B to valid control file
dump options.
* Makefile: Add -Wmissing-prototypes and
-Wmissing-declarations.
2002-01-29 Patrick Macdonald <patrickm@redhat.com>
* pg_filedump.c: Renamed from pgfiledump.c
2002-01-29 Patrick Macdonald <patrickm@redhat.com>
* pgfiledump.c: Scrubbed the code, added support
for CRC checking, improved readability, fixed
unsigned vs signed problems.
* Makefile: Added pg_crc.c to support CRC checks.
2002-01-28 Patrick Macdonald <patrickm@redhat.com>
* pgfiledump.c: Added FormatControl() to support
dumping of the PostgreSQL control file.
2002-01-25 Patrick Macdonald <patrickm@redhat.com>
* Makefile, pgfiledump.c: New file.
# View README.pg_filedump first
CC=gcc
CFLAGS=-g -O -Wall -Wmissing-prototypes -Wmissing-declarations
INCLUDE=/usr/include/pgsql/server
# PGSQL MUST POINT TO pgsql SOURCE DIRECTORY
PGSQL=../../../../postgres/pgsql
CRC_SRC=${PGSQL}/src/backend/utils/hash
CRC_INCLUDE=${PGSQL}/src
all: pg_filedump
pg_filedump: pg_filedump.o pg_crc.o
${CC} ${CFLAGS} -o pg_filedump pg_filedump.o pg_crc.o
pg_filedump.o: pg_filedump.c
${CC} ${CFLAGS} -I${INCLUDE} pg_filedump.c -c
pg_crc.o: ${CRC_SRC}/pg_crc.c
${CC} ${CFLAGS} -I${CRC_INCLUDE} -I${INCLUDE} ${CRC_SRC}/pg_crc.c -c
clean:
rm -rf *.o pg_filedump
PROGRAM = pg_filedump
OBJS = pg_filedump.o pg_crc.o
EXTRA_CLEAN = pg_crc.c
DOCS = README.pg_filedump
ifdef USE_PGXS
PGXS := $(shell pg_config --pgxs)
include $(PGXS)
else
subdir = contrib/pg_filedump
top_builddir = ../..
include $(top_builddir)/src/Makefile.global
include $(top_srcdir)/contrib/contrib-global.mk
endif
pg_crc.c: $(top_srcdir)/src/backend/utils/hash/pg_crc.c
rm -f $@ && $(LN_S) $< .
pg_filedump - Display formatted contents of a PostgreSQL heap/index/control
file.
Copyright (c) 2002, 2003, 2005 Red Hat, Inc.
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; either version 2 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
Author: Patrick Macdonald <patrickm@redhat.com>
Version: 8.1.1
Overview:
------------------------------------------------------------------------
pg_filedump is a utility to format PostgreSQL heap/index/control files
into a human-readable form. You can format/dump the files several ways,
as listed in the Invocation section, as well as dumping straight binary.
The type of file (heap/index) is determined by the structure of the
blocks within the file. However, to format a control file you must use
the -c option.
The default is to format the entire file using the block size listed on
block 0 (heap/index files) and display block relative addresses. These
defaults can be modified using run-time options.
Some options may seem strange but they're there for a reason. For
example, block size. It's there because if the header of block 0 is
corrupt, you need a method of forcing a block size.
Release Notes / Databases Supported
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
V8.1.1 Must be compiled against a PostgreSQL 8.1 installation.
Supports: PostgreSQL 8.1.x
V4.0 Must be compiled against a PostgreSQL 8.0 installation.
Supports: PostgreSQL 8.0.x
V3.0 Must be compiled against a PostgreSQL 7.4 installation.
Supports: PostgreSQL 7.4.x
V2.0 Must be compiled against a PostgreSQL 7.3 installation.
Supports: PostgreSQL - Red Hat Edition 3.0,
Red Hat Database 2.x, Red Hat Database 1.x
PostgreSQL 7.3.x, PostgreSQL 7.2.x, PostgreSQL 7.1.x
V1.0 Must be compiled against a PostgreSQL 7.1 or PostgreSQL 7.2
installation.
Supports: Red Hat Database 2.x, Red Hat Database 1.x
PostgreSQL 7.2.x, PostgreSQL 7.1.x
Compile/Installation:
------------------------------------------------------------------------
There are two makefiles included in this package. Makefile is a
standalone makefile for pg_filedump. Alter the include and src
variables to point to the proper directories. Makefile.contrib can be
used if the package was untarred in the contrib directory of a
PostgreSQL/RHDB build tree.
make
make install (if in the contrib directory)
Invocation:
------------------------------------------------------------------------
pg_filedump [-abcdfhixy] [-R startblock [endblock]] [-S blocksize] file
Defaults are: relative addressing, range of the entire file, block size
as listed on block 0 in the file
The following options are valid for heap and index files:
-a Display absolute addresses when formatting (Block header
information is always block relative)
-b Display binary block images within a range (Option will turn
off all formatting options)
-d Display formatted block content dump (Option will turn off
all other formatting options)
-f Display formatted block content dump along with interpretation
-h Display this information
-i Display interpreted item details
-R Display specific block ranges within the file (Blocks are
indexed from 0)
[startblock]: block to start at
[endblock]: block to end at
A startblock without an endblock will format the single block
-S Force block size to [blocksize]
-x Force interpreted formatting of block items as index items
-y Force interpreted formatting of block items as heap items
The following options are valid for control files:
-c Interpret the file listed as a control file
-f Display formatted content dump along with interpretation
-S Force block size to [blocksize]
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/*
* pg_filedump.h - PostgreSQL file dump utility for dumping and
* formatting heap(data), index and control files.
* Version 8.1.1 for PostgreSQL 8.1
*
* Copyright (c) 2002, 2003, 2005 Red Hat, Inc. 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; either version 2 of the License, or
* (at your option) any later version.
*
* 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., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA
*
* Author: Patrick Macdonald <patrickm@redhat.com>
*
* Component of: PostgreSQL - Red Hat Edition - Utilities / Tools
*
*/
#include <stdio.h>
#include <time.h>
#include <ctype.h>
#include "postgres.h"
#include "storage/bufpage.h"
#include "access/hash.h"
#include "access/gist.h"
#include "access/nbtree.h"
#include "access/rtree.h"
#include "access/itup.h"
#include "access/htup.h"
#include "catalog/pg_control.h"
// Options for Block formatting operations
static unsigned int blockOptions = 0;
typedef enum
{
BLOCK_ABSOLUTE = 0x00000001, // -a: Absolute (vs Relative) addressing
BLOCK_BINARY = 0x00000002, // -b: Binary dump of block
BLOCK_FORMAT = 0x00000004, // -f: Formatted dump of blocks / control file
BLOCK_FORCED = 0x00000008, // -S: Block size forced
BLOCK_NO_INTR = 0x00000010, // -d: Dump straight blocks
BLOCK_RANGE = 0x00000020 // -R: Specific block range to dump
}
blockSwitches;
static int blockStart = -1; // -R [start]: Block range start
static int blockEnd = -1; // -R [end]: Block range end
// Options for Item formatting operations
static unsigned int itemOptions = 0;
typedef enum
{
ITEM_DETAIL = 0x00000001, // -i: Display interpreted items
ITEM_HEAP = 0x00000002, // -x: Blocks contain heap items
ITEM_INDEX = 0x00000004 // -y: Blocks contain heap items
}
itemSwitches;
// Options for Control File formatting operations
static unsigned int controlOptions = 0;
typedef enum
{
CONTROL_DUMP = 0x00000001, // -c: Dump control file
CONTROL_FORMAT = BLOCK_FORMAT, // -f: Formatted dump of control file
CONTROL_FORCED = BLOCK_FORCED // -S: Block size forced
}
controlSwitches;
// Possible value types for the Special Section
typedef enum
{
SPEC_SECT_NONE, // No special section on block
SPEC_SECT_SEQUENCE, // Sequence info in special section
SPEC_SECT_INDEX_RTREE, // RTree/GIST index info in special section
SPEC_SECT_INDEX_BTREE, // BTree index info in special section
SPEC_SECT_INDEX_HASH, // Hash index info in special section
SPEC_SECT_ERROR_UNKNOWN, // Unknown error
SPEC_SECT_ERROR_BOUNDARY // Boundary error
}
specialSectionTypes;
static unsigned int specialType = SPEC_SECT_NONE;
// Possible return codes from option validation routine.
// pg_filedump doesn't do much with them now but maybe in
// the future...
typedef enum
{
OPT_RC_VALID, // All options are valid
OPT_RC_INVALID, // Improper option string
OPT_RC_FILE, // File problems
OPT_RC_DUPLICATE, // Duplicate option encountered
OPT_RC_COPYRIGHT // Copyright should be displayed
}
optionReturnCodes;
// Simple macro to check for duplicate options and then set
// an option flag for later consumption
#define SET_OPTION(_x,_y,_z) if (_x & _y) \
{ \
rc = OPT_RC_DUPLICATE; \
duplicateSwitch = _z; \
} \
else \
_x |= _y;
#define SEQUENCE_MAGIC 0x1717 // PostgreSQL defined magic number
#define EOF_ENCOUNTERED (-1) // Indicator for partial read
#define BYTES_PER_LINE 16 // Format the binary 16 bytes per line
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