Class EnumerableBatchNestedLoopJoinRule

    • Field Detail

      • batchSize

        private final int batchSize
    • Constructor Detail

      • EnumerableBatchNestedLoopJoinRule

        protected EnumerableBatchNestedLoopJoinRule​(java.lang.Class<? extends Join> clazz,
                                                    RelBuilderFactory relBuilderFactory,
                                                    int batchSize)
        Creates an EnumerableBatchNestedLoopJoinRule.
      • EnumerableBatchNestedLoopJoinRule

        public EnumerableBatchNestedLoopJoinRule​(RelBuilderFactory relBuilderFactory)
        Creates an EnumerableBatchNestedLoopJoinRule with default batch size of 100.
      • EnumerableBatchNestedLoopJoinRule

        public EnumerableBatchNestedLoopJoinRule​(RelBuilderFactory relBuilderFactory,
                                                 int batchSize)
        Creates an EnumerableBatchNestedLoopJoinRule with given batch size. Warning: if the batch size is around or bigger than 1000 there can be an error because the generated code exceeds the size limit
    • Method Detail

      • matches

        public boolean matches​(RelOptRuleCall call)
        Description copied from class: RelOptRule
        Returns whether this rule could possibly match the given operands.

        This method is an opportunity to apply side-conditions to a rule. The RelOptPlanner calls this method after matching all operands of the rule, and before calling RelOptRule.onMatch(RelOptRuleCall).

        In implementations of RelOptPlanner which may queue up a matched RelOptRuleCall for a long time before calling RelOptRule.onMatch(RelOptRuleCall), this method is beneficial because it allows the planner to discard rules earlier in the process.

        The default implementation of this method returns true. It is acceptable for any implementation of this method to give a false positives, that is, to say that the rule matches the operands but have RelOptRule.onMatch(RelOptRuleCall) subsequently not generate any successors.

        The following script is useful to identify rules which commonly produce no successors. You should override this method for these rules:

        awk '
         /Apply rule/ {rule=$4; ruleCount[rule]++;}
         /generated 0 successors/ {ruleMiss[rule]++;}
         END {
           printf "%-30s %s %s\n", "Rule", "Fire", "Miss";
           for (i in ruleCount) {
             printf "%-30s %5d %5d\n", i, ruleCount[i], ruleMiss[i];
           }
         } ' FarragoTrace.log
        Overrides:
        matches in class RelOptRule
        Parameters:
        call - Rule call which has been determined to match all operands of this rule
        Returns:
        whether this RelOptRule matches a given RelOptRuleCall