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Subject [GitHub] [drill] paul-rogers commented on a change in pull request #2000: DRILL-7607: Support dynamic credit based flow control
Date Tue, 03 Mar 2020 03:35:50 GMT
paul-rogers commented on a change in pull request #2000: DRILL-7607: Support dynamic credit
based flow control
URL: https://github.com/apache/drill/pull/2000#discussion_r386782336
 
 

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 File path: exec/java-exec/src/main/java/org/apache/drill/exec/work/batch/UnlimitedRawBatchBuffer.java
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 @@ -32,12 +33,24 @@
   private final int softlimit;
   private final int startlimit;
 
-  public UnlimitedRawBatchBuffer(FragmentContext context, int fragmentCount) {
-    super(context, fragmentCount);
+  private int runtimeSoftLimit = -1;
+  private int runtimeAckCredit = 1;
+  private int sampleTimes = 0;
+  private long totalBatchSize = 0l;
+  private final int fragmentCount;
+  private final int maxSampleTimes;
+  private final long thresholdNetworkMem;
+
+  public UnlimitedRawBatchBuffer(FragmentContext context, int fragmentCount, boolean enableDynamicFC)
{
+    super(context, fragmentCount, enableDynamicFC);
     this.softlimit = bufferSizePerSocket * fragmentCount;
     this.startlimit = Math.max(softlimit/2, 1);
     logger.trace("softLimit: {}, startLimit: {}", softlimit, startlimit);
     this.bufferQueue = new UnlimitedBufferQueue();
+    this.fragmentCount = fragmentCount;
+    this.sampleTimes = fragmentCount;
+    this.maxSampleTimes = fragmentCount;
+    this.thresholdNetworkMem = context.getConfig().getLong(ExecConstants.UNLIMITED__BUFFER_MAX_MEMORY_SIZE);
 
 Review comment:
   I'm concerned that this feature is always enabled with a default size of 500MB. If we assume
that most batches are usually < 10MB, we've gone from a potential buffer size of 30MB to
one of 500MB. In large queries, this could cause unexpected OOM errors.
   
   Maybe define this so that 0 is the default, and 0 means "don't dynamically change buffer
size." This allows us to try out the feature, and for you to use the feature, without running
the risk of destabilizing other production sites.

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