Test merge-table-limit.Bug-6756.sql (id 7617234e528d) (err)
merge-table-limit.Bug-6756.stable.out.FILTERED 2019-09-21 01:35:36.000000000 +0200merge-table-limit.Bug-6756.test.out.FILTERED 2019-09-21 01:35:36.000000000 +0200
1 Statistics about stdout of test 'merge-table-limit.Bug-6756` in directory 'sql/test/BugTracker-2019`: 1 1 Statistics about stdout of test 'merge-table-limit.Bug-6756` in directory 'sql/test/BugTracker-2019`: 1
2 10 lines, 61 words, 348 chars in lines not matching '^$|^(\| |)#|^=` 2 ! 2 2 lines, 9 words, 97 chars in lines not matching '^$|^(\| |)#|^=` 2
3 = 10 lines, 61 words, 348 chars in lines not matching '^$|^(\| |)#` 3 ! 3 = 2 lines, 9 words, 97 chars in lines not matching '^$|^(\| |)#` 3
4 # 148 lines, 667 words, 5119 chars in all lines 4 ! 4 # 87 lines, 340 words, 2861 chars in all lines 4
5 5 5 5
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#ALTER TABLE logs.test_message ADD TABLE
127 #ALTER TABLE logs.test_message ADD TABLE logs.test_message_20190910; 127 87 #ALTER TABLE logs.test_message ADD TABLE logs.test_message_20190910; 87
128 #SELECT timestamp AS timestamp, logentry_no AS logentry_no, logsource AS logsource, program AS program 128 ! 88 88
129 #FROM logs.test_message 129 ! 89 # 01:35:36 > 89
130 #WHERE processed_timestamp >= '2019-09-09 01:23:58.949' AND processed_timestamp <= '2019-09-09 17:38:58.949' 130 ! 90 # 01:35:36 > "Done." 90
131 #ORDER BY timestamp 131 ! 91 # 01:35:36 > 91
132 #LIMIT 2000; 132 -
133 % ., ., ., . # table_name 133 -
134 # .L2, .L4, .L6, .L10 # table_name 134 -
135 % timestamp, logentry_no, logsource, program # name 135 -
136 % timestamp, bigint, clob, clob # type 136 -
137 % 26, 1, 0, 0 # length 137 -
138 #SELECT timestamp AS timestamp, logentry_no AS logentry_no, logsource AS logsource 138 -
139 #FROM logs.test_message 139 -
140 #WHERE processed_timestamp >= '2019-09-09 01:23:58.949' AND processed_timestamp <= '2019-09-09 17:38:58.949' 140 -
141 #ORDER BY timestamp 141 -
142 #LIMIT 2000; 142 -
143 % ., ., . # table_name 143 -
144 # .L2, .L4, .L6 # table_name 144 -
145 % timestamp, logentry_no, logsource # name 145 -
146 % timestamp, bigint, clob # type 146 -
147 % 26, 1, 0 # length 147 -
148 #ROLLBACK; 148 -
149 149 -
150 # 17:09:08 > 150 -
151 # 17:09:08 > "Done." 151 -
152 # 17:09:08 > 152 -
153 153 92 92