Query History Details
The Query History Details view displays query metrics, the text of the query, and the query plan and execution statistics for a single query selected from the Query History view.
The Query ID, execution status, and run time of the query are displayed at the top.
The following metrics are displayed for the query.
1 − (average_segment_CPU / maximum_segment_CPU)
The query text and the query’s plan and execution progress are shown in the lower panels of the Query Details view. The text of the query is displayed in the left panel, and the plan and progress is displayed in the right panel. The plan is available only for queries that ran for at least ten seconds.
The Query Text panel displays the text of the query as it was submitted to Greenplum Database.
Command Center can display up to 100K characters. If you click COPY, up to 100K characters of the query text are copied to the clipboard.
If the query text is longer than 100K characters, a message is displayed with a link you can use to download the full text of the query. The name of the text file is the ID of the query with a
.txt extension. The file is available to download for 24 hours.
The Plan & Progress tab in the lower right panel is a graphical representation of the query plan with metrics to show the planned and actual query execution. Each box in the tree represents a step in the query execution plan. The boxes are labeled with the operation they represent. Query execution begins at the bottom of the tree and ends at the top.
Query execution plans are executed in “slices,” portions of the query plan that segments can work on independently in parallel. The plan is sliced wherever a data motion operator occurs. The time displayed in the upper right corner of each box is the amount of CPU time used for all steps in the slice to which the step belongs. The visual query plan does not illustrate slices, but you can find information about slices in the textual plan.
If you click a step, the box expands to show additional details.
The expanded plan box contains the following metrics.
- The type of operator. When the operator is a table scan, the name of the scanned table is included. See Query Plan Execution for descriptions of the operators.
- Information related to the current operation, such as the hash key, merge key, join condition, or filter condition.
- Row Skew - the amount of row skew for the current operator, a value from 0% to 100%. Row skew occurs when some segments process more rows than other segments. The percentage is calculated as
(1 − (average_segment_rows / maximum_segment_rows)) * 100.
- Estimation Accuracy - a percentage calculated from the estimated rows the node would produce and the actual rows the node produced when the query executed. The percentage is calculated as
min(estimated_rows, actual_rows) / max(estimated_rows, actual_rows) * 100
- Actual Rows - The number of rows produced by this step.
- Estimated Rows - The estimated number of rows the operator will produce.
Select the Textual Plan tab and click RUN EXPLAIN to generate the text representation of the explain plan. The
EXPLAIN command is run against the current state of the database, so the plan generated may differ from the the plan used when the query executed.
The RUN EXPLAIN button is dimmed if Command Center is unable to generate the explain plan. Command Center is unable to generate the explain plan if the size of the query text is greater than 100K characters or if the query text contains multiple statements.
The textual plan is the output of the Greenplum Database
EXPLAIN command for the query. The query plan steps are labeled with arrows (
->) and the structure of the query plan tree is indicated with indentation.
Optimizer status: line at the bottom of the textual plan reports whether the explain plan was generated using the GPORCA optimizer (PQO) or the legacy query optimizer.
For help reading the textual explain plan see the
EXPLAIN command in the Greenplum Database Reference Guide and Query Profiling in the Greenplum Database Administrator Guide. See Query Execution for descriptions of the query operators.