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From: Uwe Bartels <uwe(dot)bartels(at)gmail(dot)com>
To: pgsql-admin(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: docs log_executor_stats
Date: 2010-11-22 16:48:10
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Hi,

is there any documentation about the output of "log_executor_stats=on" out
there?
it seems quite intuitiv on the first glance, but ....
if you are at the point reading this output, you are already quite deep in
the system and have problems. And I need to know what each of the numbers
really not probably mean.

i know what a context switch is or a page fault/reclaim, etc.
what i need to know is the context of the numbers:
- numbers without brackets
- number with brackets
- context for those numbers: are all of these numbers one-to-one related to
my function call? Or did those numbers (signals/page reclaims) come up
during the time of execution of that function?

what I don't know and never found so far is "Local  blocks" and "Direct
blocks". So I'd be interested to know what's this, jst for completeness.

please help!!!!!

thanks,
Uwe


LOG:  EXECUTOR STATISTICS
DETAIL:  ! system usage stats:
!       34.228987 elapsed 7.561851 user 1.594757 system sec
!       [7.719826 user 1.633751 sys total]
!       0/0 [0/0] filesystem blocks in/out
!       0/267488 [0/276350] page faults/reclaims, 0 [0] swaps
!       0 [0] signals rcvd, 0/0 [0/0] messages rcvd/sent
!       4058/115 [4084/115] voluntary/involuntary context switches
! buffer usage stats:
!       Shared blocks:       5336 read,          0 written, buffer hit rate
= 99.65%
!       Local  blocks:          0 read,          0 written, buffer hit rate
= 0.00%
!       Direct blocks:          0 read,          0 written
LOG:  duration: 34229.811 ms  statement: select * from testfunction(462041,
0::smallint);

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