On Dec 13, 2007 3:43 PM, Tena Sakai <tsakai(at)gallo(dot)ucsf(dot)edu> wrote:
> My next question:
> What would be a good way to tell if some
> query is hung?
That would really depend on what you mean by hung. Just running a
really long time, or waiting for a lock that some other session is not
will to commit / rollback like above?
I take it you just mean long running queries. You can do a couple of
things. You can set the value for statement_timeout and any statement
that takes over that amount of time will generate a timeout and you
then log it in the logs.
You can use pg_stat_activity to see how long a query's been running.
select datname, usename, current_query, waiting, now() - query_start
from pg_stat_activity order by query_start;
can show you how long each query has been running.
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