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|Subject:||BUG #16035: STATEMENT_TIMEOUT not working when we have single quote usage inside CTE which is used in inner sql|
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The following bug has been logged on the website:
Bug reference: 16035
Logged by: Raj Mohite
Email address: rmohite(at)xento(dot)com
PostgreSQL version: 10.8
Operating system: Windows 10
I have created a simple sql where I have added STATEMENT_TIMEOUT = 1 seconds
and added explicit delay(pg_sleep(5) ) of 5 seconds inside CTE.
Below sql should get killed after 1 second but looks like it is running for
SET STATEMENT_TIMEOUT = '1s';SELECT * FROM ( WITH test AS ( SELECT
pg_sleep(5), 'Billy' as emp_name ) SELECT 1 FROM test ) AS sub;
Note: If we remove the quoted string 'Billy' AS emp_name from above sql
then proper timeout is getting applied. If we keep quoted string -- 'Billy'
AS emp_name in the comment then also it doesn't work.
Solution: We are still finding the root cause for the above behavior but I
found that if we will put the SET STATEMENT_TIMEOUT before and after the sql
then it working fine.
SET STATEMENT_TIMEOUT = '3s';SELECT * FROM ( WITH test AS ( SELECT
pg_sleep(5), 'Billy' as emp_name ) SELECT 1 FROM test ) AS sub;SET
STATEMENT_TIMEOUT = '1s';
Above example will timeout after 3 seconds i.e. it will consider the 1st
Can you please help us to know why STATEMENT_TIMEOUT is not working in first
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