|From:||Andres Freund <andres(at)anarazel(dot)de>|
|Subject:||Re: [WIP] Patches to enable extraction state of query execution from external session|
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On 2016-08-29 18:22:56 +0300, maksim wrote:
> Now I complete extension that provides facility to see the current state of
> query execution working on external session in form of EXPLAIN ANALYZE
> output. This extension works on 9.5 version, for 9.6 and later it doesn't
> support detailed statistics for parallel nodes yet.
Could you expand a bit on what you want this for exactly?
> 2. Patch that enables to interrupt the query executor
> This patch enables to hang up hooks on executor function of each node
> (ExecProcNode). I define hooks before any node execution and after
> I use this patch to add possibility of query tracing by emitted rows from
> any node. I interrupt query executor after any node delivers one or zero
> rows to upper node. And after execution of specific number trace steps I can
> get the query state of traceable backend which will be somewhat
> deterministic. I use this possibility for regression tests of my extension.
This will increase executor overhead. I think we'll need to find a way
to hide this behind the existing if (instrument) branches.
> 3. Patch that enables to output runtime explain statistics
> This patch extends the regular explain functionality. The problem is in the
> point that regular explain call makes result output after query execution
> performing InstrEndLoop on nodes where necessary. My patch introduces
> specific flag *runtime* that indicates whether we explain running query and
> does some insertions in source code dedicated to output the statistics of
> running query.
Unless I'm missing something this doesn't really expose a user of this
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