This system table contains all profiling information of running queries. For more details, see Profiling.
Only users with the SELECT ANY DICTIONARY system privilege have access to the table.
|SESSION_ID||ID of the session|
|STMT_ID||Serially numbered ID of statement within a session|
|COMMAND_NAME||Name of the statement (for example, SELECT, COMMIT, or MERGE.)|
|COMMAND_CLASS||Class of statement (for example, DQL, TRANSACTION, or DML)|
|PART_ID||Serially numbered ID of the execution part within the statement|
|PART_NAME||Name of the execution part (see also Profiling)|
Extended information of the execution part. For example:
|PART_FINISHED||Defines whether the execution part has already finished|
|OBJECT_SCHEMA||Schema of the processed object|
|OBJECT_NAME||Name of the processed object|
|OBJECT_ROWS||Number of rows of the processed object|
|OUT_ROWS||Number of result rows of the execution part|
|DURATION||Duration of the execution part in seconds|
|CPU||CPU utilization in percentage of the execution part (averaged over the duration)|
temporary DB memory of the execution part in MiB (
Usage of modified, persistent DB memory of the execution part in MiB (
Hard disk maximum read ratio in MiB per second (per node, averaged over the duration)
If this value is larger than 0, then data had to be loaded into the main memory.
Hard disk maximum write ratio in MiB per second (per node, averaged over the duration)
This column reflects only the data written during a COMMIT. For other statements its value is NULL.
|NET||Network traffic ratio in MiB per second (sum of send/receive, per node, averaged over the duration)|
Any additional information such as, index type and columns, or index used for a join.
Some examples for the REMARKS column:
|SQL_TEXT||Corresponding SQL text|