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31.3 Query Analyzer User Interface

To open the Query Analyzer, select Queries from the navigation menu.

Figure 31.1 Default Query Analyzer View

Example of the default query analyzer view.

Table 31.2 Controls of the default Query Analyzer view

Control Description

Filters

Query Analyzer: contains the following default, system filters:

  • Administration Statements: filters on statements of type GRANT, REVOKE, RESET, SET, SHOW, FLUSH, CACHE, KILL, and SHUTDOWN.

  • All Statements: (default) no filtering defined. All statements are displayed.

  • DDL Statements: filters on statements of type CREATE, DROP, ALTER, TRUNCATE, and RENAME.

  • DML Statements: filters on statements of type SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, REPLACE, CALL, LOAD, DO, and HANDLER.

  • Prepared Statements: filters on statements of type PREPARE, EXECUTE, and DEALLOCATE.

  • Replication Statements: filters on statements of type START, STOP, RESET, and CHANGE

  • Statements with Errors: filters on the advanced filter options of Total Errors > 0.

  • Statements with Full Table Scans: filters on the advanced filter options of Table Scan notices and Total Table Scans > 0.

  • Statements with Max Exec Time Over 1 Second: filters on the advanced filter options of Max Exec Time > 1.

  • Statements with Temporary Tables: filters on the advanced filter options of Total Temporary Tables > 0.

  • Statements with Temporary Tables on Disk: filters on the advanced filter options of Total Temporary Disk Tables > 0

  • Statements with Warnings: filters on the advanced filter options of Total Warnings > 0

  • Table Maintenance Statements: filters on statements of type OPTIMIZE, ANALYZE, CHECK, REPAIR, and CHECKSUM.

  • Transactional and Locking Statements: filters on statements of type BEGIN, COMMIT, ROLLBACK, SAVEPOINT, RELEASE, LOCK, and UNLOCK.

  • Customized versions of the system filters are created using the name of the filter with a -clone suffix.

Configure View

Opens the configuration view.

The Configure View enables you to customize the data displayed on the Query Analyzer view. For more information, see Section 31.5, “Query Analyzer Configuration View”.

Statements

The statements panel displays the statement data. The data displayed is configured in the Data View section of the Configuration View.

For more information, see Data View.

By default, the Statements view displays the following:

  • QRTi pie chart: visual representation of the Query Response Time index. Hover the cursor over the pie chart to see a summary of the Optimal, Acceptable, and Unacceptable QRTi percentages.

  • Query: displays the normalized query. Hover the cursor over the statement to see the full version. Or click the query to open the Details page.

  • Database: the name of the database on which the query was executed.

  • First Seen: the time and data at which this query was first seen on the database.

  • Latency: sparkline graph displaying the latency of the query. Hover the cursor over the graph to display a tooltip containing the summary of the latency.

  • Total: total amount of time spent on this query.

  • Execution Counts: number of times this query was executed.

  • Rows: number of rows affected by this query.

All elements of the statement view are configurable, except for the statement itself, which is always displayed. To display the full statement, hover the cursor over the statement line. The full statement is displayed in a pop-up. To view the details of the statement, click the statement, or the more options button on the right of the statement's panel.

For more information on the Details page, see Section 31.4, “Detailed Query Information”.



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