The System connector provides information and metrics about the currently running openLooKeng cluster. It makes this available via normal SQL queries.
The System connector doesn't need to be configured: it is automatically available via a catalog named
Using the System Connector
List the available system schemas:
SHOW SCHEMAS FROM system;
List the tables in one of the schemas:
SHOW TABLES FROM system.runtime;
Query one of the tables:
SELECT * FROM system.runtime.nodes;
Kill a running query:
CALL system.runtime.kill_query(query_id => '20151207_215727_00146_tx3nr', message => 'Using too many resources');
System Connector Tables
The catalogs table contains the list of available catalogs.
The schema properties table contains the list of available properties that can be set when creating a new schema.
The table properties table contains the list of available properties that can be set when creating a new table.
The table comments table contains the list of table comment.
The nodes table contains the list of visible nodes in the openLooKeng cluster along with their status.
The queries table contains information about currently and recently running queries on the openLooKeng cluster. From this table you can find out the original query text (SQL), the identity of the user who ran the query and performance information about the query including how long the query was queued and analyzed.
The tasks table contains information about the tasks involved in a openLooKeng query including where they were executed and and how many rows and bytes each task processed.
The transactions table contains the list of currently open transactions and related metadata. This includes information such as the create time, idle time, initialization parameters, and accessed catalogs.
System Connector Procedures
Kill the query identified by
query_id. The query failure message will include the specified