SHOW_LOCKS

SHOW_LOCKS returns a list of locks from across the cluster.

Read more about locks in Concurrency and locks.

Permissions

The role must have the SUPERUSER permissions.

Syntax

show_locks_statement ::=
    SELECT SHOW_LOCKS()
    ;

Parameters

None

Returns

This function returns a list of active locks. If no locks are active in the cluster, the result set will be empty.

Result columns

stmt_id

Statement ID that caused the lock.

stmt_string

Statement text

username

The role that executed the statement

server

The worker node’s IP

port

The worker node’s port

locked_object

The full qualified name of the object being locked, separated with $ (e.g. table$t$public$nba2 for table nba2 in schema public, in database t

lockmode

The locking mode (inclusive or exclusive).

statement_start_time

Timestamp the statement started

lock_start_time

Timestamp the lock was obtained

Examples

Using SHOW_LOCKS to see active locks

In this example, we create a table based on results (CREATE TABLE AS), but we are also effectively dropping the previous table (by using OR REPLACE). Thus, SQream DB applies locks during the table creation process to prevent the table from being altered during it’s creation.

t=> SELECT SHOW_LOCKS();
statement_id | statement_string                                                                                | username | server       | port | locked_object                   | lockmode  | statement_start_time | lock_start_time
-------------+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+----------+--------------+------+---------------------------------+-----------+----------------------+--------------------
287          | CREATE OR REPLACE TABLE nba2 AS SELECT "Name" FROM nba WHERE REGEXP_COUNT("Name", '( )+', 8)>1; | sqream   | 192.168.1.91 | 5000 | database$t                      | Inclusive | 2019-12-26 00:03:30  | 2019-12-26 00:03:30
287          | CREATE OR REPLACE TABLE nba2 AS SELECT "Name" FROM nba WHERE REGEXP_COUNT("Name", '( )+', 8)>1; | sqream   | 192.168.1.91 | 5000 | globalpermission$               | Exclusive | 2019-12-26 00:03:30  | 2019-12-26 00:03:30
287          | CREATE OR REPLACE TABLE nba2 AS SELECT "Name" FROM nba WHERE REGEXP_COUNT("Name", '( )+', 8)>1; | sqream   | 192.168.1.91 | 5000 | schema$t$public                 | Inclusive | 2019-12-26 00:03:30  | 2019-12-26 00:03:30
287          | CREATE OR REPLACE TABLE nba2 AS SELECT "Name" FROM nba WHERE REGEXP_COUNT("Name", '( )+', 8)>1; | sqream   | 192.168.1.91 | 5000 | table$t$public$nba2$Insert      | Exclusive | 2019-12-26 00:03:30  | 2019-12-26 00:03:30
287          | CREATE OR REPLACE TABLE nba2 AS SELECT "Name" FROM nba WHERE REGEXP_COUNT("Name", '( )+', 8)>1; | sqream   | 192.168.1.91 | 5000 | table$t$public$nba2$Update      | Exclusive | 2019-12-26 00:03:30  | 2019-12-26 00:03:30