MariaDB starting with 10.0.4

The QUERY_RESPONSE_TIME table was introduced in MariaDB 10.0.4

Description

The Information Schema QUERY_RESPONSE_TIME table contains information about queries that take a long time to execute . It is only available if the QUERY_RESPONSE_TIME_plugin has been installed.

It contains the following columns:

ColumnDescription
TIMETime interval
COUNTCount of queries falling into the time interval
TOTALTotal execution time of all queries for this interval

See QUERY_RESPONSE_TIME plugin for a full description.

The table is not a standard Information Schema table, and is a MariaDB extension.

SHOW QUERY_RESPONSE_TIME is available from MariaDB 10.1.1 as an alternative for retrieving the data.

Example

SELECT * FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.QUERY_RESPONSE_TIME;
+----------------+-------+----------------+
| TIME           | COUNT | TOTAL          |
+----------------+-------+----------------+
|       0.000001 |     0 |       0.000000 |
|       0.000010 |    17 |       0.000094 |
|       0.000100 |  4301         0.236555 |
|       0.001000 |  1499 |       0.824450 |
|       0.010000 | 14851 |      81.680502 |
|       0.100000 |  8066 |     443.635693 |
|       1.000000 |     0 |       0.000000 |
|      10.000000 |     0 |       0.000000 |
|     100.000000 |     1 |      55.937094 |
|    1000.000000 |     0 |       0.000000 |
|   10000.000000 |     0 |       0.000000 |
|  100000.000000 |     0 |       0.000000 |
| 1000000.000000 |     0 |       0.000000 |
| TOO LONG       |     0 | TOO LONG       |
+----------------+-------+----------------+

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