wait events per thread+statement
Posted by: Yossi Nixon
Date: April 18, 2022 10:21AM

I am trying to understand why I am not catching the total waits performed by the combination of statements+thread(wait)
Any idea what is wrong with using my query?
(I already enabled the relevant instrumentation and consumers)
Mysql 5.x

select t.thread_id,
wc.event_name AS wait_event_name,
wh.event_name AS last_wait_event_name,
wc.operation AS wait_operation,
s.timer_wait AS statement_time,
wc.timer_wait AS wait_time, # IN picoseconds (trillionths of a second)
wh.timer_wait AS last_wait_time,
FROM performance_schema.threads t
INNER JOIN performance_schema.events_statements_current s
ON s.thread_id = t.thread_id
INNER JOIN performance_schema.events_waits_current AS wc
ON wc.thread_id = s.thread_id
LEFT JOIN performance_schema.events_waits_history wh
ON wc.thread_id = wh.thread_id
AND wc.nesting_event_id = wh.nesting_event_id
t.processlist_command not in ('Connect')
AND s.event_id is not null
AND t.processlist_id != connection_id()
AND s.sql_text is not null;

If I filter out processlist_command != 'Sleep' I miss many queries (I run this query every second and gather all information)

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