Query details pane#

Query details are available in Starburst Insights for any query in the Query history pane. Click on a Query ID in the display to access the details for a particular query.

The Query details pane displays either general or advanced information about a specific query, depending on the selected tab. Use the Back button on the top right hand corner of the view to navigate to the query history.


The general view provides higher level information about the query processing.

Query text#

You can view the SQL statement submitted to the SEP cluster for processing, as well as access it in a separate larger dialog and copy the content.

Basic information#

The displayed meta data about the query processing includes the following information:

  • ID

  • User

  • Principal

  • User groups

  • Client

  • Client address

  • CPU time

  • Elapsed time

Query execution#

This graph displays performance and timing data about query processing.

Cluster resources#

The cluster resources view provides information about the cluster load during query processing. Query execution times are influenced by the available resources (CPU, memory), and the number of concurrent queries. This view provides you with the context necessary to interpret query execution figures.

The charts included in this view are similar to the ones on the cluster history pane. They additionally show the time range when the query ran as a highlighted area on the timeline.


The advanced view provides lower level details about the query processing.


The table shows a list of all tables accessed by the query including the following information:

  • Table

  • Schema

  • Catalog

  • Rows

  • Bytes

  • Read or write operation

Query plan#

The query plan used for processing the query on the cluster.

Execution details#

You can see the following timing and performance details about query processing on the cluster:

  • Elapsed time

  • CPU time

  • Parallelism

  • Active

  • Rows read

  • Bytes read

  • Rows written

  • Bytes written

  • Peak memory