Parker, Matthew - IS 2013-04-17, 14:55
Keith Turner 2013-04-17, 15:11
You can use tracing to get fine-grained details about your query.
You turn on tracing, which gives you a trace id. That trace id is passed
through every request, generating time spans for many operations. These
spans are stored in the trace table.
You can view your the hierarchy of traces in the monitor under the Recent
Traces link. You can read the spans out of the trace table for a more
If you can do your query from the shell, you can turn on tracing, execute
your query and turn tracing off, and it will print the trace for you.
On Wed, Apr 17, 2013 at 10:55 AM, Parker, Matthew - IS <
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> Is there a way to collect statistics about how many tablet servers
> processed a query? Or any statistics for that matter?
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