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KILL QUERY

Interrupt a queued query. Specify the query by using its session ID.
To see the queries in the queue, use the SHOW QUERIES command:
show queries;
query_session_id|current_status |executor_id|submitted |query_str |login_name|client_address |db_name|exec_device_type
713-t1ax |PENDING_QUEUE |0 |2021-08-03 ...|SELECT ... |John |http:::1 |omnisci|GPU
491-xpfb |PENDING_QUEUE |0 |2021-08-03 ...|SELECT ... |Patrick |http:::1 |omnisci|GPU
451-gp2c |PENDING_QUEUE |0 |2021-08-03 ...|SELECT ... |John |http:::1 |omnisci|GPU
190-5pax |PENDING_EXECUTOR |1 |2021-08-03 ...|SELECT ... |Cavin |http:::1 |omnisci|GPU
720-nQtV |RUNNING_QUERY_KERNEL|2 |2021-08-03 ...|SELECT ... |Cavin |tcp:::ffff:127.0.0.1:50142|omnisci|GPU
947-ooNP |RUNNING_IMPORTER |0 |2021-08-03 ...|IMPORT_GEO_TABLE|Rio |tcp:::ffff:127.0.0.1:47314|omnisci|CPU
To interrupt the last query in the list (ID 946-ooNP):
kill query '946-ooNP'
Showing the queries again indicates that 946-ooNP has been deleted:
show queries;
query_session_id|current_status |executor_id|submitted |query_str |login_name|client_address |db_name|exec_device_type
713-t1ax |PENDING_QUEUE |0 |2021-08-03 ...|SELECT ... |John |http:::1 |omnisci|GPU
491-xpfb |PENDING_QUEUE |0 |2021-08-03 ...|SELECT ... |Patrick |http:::1 |omnisci|GPU
451-gp2c |PENDING_QUEUE |0 |2021-08-03 ...|SELECT ... |John |http:::1 |omnisci|GPU
190-5pax |PENDING_EXECUTOR |1 |2021-08-03 ...|SELECT ... |Cavin |http:::1 |omnisci|GPU
720-nQtV |RUNNING_QUERY_KERNEL|2 |2021-08-03 ...|SELECT ... |Cavin |tcp:::ffff:127.0.0.1:50142|omnisci|GPU
  • KILL QUERY is only available if the runtime query interrupt parameter (enable-runtime-query-interrupt) is set.
  • Interrupting a query in ‘PENDING_QUEUE’ status is supported in both distributed and single-server mode.
  • To enable query interrupt for tables imported from data files in local storage, set enable_non_kernel_time_query_interrupt to TRUE. (It is enabled by default.)
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