STL_ANALYZE - Amazon Redshift
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Records details for ANALYZE operations.

STL_ANALYZE is visible only to superusers. For more information, see Visibility of data in system tables and views.

Some or all of the data in this table can also be found in the SYS monitoring view SYS_ANALYZE_HISTORY. The data in the SYS monitoring view is formatted to be easier to use and understand. We recommend that you use the SYS monitoring view for your queries.

Table columns

Column name Data type Description
userid integer The ID of the user who generated the entry.
xid long The transaction ID.
database char(30) The database name.
table_id integer The table ID.
status char(15) The result of the analyze command. Possible values are Full, Skipped, and PredicateColumn.
rows double The total number of rows in the table.
modified_rows double The total number of rows that were modified since the last ANALYZE operation.
threshold_percent integer The value of the analyze_threshold_percent parameter.
is_auto char(1) The value is true (t) if the operation included an Amazon Redshift analyze operation by default. The value is false (f) if the ANALYZE command was run explicitly.
starttime timestamp The time in UTC that the analyze operation started running.
endtime timestamp The time in UTC that the analyze operation finished running.
prevtime timestamp The time in UTC that the table was previously analyzed.
num_predicate_cols integer The current number of predicate columns in the table.
num_new_predicate_cols integer The number of new predicate columns in the table since the previous analyze operation.
is_background character(1) The value is true (t) if the analysis was run by an automatic analyze operation. Otherwise, the value is false (f).
auto_analyze_phase character(100) Reserved for internal use.
schema_name char(128) The schema name for the table.
table_name char(136) The name of the table.

Sample queries

The following example joins STV_TBL_PERM to show the table name and execution details.

select distinct a.xid, trim( as name, a.status, a.rows, a.modified_rows, a.starttime, a.endtime from stl_analyze a join stv_tbl_perm t on where name = 'users' order by starttime; xid | name | status | rows | modified_rows | starttime | endtime -------+-------+-----------------+-------+---------------+---------------------+-------------------- 1582 | users | Full | 49990 | 49990 | 2016-09-22 22:02:23 | 2016-09-22 22:02:28 244287 | users | Full | 24992 | 74988 | 2016-10-04 22:50:58 | 2016-10-04 22:51:01 244712 | users | Full | 49984 | 24992 | 2016-10-04 22:56:07 | 2016-10-04 22:56:07 245071 | users | Skipped | 49984 | 0 | 2016-10-04 22:58:17 | 2016-10-04 22:58:17 245439 | users | Skipped | 49984 | 1982 | 2016-10-04 23:00:13 | 2016-10-04 23:00:13 (5 rows)