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Records the occurrence, transaction ID, and other useful information when a schema quota is exceeded. This system table is a translation of STL_SCHEMA_QUOTA_VIOLATIONS.

r_SYS_SCHEMA_QUOTA_VIOLATIONS is visible to all users. Superusers can see all rows; regular users can see only their own data. For more information, see Visibility of data in system tables and views.

Table columns

Column name Data type Description
owner_id integer The ID of the schema owner.
user_id integer The ID of the user who generated the entry.
transaction_id bigint The transaction ID associated with the statement.
session_id integer The process ID associated with the statement.
schema_id integer The namespace or schema ID.
schema_name character (128) The namespace or schema name.
quota integer The amount of disk space (in MB) that the schema can use.
disk_usage integer The disk space (in MB) that is currently used by the schema.
record_time timestamp without time zone The time when the violation occurred.

Sample queries

The following query shows the result of a quota violation:

SELECT user_id, TRIM(schema_name) "schema_name", quota, disk_usage, record_time FROM sys_schema_quota_violations WHERE SCHEMA_NAME = 'sales_schema' ORDER BY timestamp DESC;

This query returns the following sample output for the specified schema:

user_id| schema_name | quota | disk_usage | record_time -------+--------------+-------+------------+---------------------------- 104 | sales_schema | 2048 | 2798 | 2020-04-20 20:09:25.494723 (1 row)