It would be useful to configure this timeout value to suit our needs... ideally with an environment variable (AWS Environment Property). @brianspolarich + @AlexandraLouise can you check your ELB timeout? So a configurable timeout for questions would be great. @joshcrichman , could you create a new ticket with more detailed description of the problem you're observing? <. When you load all the data from a single large file, Amazon Redshift is forced to perform a serialized load, which is much slower. Michael Guidone March 28, 2018 21:27. Your queries have not been written for high performance or your cluster is too small. To solve this issue, we recommend changing the join to include only one numeric column of type Long for each join. @siddhant-mohan Hi, is this the property DATASET_TIMEOUT? the database queries run within 60 second duration The most common reason for this is queuing. IT is a bug in 5.2.2, will be fixed in 5.2.3 (fix is already in Early Access - https://dbeaver.io/files/ea). I just upgraded to 7.2. caveat) in this issue: — As many people mention, this is obviously an ongoing issue that bothers a lot. From: Christopher Bonitz So many times I get flagged by my DB Admins because some long running query would be running even though I would have thought that they got cancelled since I restarted DBeaver. Maybe this is a separate issue, but why do dashboards have their own timeout? This question is not answered. For example RStudio & jupyter notebook has the kernel running as seperate and that can be restarted as many times as you want without crashing the application itself. Title: Query Timeout Redshift console shows that the query has already been cancelled, but DBeaver is still stuck trying to cancel the query. Is the current behavior that all queries of all cards on a dashboard execute together as a batch, so that if one of them stalls, the whole dashboard fails? Query performance suffers when a large amount of data is stored on a single node. Can we open this ticket again, please? Great progress! We can't fix it from DBeaver side :(. I see thig bug in version 5.2.5 . Given that MySQL Workbench works fine in cancelling an active mysql query suggests Dbeaver might be improved. To mitigate this, Redshift has the option to enable “short query acceleration,” which allows queries with shorter historical runtimes to complete without waiting for longer queries to complete. I like this apps but some problems are very frustrating. In both cases it is okay to be slow (to up 15 minutes I would say), as long as the query eventually complete. Using a DataFusion as an input to another DataFusion. They just do not support query interruption at all. Unable to substitute : param not specified on 0.32.1, Remove 60 second timeout from BigQuery and Druid drivers, server thread pool and any timeouts or queuing there, any nginx (or elb timeouts) that occur when using our recommended Elastic Beanstalk, timeouts we're setting on the jdbc connection if any, any nginx (or elb timeouts) that occur when using our recommended. dashboards to be taking a long while to load in the first place :). This kind of issue over several versions and in 2020, really? That’s when the “Redshift queries taking too long” thing goes into effect. If someone could re-test, to see if this issue is still valid, it would be helpful I think. We are using a Redshift backend too. dbeaver-ce-7.0.0-x86_64. Price: Redshift vs BigQuery RedShift. ... Our load process takes too long. I merged them as new to created a working query using the data so I can then bring in information from about 8 … Posted on: Oct 16, 2019 8:53 AM : Reply: redshift. Also note that currently the frontend only enforces the 60 second timeout on dashboards, not in the query builder. So a couple things we should explicitly tackle (or at least document as a caveat) in this issue: For my example I sometimes want to run an adhoc query against user actions Dbeaver Version 7.1.1.202006211844 MySQL has this issue still. AlexandraLouise commented on Sep 28, 2016 • I'm seeing this problem as well with latest metabase version and manually configured ELB to 300 second timeout. Or possibly you are including far too many actions in a single query, remember to keep code simple. @kdoh + @mazameli Does this need any UX treatment aside from a input text box in the admin? +1 to this feature. What platform are you on? Same issue with dbeaver-ce-7.0.1-x86_64 on Ubunti 19.10. @brianspolarich @AlexandraLouise Just to confirm you're talking about timeouts on the query builder, not dashboards? The greater issue here is that if there is a valid long running query which you want to cancel, even if you close DBeaver and restart the app, the query still keeps getting executed on the database. Issue has been fixed in scope of 7.1.3 proxy_read_timeout 600; Redshift Distribution Keys determine where data is stored in Redshift. Now I decide to cancel the query in execution. I also had success canceling Make default dashboard query timeout of 60 seconds configurable. The query optimizer distributes less number of rows to the compute nodes to perform joins and aggregation on query execution. (Note that dashboards have a timeout of 60s that is not affected by this setting). On Apr 28, 2016 10:20 PM, "Sameer Al-Sakran" notifications@github.com Issue has been fixed in scope of 7.1.3. the elb idle time out is 300 seconds.. I think anyone facing this problem should try a stable native driver and see if it improves the situation. The main query references are out of scope. You can create a CSV file with some sample data using tools like Microsoft Excel, upload it in AWS S3 and load the data into a redshift table to create some sample data. Same issue with Redshift queries. First cost is high, second is about equal. Could see a case being made for this being a per-DB setting, but am inclined to keep it simple. Answer it to earn points. We ended up ruling out all the options except from the last: there is a potential deadlock. ***> wrote: In the case of Redshift, … I have more complete database for you to work with … a more typical, small, … but a more typical star schema data warehouse. Any SELECT query that Amazon Redshift supports. Just for example MySQL Workbench with the same query and same database cancels correctly. It is fixed in 7.2 with a workaround which is to close the connection if cancel request doesn't respond within a timeout period. Nested DataFusions. On one hand a dashboard full of cards that take 30 minutes to run is kinda useless as a dashboard, and will tend to have users hit "refresh" which exacerbates the problem. FYI my query takes 3 minutes to run usually. Even in the cases where query never gets to the database or has finished really quick there and for some reason Dbeaver does not get the error/resultset back before you click the "Cancel" button then it will keep showing that it is executing. If you close the connection then the blue arrows show the query as it were still executing: This is not a big deal, just a graphic bug. Can you look in your browser console to check the response of the request giving you the timeout. My queries take a while to return data, and Metabase killed it. Some drivers just don't support it. — Definitely was not for me Issue still persists in Version 7.0.0.202003021717. Usage notes. Honestly I've always had this issue but it wasn't until recently that the "cancel query" spun forever until I restart dbeaver, Same issue with: @archismandinda the initial issue here is not about getting the database session killed (as in the described case the VPN was not connected then the query never got to the database anyway; to get you database sessions killed then there are separate issues for that; also if in your case the sessions stay active on the database side then it might not be DBeavers fault - it might be also be in the JDBC driver, network issues etc.). You signed in with another tab or window. : This possibly indicates an overly complex query where it takes a lot of processing just to get the first row but once it has that it's not exponentially longer to complete the task. The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered: For reference the constant hardcoded to 60 seconds in question is DATASET_TIMEOUT. Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub This not-too-long blog post highlighted some of the straight forward ways to scale a Redshift cluster, by configuring the best WLM setup, leveraging query rules monitoring and improving query performances by limiting redistribution. I'm also using EBS on AWS. See, It said it was fixed in the 7.1.2 release notes. This is because Redshift spends a good portion of the execution plan optimizing the query. because I know my database and know how long questions should take to load. For some databases even restarting client application doesn't help. Will try it out for a week or so and report back. Sure, though it's exactly the same as the many other tickets already filed, By clicking “Sign up for GitHub”, you agree to our terms of service and (This suggestion comes with 1% of knowledge about dbeaver). Redshift query run times for unoptimized queries generally includes a long query optimization time and runs much faster if the same query is run frequently. would like to visualize some data from it before I create an extraction Already on GitHub? I was able to immediately cancel queries run against AWS Redshift. We’ll occasionally send you account related emails. @HelmiRifai , @mattau600 , would you mind providing a bit more context around your database setup, roughly how long your queries tend to run, and how you are using Metabase? I've gone either way on the issue over time. See above - still having issues with this using Redshift (and maybe others, since other people are still complaining). 0.15.x they were not, so the query would actually keep running, but To recap, this would apply to individual questions, not database cards. … So I won't be going through that in this video, … because it would take about a half an hour, … it would just take too long. See SELECT. to your account. If you run more than 5 concurrent queries, then later queries will need to wait in the queue. All of them have issues alongside with great functionality. with a table of a few billion rows. By clicking “Sign up for GitHub”, you agree to our terms of service and You may ask. to your account. It lets you upload rows stored in S3, EMR, DynamoDB, or … Force quiting DBeaver and restarting it solves the problem. The second query fails because it attempts to reference the HOLIDAYS table in the main query as well as in the SELECT list subquery. So lets just keep the issue here concentrated to the issue that if I hit the cancel button then the expected result is at least that I would not need to restart the DBeaver application. Redshift query performance analysis - Breaks in steps Posted by: jlek. I'm seeing the "your question took too long" response with the latest version installed using the recommended settings on AWS EBS today querying Redshift. Cancel works for PostgreSQL, MySQL, some Oracles and for some other databases. From what's been mentioned I can't currently think of anything that would warrant going beyond the established settings pattern. In this tutorial we will look at a diagnostic query designed to help you do just that. These stages don't have to be configurable. queries would take in the few minute range, usually a max of 5mins) and I If a question in the query builder is timing out it's because the database or backend is timing out. Cheers If you know your data, Redshift offers different ways of tuning both your queries and data structure to attain significant gains. Running 7.0.3.202004191823 on Ubuntu 18.04. Once started query will run until client session will be terminated by admin or server will be restarted. A view can be We need this configurable if we were to consider using Metabase seriously for our company. COPY loads data from a single file Split your load data into multiple files. Would be great if devs would acknowledge it. For the purposes of this comparison, we're not going to dive into Redshift Spectrum* pricing, but you can check here for those details. Ensuring High Availability / fault tolerance on Shard-query setup would be major task. I think that's the point of this issue. I am running metabase dcoker on aws ec2 with 80:3000 port configuration (without nginx and any app server). There was a default 5m timeout on ELB (AWS Elastic Load Balancer), then we also had a default 1m timeout in our Rancher Load Balancer. We store a lot of data in Redshift, and it's not a terribly fast DB, but for analytical access, it's perfectly okay to wait a few minutes for a result. Subject: Re: [dbeaver/dbeaver] Canceling the query takes forever (. Both error code and any text (including headers) are relevant, since it should point you to what exactly is doing the timeout (by giving a name of the service or specific text). Backup and restore will take a long time with shard-query. Hello, i use dbeaver for oracle database, but cancellation of query don't working. There is a little bug still. Same thing when working with local databases. Joining on too many columns. It's clearly not resolved in any way. It doesn't work for, e.g., Redshift, some Oracle, etc. Example: So it is not related to the database drivers and issues in those cases, just the Cancel button hangs and there is nothing else you can do with it than restart Dbeaver. CloudWatch can also monitor how long the database queries are running for with the QueryDuration metric. But if, at that point, you try to export a query to CSV it fails saying that you can't excecute simultaneous queries and you are not doing it. still broken interfacing with postgres 11 on AWS RDS, This is still happening on 6.2.5 with AWS Redshift as source, Same. Does anyone know if there are any workarounds like driver properties and timeouts that could be set to at least be able to get away with waiting a minute instead of force killing dbeaver? privacy statement. Again, there could be a lot of reasons why your load process is slow. Sent: Monday, September 7, 2020 2:11:51 PM Ideally, the global timeout would be configurable in the admin panel (or configured to have no timeout), and the user have several chances to kill a question if the query runs too long (along the lines of @salsakran, but not a social pressure thing). As soon as you start using your Amazon Redshift cluster in a production environment, you will experience a situation where an ad-hoc query that takes too long to complete might block some important queries that have to generate a report. We were getting a 504 Gateway Timeout error using Nginx as Proxy. Cc: andrewkp101 ; Comment Why is my BI report taking too long … If you try to cancel a long running query it will not cancel unless you close dbeaver. You must ensure that distkey is set properly, the COPY command is run properly, and your tables are vacuumed judiciously to ensure performance. Redshift Query Timeout - How to increase Receive Timeout on the connection Follow. With this capability, Amazon Redshift queries can now provide timely and up-to-date data from operational databases to drive better insights and decisions. It just hangs in a mutex. Some of your Amazon Redshift source’s tables might contain nested loops which will negatively impact your cluster’s performance by overloading the queue with queries that are taking long amounts of time to execute. Got it working with the addition of long timeouts in nginx config. RedshiftJDBC42-no-awssdk-1.2.45.1069.jar in play. I have had this same issue for many versions with queries run against AWS Issue still in latest stable build. Identifying Slow, Frequently Running Queries in Amazon Redshift Posted by Tim Miller Detecting queries that are taking unusually long or are run on a higher frequency interval are good candidates for query tuning. You can get to it by clicking on EC2 from the services list, going down to "Load Balancers" on the left hand pane, clicking on the load balancer beanstalk created, and scrolling down to "Attributes"? We’ll occasionally send you account related emails. Successfully merging a pull request may close this issue. According to Amazon Redshift documentation, there are various causes why a query can be hanging. Can you tell me what you're seeing in the UI and network inspector (specifically the /api/dataset requests). Also I haven't checked in 0.16.x but are timed out questions on the Long queries can hold up analytics by preventing shorter, faster queries from returning as they get queued up behind the long-running queries. #1749 (comment). Because of the massive amounts of data in Redshift, it can take a long time to execute complex queries to retrieve information from your clusters. Your team can use this metric to detect problematic queries and tackle them head-on. We use Redshift and have a view (built specifically for one of our Sisense models) that takes 2 minutes to respond after the Redshift connection is established. Post conversations, I think we should also change the timeout message in the following ways: Create 1-3 stages of "timeouts" The goal here is rather than providing an in-app harsh cutoff, we let social pressures force the conversation of how long is too long. See #3616 Still DBeaver is i general great tool, just then with its own issues. Instead, Redshift offers the COPY command provided specifically for bulk inserts. To get the most out of Redshift, your queries must be processed as fast as possible. definitely... what changes did you make to your nginx config? Another case is when we have occasional big queries aggregating rows from across a rather long time. I also had success canceling queries against AWS RDS MariaDB. I'm inclined to just use our standard pattern under "Settings -> General". Because on I accidentally hit execute query, later I came to know I didn't connect to VPN. Restarting DBeaver doesn't actually kill the query. I’m using EBS on AWS per the deployment instructions in the metabase docs. Just FYI, we managed to fix this ("Your question took too long" error) by checking timeouts all along the way. and I don't want to lose all the people that have commented here and @camsaul @brianspolarich found the solution! Hi @camsaul the database. Your queries start taking way too long, and you know that your data has become too large to be managed by a conventional database. Our use case is similar to @derekchan and @HelmiRifai - billions of rows for ad hoc exploratory queries that could take minutes to complete. To: dbeaver/dbeaver It reconnects You are receiving this because you were mentioned. Redshift's pricing model is extremely simple. If you’ve used Redshift for any period of time, you may have come across a situation where a query that used to run for two seconds starts running much slower. If you have any ideas or any workarounds on mind - please share or create a new ticket. Hi @camsaul I'm seeing the exact same thing as @brianspolarich - this will really change my life if we can somehow increase the timeout on this. Now I am running DBeaver 7.2.0 with RedshiftJDBC42-no-awssdk-1.2.45.1069.jar in play. For example RStudio & jupyter notebook has the kernel running as seperate and that can be restarted as many times as you want without crashing the application itself. @AlexandraLouise the front end (and I believe backend) shouldn't be timing out. Have a question about this project? I’m not experienced with EBS, ELB, etc. Would it be possible to crash only the connection if the query takes too long (or connection is on redshift database) and then restoring it? Would it be possible to crash only the connection if the query takes too long(or connection is on redshift database) and then restoring it? Clusters store data fundamentally across the compute nodes. But some other drivers (e.g. Are we going to receive any news from the developers? dbeaver-ce-6.3.5-x86_64 We should also make it clear the dashboard timeout doesn't change. Definitely still an issue for me. queries against AWS RDS MariaDB. How's the below sound? Your load operation can take too long for the following reasons; we suggest the following troubleshooting approaches. Confirmed cloud-66s observation that this bug still exists in 5.2.5. Let’s dive into Redshift configuration monitoring next. cancel queries run against AWS Redshift. This is getting timeout after 60 secs. @akbarumar88 there are many such tools around SQuirreL SQL Client, DbVisualizer, DataGrip etc. ***> wrote: metabase wouldn't give the result :D so selfish. Any help appreciated.. FYI, I checked out the code, but could not find any property related to DATASET_TIMEOUT.. Are there any updates on managing dataset timeouts for both questions and dashboards? With Amazon Redshift, when it comes to queries that are executed frequently, the subsequent queries are usually executed faster. [Postgresql] request cancellation does not work, https://github.com/notifications/unsubscribe-auth/AEMHLD43BHCK6WOTCWRUADTQKAADBANCNFSM4ET33KOQ, https://github.com/notifications/unsubscribe-auth/AGKDMCFWVRA3T3YVNIR6ZBLR435YDANCNFSM4ET33KOQ, https://github.com/notifications/unsubscribe-auth/AGKDMCB7ICWDDOJZRBVZAI3R45BCRANCNFSM4ET33KOQ, https://github.com/notifications/unsubscribe-auth/ANQPD575MBG67GLNB4SDMGTSETLZPANCNFSM4ET33KOQ, https://github.com/notifications/unsubscribe-auth/AGKDMCEH2NBE3FIZXYJEFMLSEYWJDANCNFSM4ET33KOQ. proxy_send_timeout 600; Sign in @agilliland has pretty strong feelings here =), BTW, now that I look at this, that DATASET_TIMEOUT constant doesn't actually cause the query to be cancelled on the backend, it just rejects the client-side promise after 60 seconds ¯\_(ツ)_/¯. Any chance of getting that moved into the beanstalk recipe? My DB is on VPN. elsewhere to show how relevant it is. This is a very annoying issue. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. @AlexandraLouise as of v0.18.0 we shouldn't be timing out queries on dashboards. These queries can complete within 5 min usually. At 10 seconds, display a "waiting" timeout, with the average execution time of the query as well as the max execution time We should either have the backend enforce the timeout (maybe a ?timeout= parameter on the /api/dataset endpoint) or actually abort the request and ensure the backend cancels the query when a request is aborted (if possible). I was supremely disappointed. Will the stages be configurable? tried setting it as an env variable in elastic bean stalk, but still same issue.. This information helps us a lot with understanding people's use cases when we are planning things out. i.e. I was able to immediately Amazon Redshift has an architecture that allows massively parallel processing using multiple nodes, reducing the load times. Hey Guys, Used to have the same issue (since I always connect to client systems through VPN) but in recent 7.2 the problem is gone. You should also bear the following list of various points in mind when designing your data warehouse: Generally query cancel support is provided by database driver. Well, you have launched a perfect Redshift Cluster with the right configuration settings. Redshift) don't allow to disconnect when a query is running. This is still broken on 6.2.3, very annoying. Any action here? Thanks in advance :). How can I increase the timeout? I'd imagine it would live under general as part of the overall instance settings? aggregation job that will produce a table suitable for a dashboard question. It’s at this point that you start looking for a way to keep your data organized and make it easily accessible for analytics and reporting — a data warehouse. However, long-running queries are not the only thing your team should monitor. send_timeout 600; @salsakran my cards now generate without a timeout which is great - only issue is the dashboard which times out after 60 seconds :( Is there anywhere I can change this time out duration? It's long awaited now. On Tue, 17 Sep 2019, 3:42 am Serge Rider, ***@***. Now what? You are receiving this because you were mentioned. [image: image.png], On Wed, Jul 22, 2020 at 10:04 AM uslss ***@***. I don't believe we intentionally time out queries anywhere, but certain platforms (Heroku, etc) have load balancers that might timeout a request. When I ask a question, it attempts to run the query and then times out. To get the best possible performance, the Redshift query optimizer intelligently distributes as much work as … What is a Data Warehouse? Issue still persis in 7.0.3 it was really annoyying, do you guys have another recommendations for multi DBMS Database tool? In database parlance, Redshift is read-optimized while MySQL is (comparatively) write-optimized.MySQL can effectively load small volumes of data more frequently. On the other hand, there are situations where a collection of cards is really more of a heavy report or exploration than a real "dashboard". Have a question about this project? #4217. I've made that change - but it still is automatically timing out after 60 seconds. #9121. I'm using Metabase to query a read replica of our production db, but some queries take longer than 60 seconds. Node-locked licenses are tied to a specific machine but are rehostable, that is they can be transferred from 1 machine to another using the Redshift licensing tool.Transferring a license requires a working internet connection on both the source and target of the transfer at the time of the license transfer. Please help. You signed in with another tab or window. The table is on Redshift (some sample privacy statement. Can we please un-close this issue? We don't have direct control over that in the beanstalk recipe unfortunately. A seperate timeout for dashboards as well would be useful, I don't want my Already on GitHub? On Wed, Jul 22, 2020 at 3:06 PM uslss ***@***. it was not fixed in 5.2.3, i don't see any imrovements. Why do my queries take longer time to run? If the DataFusion is nested 3 deep or more, move those inputs into the same DataFusion, if possible. If that's 60s, it's likely that the ELB is the root cause of the timeout. ***> wrote: I try to even open a query and it takes forever, like go take a nap sort of long. For drivers which don't support cancel we wait several seconds and then try to disconnect. I can still see this process "Sending data". The default configuration for Redshift is a single queue with a concurrency of 5. Maybe the defaults included in the application package are too low for our scenarios? ... You can read up about query offload to Spectrum in our blog post Query Offload with Redshift … If you want to insert many rows into a Redshift table, the INSERT query is not a practical option because of its slow performance. Description: The time in seconds before a data warehouse queries times out. I'm certain there are other scenarios where reducing/increasing the timeout might prove helpful. … We can't perform cancel on client side. Still happening in 5.3.4 (Feb 3, 2019 release), Same problem here with Oracle Database on Dbeaver 6.1.1.201906240635. On the other hand, loading data into Redshift requires great care. August 4, 2020, I got this issue. Thank you very much! This is useful not for dashboard per se but for when someone wants to do some advanced/big question that doesn't have pre-aggregated data for example. Think it mainly comes from the idea that a dashboard should be something that comes up reasonably quickly and can be refreshed. 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