Organization Query Monitor — Query Stats

The Query stats panel shows more detailed statistics about an individual query than the main table. The panel displays the following fields:

Organization Query Monitor Query Stats Panel

Figure 32. Organization Query Monitor Query Stats Panel


  • Age

    The time since the query was started. For a live query, this will show the time since the query was first executed.

  • Total Cost

    Overall cost of executing the query in the last 30 seconds. The query cost is calculated as a combination of the CPU and memory requirements for a given query, and can be used as a simply comparison cost value when comparing queries against each other. However, it is best to check the specific CPU and memory requirements to get an accurate idea of the resources being used.

  • Live Cost

    The live cost of executing the query during the last 30 seconds. The live cost the time spent processing active (not yet archived) data.

  • Static Cost

    The static cost of executing the query during the last 30 seconds. The static cost is a measure of the effort by the cluster to process historic (archived) data to perform the query.

  • Total Cost (last 30s)

    Total cost during the last 30 seconds.

  • Live Cost (last 30s)

    Live cost during the last 30 seconds.

  • Static Cost (last 30s)

    Static cost during the last 30 seconds.

  • Segments

    Number of segments loaded for this query.

  • Status

    The current status of the query. A Live query is one actively being processed, for example as part of a dashboard or automation. Static queries are queries that have finished executing within a search.

  • Static CPU

    CPU time spent fetching archived data to execute the query.

  • Static CPU (last 30s)

    CPU time spent fetching archived data to execute the query during the last 30 seconds.

  • Total Memory Allocation

    Total Memory allocated in order to complete the query.

  • Total Memory Allocation (last 30s)

    Total Memory allocated in order to complete the query in the last 30 seconds.

Where the statistic shows the last 30s, this is 30 seconds compared to the current time (not when the query executed). This can be used to monitor whether the memory allocation is increasing, or whether an active query is continuing to need additional memory.