Determines whether the Lock Logger feature is enabled or disabled. The Lock Logger logs delays caused by blocked database locks, and can help identify lock conflicts.
- For more information on DBQL, see Teradata Vantage™ - Database Administration, B035-1093 and the BEGIN QUERY LOGGING statement in Teradata Vantage™ - SQL Data Definition Language Syntax and Examples, B035-1144.
- For more information on the Lock Viewer portlet, see Teradata® Viewpoint User Guide, B035-2206.
|TRUE||Enable the Lock Logger.|
|FALSE||Disable the Lock Logger.
If LockLogger is set to FALSE, the LockLogger Delay Filter, LockLogger Delay Filter Time, and LockLogSegmentSize DBS Control fields are ignored.
Changes Take Effect
After the next database restart.
Lock Logger runs as a background task, recording lock information in a table. Use the Lock Logger (dumplocklog) utility to create or designate a table to be used for storing lock log entries.
LockLogger is useful for troubleshooting problems such as determining whether locking conflicts are causing high overhead.
Some values in the lock log table represent internal IDs for the object on which the lock was requested. The lock log table defines the lock holder and the lock requester as transaction session numbers. The lock log table can be joined with the DBC.DBase, DBC.TVM, and DBC.EventLog tables to gain additional information about the object IDs and transaction session numbers.