|Subject||RE: [firebird-support] Re: Fwd: MON$STATE CPU usage|
> > The tracker referenced here is not clear on how the MON$STATEBut the case refers to reporting *CPU utilization/time* and the case details does not say what part of the case was implemented -- that needs to be clarified.
> > represents CPU usage.
> MON$STATE = 1 implies that the statement is executing inside the engine at
> the moment, so *supposedly* it consumes CPU (although it may be waiting
> for a lock, for example). In turn, MON$STATE = 0 and MON$STATE =
> 2 means that the statement is not being executed at the moment, so it
> cannot consume CPU.
> As simple as that, nothing more.