|Subject||RES: [firebird-support] object is in use|
|Author||Fabiano - Desenvolvimento SCI|
Maybe this can help:
SELECT st.mon$statement_id as "Statement ID",
st.mon$attachment_id as "Attachment ID",
st.mon$transaction_id "Transaction ID",
when st.mon$state = 0 then 'IDLE'
when st.mon$state = 1 then 'ACTIVE'
end as "State",
st.mon$timestamp "Started At",
st.mon$sql_text "Statement Text",
r.mon$record_seq_reads as "Non-indexed Reads",
r.mon$record_idx_reads as "Indexed Reads",
r.mon$record_inserts as "Records Inserted",
r.mon$record_updates as "Records Updated",
r.mon$record_deletes as "Records Deleted",
r.mon$record_backouts as "Records Backed Out",
r.mon$record_purges as "Records Purged",
r.mon$record_expunges as "Records Expunged",
io.mon$page_reads as "Page Reads",
io.mon$page_writes as "Page Writes",
io.mon$page_fetches as "Page Fetches",
io.mon$page_marks as "Page Marks"
FROM mon$statements st
left join mon$record_stats r on (st.mon$stat_id = r.mon$stat_id)
left join mon$io_stats io on (st.mon$stat_id = io.mon$stat_id)
order by st.mon$timestamp
IBExpert shows the message:
lock conflict on no wait transaction
unsuccessful metada update
object MY_PROCEDURE is in use
How can I see 'who' is using the procedure?