|| at Apr 9, 2013 at 3:50 pm
There is a web interface for the impala daemon. You can access it through a
This will bring you to a status page with different tabs to view the number
of backends, the current queries, etc. You can click on the queries tab to
see your current query. The page won't constantly refresh so you won't see
the status updating in real time. You can refresh the page to see the
current status of your query.
Once the query finishes, you can view the query profile to get more
The look at the complete list of ports used by impala, you can find them
On Tue, Apr 9, 2013 at 5:27 AM, wrote:
Hello every one,
I excuted a query on Impala that spend a lot of time and I want to know
what do Impala do!!
I saw the log of Impala but no thing concerning the query that I excuted.
*How I can see what is the progress of the query (if possible in real
time) or at the end the log of execution??*