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Explanations on the Time Return in Queries

Explanations on the Time Return in Queries

nebula> GO FROM 101 OVER follow
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| follow._dst |
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| 100         |
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| 102         |
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| 125         |
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Got 3 rows (Time spent: 7431/10406 us)

Taking the above query as an example, the number 7431 in Time spent is the time spent by the database itself, that is, the time it takes for the query engine to receive a query from the console, fetch the data from the storage and perform a series of calculation ; the number 10406 is the time spent from the client’s perspective, that is, the time it takes for the console from sending a request and receiving a response to displaying the result on the screen.