Removes a resource queue.
DROP RESOURCE QUEUE <queue_name>
This command removes a resource queue from Greenplum Database. To drop a resource queue, the queue cannot have any roles assigned to it, nor can it have any statements waiting in the queue. Only a superuser can drop a resource queue.
Use ALTER ROLE to remove a user from a resource queue.
To see all the currently active queries for all resource queues, perform the following query of the
pg_locks table joined with the
SELECT rolname, rsqname, locktype, objid, pid, mode, granted FROM pg_roles, pg_resqueue, pg_locks WHERE pg_roles.rolresqueue=pg_locks.objid AND pg_locks.objid=pg_resqueue.oid;
To see the roles assigned to a resource queue, perform the following query of the
pg_resqueue system catalog tables:
SELECT rolname, rsqname FROM pg_roles, pg_resqueue WHERE pg_roles.rolresqueue=pg_resqueue.oid;
Remove a role from a resource queue (and move the role to the default resource queue,
ALTER ROLE bob RESOURCE QUEUE NONE;
Remove the resource queue named
DROP RESOURCE QUEUE adhoc;
DROP RESOURCE QUEUE statement is a Greenplum Database extension.
Parent topic: SQL Command Reference