Is there a way to list running cypher queries in server?

Hello everyone,

I am using community edition 4.3.3. I started a long-time running query (graphsage training) from browser. Then my browser closed. When I am checking with "top" and "htop", process is still running. It is good, but there is way list running queries in the server ?

In addition is it possible to see query history ?

Thanks.

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Hello @ugurtosun and welcome to the Neo4j community :slight_smile:

I guess you are looking for CALL dbms.listQueries().

For the history, you can use :history

Regards,
Cobra

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@Cobra thanks a lot. In addition, I got the result that second row (graphsage train) is process investigated by me. I started yesterday, but still not completed. Is it normal for a graph consisting of (82,339,589) nodes and (219,521,164) edges.


It is a big graph :sweat_smile:

Have you allocated a good amount of RAM for the database?

Can we see the query and the configuration of GraphSAGE?

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Thanks a lot @Cobra . I am sharing the full config file becuase I am newbie for neo4j. I am open to any kind of suggestion to configure system sources. :smile: I have 48 core cpu (but community edition works for 4) and 500gb total RAM in the system (Normally I set 250gb heap memory in the config file, but now I comment out this config because of using all resources. I guess it is not wrong ).

query:

CALL gds.graph.create(
'derin',
{
Transaction: {
label: 'Transaction',
properties: ['trx_amount']
}
, Customer: {
label: 'Customer'
}
, GL_Branch: {
label: 'GL_Branch'
}
, Scenario: {
label: 'Scenario'
}
, Withdraw: {
label: 'Withdraw',
properties: ['trx_amount']
}
}, {
SENDS: {type: 'SENDS', orientation: 'UNDIRECTED'},
RECEIVES: {type: 'RECEIVES', orientation: 'UNDIRECTED'},
INSPECTS: {type: 'INSPECTS', orientation: 'UNDIRECTED'},
SERVING: {type: 'SERVING', orientation: 'UNDIRECTED'},
WITHDRAWS: {type: 'WITHDRAWS', orientation: 'UNDIRECTED'}
}
)


CALL gds.beta.graphSage.train(
'derin',
{
modelName: 'derin_model',
featureProperties: ['trx_amount'],
embeddingDimension: 16,
projectedFeatureDimension: 1
}
)

neo4j-config.txt (17.2 KB)

You should have a look at neo4j-admin memrec like in this post to know how to allocate ram.

For the train, you should test your configuration on a sample to make sure it is what you want. Since this is a large dataset, I think it is normal for training to take time.

Check also default values of the configuration, maybe you can play with some to reduce the time it takes.

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memrec command very informative. Thanks.

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