Delayed-Insert Thread States in mysql
Delayed-Insert Thread States in mysql ,
States associated with a connection thread that processes an INSERT DELAYED statement from the client:
->allocating local table
The thread is preparing to feed rows to the delayed-insert handler thread.
->Creating delayed handler
The thread is creating a handler for DELAYED inserts.
->got handler lock
This occurs before the allocating local table state and after the waiting for handler lock state, when the connection thread gets access to the delayed-insert handler thread.
->got old table
This occurs after the waiting for handler open state. The delayed-insert handler thread has signaled that it has ended its initialization phase, which includes opening the table for delayed inserts.
->storing row into queue
The thread is adding a new row to the list of rows that the delayed-insert handler thread must insert.
->waiting for delay_list
This occurs during the initialization phase when the thread is trying to find the delayed-insert handler thread for the table, and before attempting to gain access to the list of delayed-insert threads.
->waiting for handler insert
An INSERT DELAYED handler has processed all pending inserts and is waiting for new ones.
->waiting for handler lock
This occurs before the allocating local table state when the connection thread waits for access to the delayed-insert handler thread.
->waiting for handler open
This occurs after the Creating delayed handler state and before the got old table state. The delayed-insert handler thread has just been started, and the connection thread is waiting for it to initialize.