I want to figure out how long PostgreSQL spends waiting for locks during a period of time (during this period of time, many requests are served by PostgreSQL).
What I know
PostgreSQL system table
pg_locks show some information. Like:
SELECT * FROM pg_locks pl LEFT JOIN pg_stat_activity psa ON pl.pid = psa.pid;
But I still cannot figure out how long it spends on locks.
Why I am asking this question
I find when I increase the concurrency of PostgreSQL, (e.g., increase parallel worker per gather, max parallel workers or some other configurations), my 100-second multi-threaded TPC-C-like workload gets slower (i.e., lower throughput). So I want to figure out if this is because of too much contention.
For SQL Server: How can I view how long a query has spent waiting for locks, without a profiler?