THIS TOPIC APPLIES TO: yesSQL Server (starting with 2012)noAzure SQL DatabasenoAzure SQL Data Warehouse noParallel Data Warehouse

Displays the time spent by a data flow component in each execution phase.

Column name Data type Description
phase_stats_id bigint Unique identifier (ID) of the phase.
execution_id bigint Unique ID for the instance of execution.
package_name nvarchar(260) The name of the first package that was started during execution.
task_name nvarchar(4000) The name of the data flow task.
subcomponent_name nvarchar(4000) The name of the data flow component.
phase nvarchar(128) The name of the execution phase.
start_time datetimeoffset(7) The time when the phase started.
end_time datetimeoffset(7) The time when the phase ended.
execution_path nvarchar(max) The execution path of the data flow task.


This view displays a row for each execution phase of a data flow component, such as Validate, Pre-Execute, Post-Execute, PrimeOutput, and ProcessInput. Each row displays the start and end time for a specific execution phase.


The following example uses the catalog.execution_component_phases view to find the total amount of time that a specific package has spent executing in all phases (active_time), and the total elapsed time for the package (total_time).


The catalog.execution_component_phases view provides this information when the logging level of the package execution is set to Performance or Verbose. For more information, see Enable Logging for Package Execution on the SSIS Server.

use SSISDB  
select package_name, task_name, subcomponent_name, execution_path,  
    SUM(DATEDIFF(ms,start_time,end_time)) as active_time,  
    DATEDIFF(ms,min(start_time), max(end_time)) as total_time  
from catalog.execution_component_phases  
where execution_id = 1841  
group by package_name, task_name, subcomponent_name, execution_path  
order by package_name, task_name, subcomponent_name, execution_path  


This view requires one of the following permissions:

  • READ permission on the instance of execution

  • Membership to the ssis_admin database role

  • Membership to the sysadmin server role


When you have permission to perform an operation on the server, you also have permission to view information about the operation. Row-level security is enforced; only rows that you have permission to view are displayed.