Posted On: Nov 17, 2017
Starting today, Amazon Redshift allows Superusers to grant regular users access to all rows in selected system tables and views.
Previously, regular users who needed to perform cluster administration or trouble-shooting would have needed to alert a Superuser to request access to Amazon Redshift cluster log tables and views. Using this feature, regular users who have been granted the appropriate privileges can now access cluster log tables and views without delay, thus accelerating administration and trouble-shooting. For more information on granting regular users access to selected tables and views, refer to our documentation.
With the latest release, this feature is available in all AWS Public Regions.