Parameter and Command Reference > Service Actions > GetStatistics  

GetStatistics  
The GetStatistics action returns statistics for the service.
Each statistic returns in an autn:stat XML element. This element contains the following attributes:
 
*
0 String
*
1 Bytes
*
2 Bytes per second
*
3 per second
*
4 percent
*
5 count
*
6 number
*
7 timestamp
*
8 seconds
*
9 milliseconds
*
10 maximum
For example:
<autn:stat class="Service" autnid="Statistics" name="24HourRequestsPerSecond" metric="3" value="8.5" />
In this example, the statistic 24hourRequestsPerSecond has a value of 8.5 per second.
The following statistics return for all servers:
 
The average service response time (in milliseconds) measured over the last 10 seconds.
The average service response time (in milliseconds) measured over the last 60 seconds.
The average service response time (in milliseconds) from the time the last 10 second period finished to the current time.
The number of requests to the service per second from the time the last 10 second period finished to the current time.
The highest number of requests to the service from the time the last 10 second period finished to the current time.
The number of requests to the service from the time the last 10 second period finished to the current time.
The following statistics return for specific components:
 
The total number of document sections that the IDOL Server contains including document sections that have been deleted.
The total number of databases including empty databases and databases that have been deleted.
[Action:ActionName]
The total number of ActionName actions that were sent to the service.
The number of connections that were rejected because they contained an invalid index code.
The number of actions that the service received to the index port that were not valid index actions.
The number of CommandName index actions that were run.
[Command:CommandName]
The average duration (in ms) of CommandName index actions.
The shortest duration (in ms) of CommandName index actions.
The longest duration (in ms) of CommandName index actions.
The number of index actions that were rejected because the configured maximum allowed index size was exceeded.
The number of index actions that were rejected because they contained an invalid parameter or parameter value.
The number of index actions that were rejected because there were insufficient file handles.
The number of POST index actions that were rejected because their data termination was incorrect.
The number of documents that were re-indexed because an ACLType or Index field had changed.
The number of index actions that have been processed (the number displayed includes any index action that is currently being processed).
The number of documents that have been processed (the number displayed includes any document that is currently being processed).
[TaskName]
Example
action=GetStatistics
Parameters
None.