GetStatistics

The GetStatistics action returns statistics for the service.

NOTE:

This is a status action that can be sent only from ServiceStatusClients (which are set in the [Service] section of the configuration file).

Each statistic returns in an autn:stat XML element. This element contains the following attributes:

class The group that the statistic belongs to. For example, Service.
autnid The subgroup that the statistic belongs to. For example, Documents.
name The name of the statistic.
metric

The type of statistic. This can have one of the following values:

  • 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
  • 11 megabytes
value The value of the statistic.

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:

Class Statistic Description
[Service] Class
[Statistics]  
  ServiceDuration The number of seconds the service has been running.
  10SecondResponseAverage The average service response time (in milliseconds) measured over the last 10 seconds.
  10SecondRequestsPerSecond The number of requests to the service per second in the last 10 seconds.
  10SecondRequests The number of requests to the service in the last 60 seconds.
  60SecondResponseAverage The average service response time (in milliseconds) measured over the last 60 seconds.
  60SecondRequestsPerSecond The number of requests to the service per second in the last 60 seconds.
  60SecondPeakRequestsPerSecond The highest number of requests to the service over any 60 second period.
  60SecondRequests The number of requests to the service in the last 60 seconds.
  1HourResponseAverage The average service response time (in milliseconds) measured over the last hour.
  1HourRequestsPerSecond The number of requests to the service per second in the last hour.
  1HourPeakRequestsPerSecond The highest number of requests to the service over any 1 hour period.
  1HourRequests The number of requests to the service in the last hour.
  24HourResponseAverage The average service response time (in milliseconds) measured over the last 24 hours.
  24HourRequestsPerSecond The number of requests to the service per second in the last 24 hours.
  24HourPeakRequestsPerSecond The highest number of requests to the service over any 24 hour period.
  24HourRequests The number of requests to the service in the last 24 hours.
  RecentResponseAverage The average service response time (in milliseconds) from the time the last 10 second period finished to the current time.
  RecentRequestsPerSecond The number of requests to the service per second from the time the last 10 second period finished to the current time.
  RecentPeakRequestsPerSecond The highest number of requests to the service from the time the last 10 second period finished to the current time.
  RecentRequests The number of requests to the service from the time the last 10 second period finished to the current time.
  TotalRequests The total number of requests that were made to the service.

The following statistics return for specific components:

Class Statistic Description
[ACI] Class
[Action:ActionName]
  Count The total number of ActionName actions that were sent to the service.
  Avg.Duration The average duration (in ms) of ActionName actions.
  Shortest The shortest duration (in ms) of ActionName actions.
  Longest The longest duration (in ms) of ActionName actions.
  Avg.ResponseSize The average size of responses (in bytes) for ActionName actions.
  Min.ResponseSize The minimum size of a response (in bytes) for ActionName actions.
  Max.ResponseSize The maximum size of a response (in bytes) for ActionName actions.
[Licensing] Class
[Users]
  Maximum The maximum number of users that can be set up for this service.
[Statistics] Class
[Users]
  Users The number of users that has been set up for this service.

Example

action=GetStatistics

Parameters

None.


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