Statistics Server Parameters

Set general parameters to configure machine information, time display options, and data storage locations.

ActionEvent

Set this parameter to True to enable the Event action.

Type: Boolean
Default: False
Required: No
Configuration Section: [Server]
Example: ActionEvent=True
See Also: Event

DateString 

Set this parameter to False to display time in Epoch time, or True to display time in YYYY-MM-DD format.

Type: Boolean
Default: False
Required: No
Configuration Section: [Server]
Example: DateString=True

EventClients

Specify the IP addresses or host names of machines that are permitted to send events to the Statistics Server. Separate multiple values with a comma.

Type: String
Default: 127.0.0.1
Required: No
Configuration Section: [Server]
Example: EventClients=*.*.*.*

EventField

Specify the field in the XML event that contains the name of the IDOL Server. Use this parameter if you are using multiple IDOL Servers.

Type: String
Default: None
Required: No
Configuration Section: [IDOLStatistics]
Example: EventField=idolname
See also:

IDOLName

Number

EventPort

Specify the number of the port that receives events.

Type: Integer
Default: None
Required: No
Configuration Section: [Server]
Example: EventPort=19871

EventThreads

Specify the number of event threads.

Type: Integer
Default: 8
Required: No
Configuration Section: [Server]
Example: EventThreads=80

ExternalClock

The ExternalClock parameter determines when Statistics Server begins recording events. If you do not use this parameter, the server begins recording events as soon as it starts. If you set a value (in seconds), the Statistics Server uses that value as a timestamp for each statistic. The first time the server receives an XML event with a <timestamp> value equal to or greater than the ExternalClock value, it begins recording statistics from that point onward. Each subsequent event must have a <timestamp> value greater than the previous one to be recorded.

NOTE:

To use ExternalClock, configure a <timestamp> field in the XML events. For more information, see Create XML Events.

Type: Integer
Default: 0
Required: No
Configuration Section: [Server]
Example: ExternalClock=100

History 

Specify the directory in which statistical results are stored.

Type: String
Default: ./history
Required: No
Configuration Section: [Path]
Example: History=./results

IDOLName

Specify the name of the IDOL component from which the statistic is received. Set this parameter if you are using multiple IDOL components.

NOTE:

To use IDOLName, you must configure a field that contains the name of the IDOL component in the XML events. For more information, see Create XML Events.

Type: String
Default: None
Required: No
Configuration Section: [MyStatistic]
Example: IDOLName=IDOL1
See also:

EventField

Number

Main

Specify the directory in which database files are stored. The database files contain information about the fields defined in the Statistics server configuration file.

Type: String
Default: ./main
Required: No
Configuration Section: [Path]
Example: Main=./dbfiles

Number

Specify the number of IDOL components from which to measure statistics. Set this parameter if you are using multiple IDOL components.

Type: Integer
Default: None
Required: No
Configuration Section: [IDOLStatistics]
Example: Number=2
See also:

EventField

IDOLName

Port

Specify the Statistics server ACI port number.

Type: Integer
Default: None
Required: Yes
Configuration Section: [Server]
Example: Port=19873

SafeModeActivated

Set this parameter to True to activate safe mode. See Preserve Data during Service Interruptions.

Type: Boolean
Default: False
Required: No
Configuration Section: [Server]
Example: SafeModeActivated=True

StatLifetime

Specify how long you want to keep statistical data stored on disk. After the specified time period has elapsed, all statistical data is removed. You can specify the period that you want to elapse before deleting statistical data by using the following format:

<number><timeUnit>

where <number> is the number of time units that you want to elapse, and <timeUnit> is the time unit to specify. The following units are available:

If you do not specify a timeUnit, Statistics Server reads the specified number as seconds. You can also enter -1 for an unlimited time (no data is deleted).

Type: String
Default: -1 (no data is deleted)
Required: No
Configuration Section: [Server]
Example: StatLifetime=1week

TemplateDirectory

Specify the directory that contains an XSL template file, used for reporting.

Type:

String

Default:

None

Required:

No

Configuration Section:

[Paths]

Example:

TemplateDirectory=C:\IDOL\IDOLServer\IDOL\templates

Threads

Specify the number of ACI threads.

Type: Integer
Default: 4
Required: No
Configuration Section: [Server]
Example: Threads=100

XSLTemplates

Set this parameter to True to enable XSL reporting.

Type: Boolean
Default: False
Required: No
Configuration Section: [Server]
Example: XSLTemplates=True

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