|Oracle® Traffic Director Administrator's Guide
11g Release 1 (188.8.131.52.0)
Part Number E21036-04
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If you enable URI access to statistics as described in Section 13.3, you can access the
perfdump reports through a browser by using the following URL:
port are the IP address (or host name) and port number of the virtual server for which you enabled URI access to statistics.
uri is the location that you specified while enabling URI access. Note that if a virtual server is associated with multiple listeners, you can use the address
host:port of any of the listeners to access the URI-based reports.
For example, if
/perfdump is the configured URI for the plain-text report for the virtual server
soa.example.com:1904, the URL that you should use to access the report would be the following:
In the URL, you can also specify the interval, in seconds, after which the browser should refresh the
perfdump report automatically, as shown in the following example:
/stats-xml is the configured URI for the XML report for the virtual server
soa.example.com:1904, the URL that you should use to access the XML report would be the following:
You can limit the data that the XML report provides by specifying a URL query string indicating the elements that should not be displayed. If you do not include a query string, all the elements in the XML report are displayed.
For example, the query string specified in the following URL suppresses display of the
server-pool elements in the XML report.
The following list shows the hierarchy of elements in the statistics XML report. Note that when you opt to suppress an element in the report, the child elements of that element are also suppressed.
server connection-queue thread-pool profile (if profiling is enabled) process connection-queue-bucket thread-pool-bucket dns-bucket keepalive-bucket compression-bucket decompression-bucket thread request-bucket profile-bucket virtual-server request-bucket profile-bucket server-pool origin-server-bucket cache-bucket cpu-info