Categorizes the kstat type as bus, controller, device_error, disk, hat, kmem_cache, kstat, misc, net, nfs, pages, partition, rps, ufs, vm, or vmem.
Time at which the kstat was created. ks_crtime is commonly used in calculating rates of various counters.
Points to the data section for the kstat.
Total size of the data section in bytes.
The instance of the kernel module that created this kstat. ks_instance is combined with ks_module and ks_name to give the kstat a unique, meaningful name.
Unique ID for the kstat.
Identifies the kernel module that created this kstat. ks_module is combined with ks_instance and ks_name to give the kstat a unique, meaningful name. KSTAT_STRLEN sets the maximum length of ks_module.
A name assigned to the kstat in combination with ks_module and ks_instance. KSTAT_STRLEN sets the maximum length of ks_module.
Indicates the number of data records for those kstat types that support multiple records: KSTAT_TYPE_RAW, KSTAT_TYPE_NAMED, and KSTAT_TYPE_TIMER
Points to next kstat in the chain.
A reserved field.
The timestamp for the last data snapshot, useful in calculating rates.
The data type, which can be KSTAT_TYPE_RAW for binary data, KSTAT_TYPE_NAMED for name/value pairs, KSTAT_TYPE_INTR for interrupt statistics, KSTAT_TYPE_IO for I/O statistics, and KSTAT_TYPE_TIMER for event timers.