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Using Oracle® Solaris 11.4 StatsStore and System Web Interface

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Updated: November 2020
 
 

Sum, Difference, Product, and Quotient

The op.sum, op.difference, op.product, and op.quotient operations provide arithmetic operations across different SSIDs. Time stamps in the different SSIDs are matched.

The following example sums the number of interrupts for CPUs 0 and 2 at the specified time:

$ sstore export -t 2020-09-02T13:37:42 -e 2020-09-02T13:37:43 \
> //:class.cpu//:res.id///:s.[0,2]//:stat.interrupt-count
TIME                VALUE IDENTIFIER
2020-09-02T13:37:42 422910471.0 //:class.cpu//:res.id/0//:stat.interrupt-count
2020-09-02T13:37:43 422910685.0 //:class.cpu//:res.id/0//:stat.interrupt-count
2020-09-02T13:37:42 8792931.0 //:class.cpu//:res.id/2//:stat.interrupt-count
2020-09-02T13:37:43 8792936.0 //:class.cpu//:res.id/2//:stat.interrupt-count
$ sstore export -t 2020-09-02T13:37:42 -e 2020-09-02T13:37:43 \
> //:class.cpu//:res.id///:s.[0,2]//:stat.interrupt-count//:op.sum
TIME                VALUE IDENTIFIER
2020-09-02T13:37:42 431703402.0 //:class.cpu//:res.id///:s.[0,2]//:stat.interrupt-count//:op.sum
2020-09-02T13:37:43 431703407.0 //:class.cpu//:res.id///:s.[0,2]//:stat.interrupt-count//:op.sum

Different parts of a single partition are not multiple identifiers, as shown in the following example:

$ sstore export -t 2020-09-02T13:58:42 -e 2020-09-02T13:58:43 \
> //:class.cpu//:res.id/1//:stat.usage//:part.mode(user,kernel)
TIME                VALUE IDENTIFIER
2020-09-02T13:58:42  //:class.cpu//:res.id/1//:stat.usage//:part.mode(user,kernel)
                    kernel: 740559.213307
                    user: 173458.285965
$ sstore export -t 2020-09-02T13:58:42 -e 2020-09-02T13:58:43 \
> //:class.cpu//:res.id/1//:stat.usage//:part.mode(user,kernel)//:op.sum
Warning (//:class.cpu//:res.id/1//:stat.usage//:part.mode(user,kernel)//:op.sum) - 
//:op.sum does not support partition-type stats

The op.difference and op.quotient operations operate on the same statistic for exactly two different resources. Make sure you order the resource operands correctly.

$ sstore export -t 2020-09-02T13:37:42 -e 2020-09-02T13:37:43 \
> //:class.cpu//:res.id///:s.[0,2]//:stat.interrupt-count//:op.quotient
TIME                VALUE IDENTIFIER
2020-09-02T13:37:42 48.0966438835924 //:class.cpu//:res.id///:s.[0,2]//:stat.interrupt-count//:op.quotient
2020-09-02T13:37:43 48.096616533999565 //:class.cpu//:res.id///:s.[0,2]//:stat.interrupt-count//:op.quotient
$ sstore export -t 2020-09-02T13:37:42 -e 2020-09-02T13:37:43 \
> //:class.cpu//:res.id///:s.[2,0]//:stat.interrupt-count//:op.quotient
TIME                VALUE IDENTIFIER
2020-09-02T13:37:42 0.0207914714885364 //:class.cpu//:res.id///:s.[2,0]//:stat.interrupt-count//:op.quotient
2020-09-02T13:37:43 0.0207914833113697 //:class.cpu//:res.id///:s.[2,0]//:stat.interrupt-count//:op.quotient