etracestat - report end-to-end tracing statistics
etracestat show-server [-c] [[-p] [-o field[,...]] [interval [count]]
etracestat show-client [[-p] [-o field[,...]] [interval [count]]
etracestat help [subcommand-name]
The etracestat command reports runtime end-to-end tracing statistics.
The interval at which the output is updated is specified through the optional <interval> argument. The optional <count> argument can also be used to specify the number of updates which should be printed by the command before it terminates.
Every subcommand supports the following set of options:
If specified, lists the statistics fields which should be displayed. The fields supported by each subcommand are listed below.
Displays output in a stable and machine-parseable format. The –o option is required with along with –p option.
etracestat supports the following command forms:
Displays the server statistics. The output depends on the options specified. The following fields are supported by this subcommand:
Total number of event received.
Total number of events which were discarded because they were corrupted.
Amount of event data in bytes received by server.
Number of events dropped by server due to overload condition.
Total number of traces assembled.
Traces which failed to be assembled, for example due to missing events.
IP address of the tracing client.
When the –c option is specified, the command displays a per-client breakdown of the statistics. Only the CLIENT, TRACES, and TRACESERR fields are supported with that option.
When the –o option is not specified, only the EVENTS, TRACES, and TRACESERR traces are displayed.
Displays the client statistics. The following fields are supported by this subcommand:
Total number of events sent to the server.
Amount of event data in bytes sent by client.
Displays all the etracestat supported subcommands or usage for the given subcommand. If you invoke help for a specific subcommand, the command syntax is displayed, along with an example. Using etracestat help without any argument displays all the subcommands.
The following command displays the server statistics.
# etracestat show-server SERVER TRACES TRACESERR EVENTS EVENTSDROPPED local 181230 12 4884988 0Example 2 Displaying the Server Per-Client Statistics
The following command displays the server per-client statistics.
# etracestat show-server -c SERVER CLIENT EVENTS EVENTSERR EVENTSDROPPED local 192.168.1.10 1547340 0 0 local 192.168.1.10 3337668 0 0Example 3 Displaying the Client Statistics
The following command displays the client statistics.
# etracestat show-client CLIENT EVENTS local 0
See attributes(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:
Screen output is Uncommitted. The invocation is Committed.