sstored - Oracle Solaris Statistics Store repository daemon
sstored is the repository daemon for the Oracle Solaris Statistics Store. sstored is invoked automatically during system startup, and restarted if any failures occur.
Any log messages are captured in the SMF log for svc:/system/sstore. Use the following command to view the full log file:
$ svcs -Lv svc:/system/sstore
Configuration for the system instance of sstored, svc:/system/sstore:default, is available as the following SMF properties.
The path where the sstored daemon stores the statistics data. If the repo-path is not set, the default location of /var/share/sstore is used.
The path to the door file where sstored server is listening on. If this property is not set, sstored uses the default door path.
The maximum size of the sstore repository in MB. sstored prunes statistics to keep under this limit.
The option that sets the debug level of the statistics store. all is currently the only option, though more granular debugging will be available in the future.
This option is used to enable or disable threshold monitoring. Set this to false to disable threshold monitoring.
See attributes(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:
Use the svcadm command to perform administrative actions on the sstored service, such as enabling, disabling, or restarting the service.
The sstored service is managed by the service management facility under the service identifier: svc:/system/sstore.