tadm enable-perfdump common_options [--uri=uri] --config=config_name --vs=vs_name
Use this command to enable the
perfdump utility. Perfdump is a Server Application Function (SAF) built into Oracle® Traffic Director that collects various pieces of performance data from the OTD internal statistics and displays them in ASCII text. The
perfdump output does not display all the statistics available through the command-line statistics or the Administrator Console.
You can use
perfdump even if the Administration Server is not running. You can view the
perfdump output through the CLI, which is enabled by default, or you can view the
perfdump output through a URI, which you have to enable. If you enable the URI, you must control access to the
perfdump URI, else it is visible to users. With
perfdump, the statistics are unified. Rather than monitoring a single process, statistics are multiplied by the number of processes, which provides you with an accurate view of the server as a whole.
For information about
common_options, run the help command.
Specify the URI at which the perfdump report should be available.
Specify the name of the configuration to enable perfdump.
Specify the name of the virtual server for which you want to enable perfdump.
tadm enable-perfdump --user=admin --password-file=./admin.passwd --host=admin.example.com --port=8989 --no-prompt --config=www.example.org --vs=soa.example.org
The following exit values are returned:
0: command executed successfully
>0: error in executing the command
For more information about exit codes and syntax notations, run the help command.