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NAME

       ctdb-statistics - CTDB statistics output

OVERALL STATISTICS

       CTDB maintains information about various messages communicated and some of the important
       operations per node. See the ctdb(1) commands statistics and statisticsreset for
       displaying statistics.

   Example: ctdb statistics
           CTDB version 1
           Current time of statistics  :                Fri Sep 12 13:32:32 2014
           Statistics collected since  : (000 01:49:20) Fri Sep 12 11:43:12 2014
            num_clients                        6
            frozen                             0
            recovering                         0
            num_recoveries                     2
            client_packets_sent           281293
            client_packets_recv           296317
            node_packets_sent             452387
            node_packets_recv             182394
            keepalive_packets_sent          3927
            keepalive_packets_recv          3928
            node
                req_call                   48605
                reply_call                     1
                req_dmaster                23404
                reply_dmaster              24917
                reply_error                    0
                req_message                  958
                req_control               197513
                reply_control             153705
            client
                req_call                  130866
                req_message                  770
                req_control               168921
            timeouts
                call                           0
                control                        0
                traverse                       0
            locks
                num_calls                    220
                num_current                    0
                num_pending                    0
                num_failed                     0
            total_calls                   130866
            pending_calls                      0
            childwrite_calls                   1
            pending_childwrite_calls             0
            memory_used                   334490
            max_hop_count                     18
            total_ro_delegations               2
            total_ro_revokes                   2
            hop_count_buckets: 42816 5464 26 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
            lock_buckets: 9 165 14 15 7 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
            locks_latency      MIN/AVG/MAX     0.000685/0.160302/6.369342 sec out of 214
            reclock_ctdbd      MIN/AVG/MAX     0.004940/0.004969/0.004998 sec out of 2
            reclock_recd       MIN/AVG/MAX     0.000000/0.000000/0.000000 sec out of 0
            call_latency       MIN/AVG/MAX     0.000006/0.000719/4.562991 sec out of 126626
            childwrite_latency MIN/AVG/MAX     0.014527/0.014527/0.014527 sec out of 1

   CTDB version
       Version of the ctdb protocol used by the node.

   Current time of statistics
       Time when the statistics are generated.

       This is useful when collecting statistics output periodically for post-processing.

   Statistics collected since
       Time when ctdb was started or the last time statistics was reset. The output shows the
       duration and the timestamp.

   num_clients
       Number of processes currently connected to CTDB's unix socket. This includes recovery
       daemon, ctdb tool and samba processes (smbd, winbindd).

   frozen
       1 if the the databases are currently frozen, 0 otherwise.

   recovering
       1 if recovery is active, 0 otherwise.

   num_recoveries
       Number of recoveries since the start of ctdb or since the last statistics reset.

   client_packets_sent
       Number of packets sent to client processes via unix domain socket.

   client_packets_recv
       Number of packets received from client processes via unix domain socket.

   node_packets_sent
       Number of packets sent to the other nodes in the cluster via TCP.

   node_packets_recv
       Number of packets received from the other nodes in the cluster via TCP.

   keepalive_packets_sent
       Number of keepalive messages sent to other nodes.

       CTDB periodically sends keepalive messages to other nodes. See KeepaliveInterval tunable
       in ctdb-tunables(7) for more details.

   keepalive_packets_recv
       Number of keepalive messages received from other nodes.

   node
       This section lists various types of messages processed which originated from other nodes
       via TCP.

       req_call
           Number of REQ_CALL messages from the other nodes.

       reply_call
           Number of REPLY_CALL messages from the other nodes.

       req_dmaster
           Number of REQ_DMASTER messages from the other nodes.

       reply_dmaster
           Number of REPLY_DMASTER messages from the other nodes.

       reply_error
           Number of REPLY_ERROR messages from the other nodes.

       req_message
           Number of REQ_MESSAGE messages from the other nodes.

       req_control
           Number of REQ_CONTROL messages from the other nodes.

       reply_control
           Number of REPLY_CONTROL messages from the other nodes.

   client
       This section lists various types of messages processed which originated from clients via
       unix domain socket.

       req_call
           Number of REQ_CALL messages from the clients.

       req_message
           Number of REQ_MESSAGE messages from the clients.

       req_control
           Number of REQ_CONTROL messages from the clients.

   timeouts
       This section lists timeouts occurred when sending various messages.

       call
           Number of timeouts for REQ_CALL messages.

       control
           Number of timeouts for REQ_CONTROL messages.

       traverse
           Number of timeouts for database traverse operations.

   locks
       This section lists locking statistics.

       num_calls
           Number of completed lock calls. This includes database locks and record locks.

       num_current
           Number of scheduled lock calls. This includes database locks and record locks.

       num_pending
           Number of queued lock calls. This includes database locks and record locks.

       num_failed
           Number of failed lock calls. This includes database locks and record locks.

   total_calls
       Number of req_call messages processed from clients. This number should be same as client
       --> req_call.

   pending_calls
       Number of req_call messages which are currenly being processed. This number indicates the
       number of record migrations in flight.

   childwrite_calls
       Number of record update calls. Record update calls are used to update a record under a
       transaction.

   pending_childwrite_calls
       Number of record update calls currently active.

   memory_used
       The amount of memory in bytes currently used by CTDB using talloc. This includes all the
       memory used for CTDB's internal data structures. This does not include the memory mapped
       TDB databases.

   max_hop_count
       The maximum number of hops required for a record migration request to obtain the record.
       High numbers indicate record contention.

   total_ro_delegations
       Number of readonly delegations created.

   total_ro_revokes
       Number of readonly delegations that were revoked. The difference between total_ro_revokes
       and total_ro_delegations gives the number of currently active readonly delegations.

   hop_count_buckets
       Distribution of migration requests based on hop counts values. Buckets are 1, < 4, < 8, <
       16, < 32, < 64, < 128, < 256, < 512, ≥ 512.

   lock_buckets
       Distribution of record lock requests based on time required to obtain locks. Buckets are <
       1ms, < 10ms, < 100ms, < 1s, < 2s, < 4s, < 8s, < 16s, < 32s, < 64s, ≥ 64s.

   locks_latency
       The minimum, the average and the maximum time (in seconds) required to obtain record
       locks.

   reclock_ctdbd
       The minimum, the average and the maximum time (in seconds) required to check if recovery
       lock is still held by recovery daemon when recovery mode is changed. This check is done in
       ctdb daemon.

   reclock_recd
       The minimum, the average and the maximum time (in seconds) required to check if recovery
       lock is still held by recovery daemon during recovery. This check is done in recovery
       daemon.

   call_latency
       The minimum, the average and the maximum time (in seconds) required to process a REQ_CALL
       message from client. This includes the time required to migrate a record from remote node,
       if the record is not available on the local node.

   childwrite_latency
       Default: 0

       The minimum, the average and the maximum time (in seconds) required to update records
       under a transaction.

DATABASE STATISTICS

       CTDB maintains per database statistics about important operations. See the ctdb(1) command
       dbstatistics for displaying database statistics.

   Example: ctdb dbstatistics notify_index.tdb
           DB Statistics: notify_index.tdb
            ro_delegations                     0
            ro_revokes                         0
            locks
                total                        131
                failed                         0
                current                        0
                pending                        0
            hop_count_buckets: 9890 5454 26 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
            lock_buckets: 4 117 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
            locks_latency      MIN/AVG/MAX     0.000683/0.004198/0.014730 sec out of 131
            Num Hot Keys:     3
                Count:7 Key:2f636c75737465726673
                Count:18 Key:2f636c757374657266732f64617461
                Count:7 Key:2f636c757374657266732f646174612f636c69656e7473

   DB Statistics
       Name of the database.

   ro_delegations
       Number of readonly delegations created in the database.

   ro_revokes
       Number of readonly delegations revoked. The difference in ro_delegations and ro_revokes
       indicates the currently active readonly delegations.

   locks
       This section lists locking statistics.

       total
           Number of completed lock calls. This includes database locks and record locks.

       failed
           Number of failed lock calls. This includes database locks and record locks.

       current
           Number of scheduled lock calls. This includes database locks and record locks.

       pending
           Number of queued lock calls. This includes database locks and record locks.

   hop_count_buckets
       Distribution of migration requests based on hop counts values. Buckets are 1, < 4, < 8, <
       16, < 32, < 64, < 128, < 256, < 512, ≥ 512.

   lock_buckets
       Distribution of record lock requests based on time required to obtain locks. Buckets are <
       1ms, < 10ms, < 100ms, < 1s, < 2s, < 4s, < 8s, < 16s, < 32s, < 64s, ≥ 64s.

   locks_latency
       The minimum, the average and the maximum time (in seconds) required to obtain record
       locks.

   Num Hot Keys
       Number of contended records determined by hop count. CTDB keeps track of top 10 hot
       records and the output shows hex encoded keys for the hot records.

SEE ALSO

       ctdb(1), ctdbd(1), ctdb-tunables(7), http://ctdb.samba.org/

AUTHOR

       This documentation was written by Amitay Isaacs, Martin Schwenke

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2007 Andrew Tridgell, Ronnie Sahlberg

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