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       mfsstatsdump - dump usage data from master stats file in csv or png format


       mfsstatsdump  -f  fields  [-i  stats_file]  [-r range] [-s separator] [-p png_filename [-x
       chart_width] [-y chart_height]] [-hHd]


       mfsstatsdump dumps usage data from master stats file.  These are the same data  sets  that
       are  used  to  make  CGI charts. Output can be either in text format (csv) or in graphical
       format (png). That means -p, -x and -y options are mutually exclusive with -h, -H  and  -d

       MooseFS   master   server   saves  the  stats  file  in  the  DATA_PATH  directory  -  see


       -f     field names separated by ',' (see FIELDS section); at least one field is mandatory;
              if an asterisk (*) is used, all fields are dumped

       -i     name of mfs binary stats file (default: default_data_path/stats.mfs)

       -r     range  type:  0  - short range (minute) 1 - medium range (6 minutes) 2 - long range
              (30 minutes) 3 - very long range (day)

       -s     specify column separator (default: tabulator)

       -p     optional  PNG  filename  (field  name  will  be  added   before   .png;   YYYY   ->
              YYYY_FIELD.png, YYYY.png -> YYYY_FIELD.png)

       -x     PNG chart width (default: 1600)

       -y     PNG  chart  height  (should  be  divisible by 20 - if not then it will be adjusted;

       -h     "human-readable" numbers using base 2 prefixes (IEC 60027)

       -H     "human-readable" numbers using base 10 prefixes (SI)

       -d     show timestamps in YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM format


       ucpu          User cpu usage

       scpu          System cpu usage

       cpu           Total cpu usage (in csv sum of scpu and ucpu, in png shows both in different

       delete        Number of chunk deletions

       replicate     Number of chunk replications

       statfs        Number of statfs operations

       getattr       Number of getattr operations

       setattr       Number of setattr operations

       lookup        Number of lookup operations

       mkdir         Number of mkdir operations

       rmdir         Number of rmdir operations

       symlink       Number of symlink operations

       readlink      Number of readlink operations

       mknod         Number of mknod operations

       unlink        Number of unlink operations

       rename        Number of rename operations

       link          Number of link operations

       readdir       Number of readdir operations

       open          Number of open operations

       read          Number of read operations

       write         Number of write operations

       prcvd         Received packets

       psent         Sent packets

       brcvd         Received bytes

       bsent         Sent bytes

       memoryrss     Resident memory usage

       memoryvirt    Virtual memory usage

       mem           Total  memory  usage  (in  csv  is the same as memoryvirt, in png shows both
                     memoryrss and memoryvirt using two colors)

       usedspace     Used raw disk space

       totalspace    Total raw disk space

       space         Total raw disk space (in csv the same  as  totalspace,  in  png  shows  both
                     usedspace and totalspace using two colors)


       Text  output - text (csv) file where first column is a timestamp (or date if -d option was
       specified), the following column are what was specified with  the  -f  options,  formatted
       according to used options (none, -s and -h or -H)

       Graphical output - one png file with a chart is created for every field specified with the
       -f option, according to the naming scheme  declared  with  the  -p  option.  Size  may  be
       adjusted with -x and -y options.


       Report bugs to <>.


       Copyright (C) 2021 Jakub Kruszona-Zawadzki, Core Technology Sp. z o.o.

       This file is part of MooseFS.

       MooseFS  is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the
       GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, version 2 (only).

       MooseFS is distributed in the hope that it will  be  useful,  but  WITHOUT  ANY  WARRANTY;
       without  even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
       See the GNU General Public License for more details.

       You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with  MooseFS;  if
       not,  write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA
       02111-1301, USA or visit


       mfsmount(8), moosefs(7)