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[DeleGate-En] Re: Understanding the statistics
23 Jan 2003 03:57:58 GMT feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato)


In message <_A2082@delegate-en.ML_>
on 01/23/03(10:41:51) you Stephen Frost <peieabdyi-g7ilkrrpmhjr.ml@ml.delegate.org> wrote:
 |admin/config HTML interface the proxy presents statistics
 |in the following format:
 |
 |  STATUS 
 |  Version: 8.3.3
 |  current-time: 23/Jan/2003:12:27:59 +1100
 |  server-start: 23/Jan/2003:12:16:04 +1100
 |  server-count: 49
 |  server-alive: 2
 |  service-done: 248
 |  load_average: 12.76 (6.4 2.5 10.2) RPM
 |
 |RPM would appear to be Requests Per Minute?

Yes.

 |Service-done presumably means Requests Handled?

Yes.

 |Can anyone help me with information on "server-count" and also the figures
 |in the "load_average" sections?

"server-count" means the number of server (child) processes invoked.
A server process is invoked on demand and serves variable number of
requests in its variable lifetime.
In your case, 248 requests have been processed by 49 processes.

"load_average" shows load average in RPM (requests per minutes) as
"total-ave. (last-1minutes-ave. 5minutes 15minutes)" like "uptime"
command on Unix.

Cheers,
Yutaka
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