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  • Performance Counters

    The RMS has a variety of PMG performance counters and upload server (ULS) counters that are displayedin the log files. These logs are located in the /rms/log/ directory. The various statistics that are calculated aredescribed here.

    PMG Counters, page 1

    Upload Server Counters, page 8

    RMS KPIs and Counters, page 11

    PMG CountersPerformance counts are calculated for each PMG message type. The performance log files are located inrms/log/pmg and the following files are available:

    pmg-msg-perf.csvPMG Performance Messages

    pmg-perf-periodic.csvPMG Performance Periodic Messages

    rms-perf-gateway-periodic.csvPerformance Periodic Gateway Statistics

    This table lists the various PMG messages for which statistics are calculated. All counts are integer. Thepolling interval is by default once per hour, but can be configured and is shown in the log as summary periodsec.

    Table 1: Performance Message Types

    DescriptionCounters

    Inbound request to Activate a deviceActivate

    Inbound request to Block a deviceBlock

    Inbound connected eventConnected

    Inbound request for connection request for a deviceConnectionRequest

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  • DescriptionCounters

    Inbound request to create a FRM groupCreateGroup

    Inbound request to create a FRM grouptypeCreateGroupType

    Inbound request to create a FRM poolCreatePool

    Inbound request to create a FRM pooltypeCreatePoolType

    Inbound request to Deactivate a deviceDeactivate

    Inbound request to Delete a deviceDelete

    Inbound request to delete FRM GroupTypesDeleteFRMGroupType

    Inbound request to delete FRM GroupsDeleteFRMGroups

    Inbound request to delete FRM pool typeDeleteFRMPoolType

    Inbound request to delete FRM poolsDeleteFRMPools

    Inbound request to delete a FRM groupDeleteGroup

    Inbound request to delete a FRM grouptypeDeleteGroupType

    Inbound request to delete a FRM poolDeletePool

    Inbound request to delete a FRM pooltypeDeletePoolType

    Inbound Firmware upgrade eventFirmwareUpgraded

    Inbound Firmware verified eventFirmwareVerified

    Inbound request to get all FRM GroupTypesGetAllFRMGroupTypes

    Inbound request to get all FRM Groups with details of a typeGetAllFRMGroups

    Inbound request to get all FRM pool typesGetAllFRMPoolTypes

    Inbound request to get all FRM pools with details of a typeGetAllFRMPools

    Inbound request to get devie assignment infromation for a groupGetDeviceAssignmentByGroups

    Inbound request to get FRM GroupTypeGetFRMGroupType

    Inbound request to get details of FRM groupsGetFRMGroups

    Inbound request to get pool type detailsGetFRMPoolType

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    Performance CountersPMG Counters

  • DescriptionCounters

    Inbound request to get FRM pool detailsGetFRMPools

    Inbound request to get names of all FRM groups of a typeGetGroupNames

    Inbound request to get all FRM Group type namesGetGroupTypeNames

    Inbound request to get GroupType detailsGetGroupTypesDetails

    Inbound request to get details of FRM groupGetGroupsDetails

    Inbound request to get group usage informationGetIDPoolsByGroups

    Inbound request to get pool usage informationGetIDPoolsByTypes

    Inbound request for getting device IDs belongs samegroup/subscriber

    GetIDs

    Inbound request to get live data for a deviceGetLiveData

    Inbound request to get all FRM pool names of a typeGetPoolNames

    Inbound request to get all FRM pool type namesGetPoolTypeNames

    Inbound request to get PoolType detailsGetPoolTypesDetails

    Inbound request to get details of FRM PoolGetPoolsDetails

    Inbound request to stored data for a deviceGetStoredData

    Inbound Location eventLocation

    Notification that the CPEs location status has changedLocationStatus

    PMG collects and logs these counters in CSV file.

    These counters are collected every 5 minutes.

    Number of group update message

    Number of device registration message

    Number of GetLiveData issued

    Number of SetLiveData issued

    Inbound Online eventOnline

    Inbound request to reassign a deviceReassignDevice

    Inbound request to reboot a deviceRebootCPE

    Inbound request to register a deviceRegister

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    Performance CountersPMG Counters

  • DescriptionCounters

    Inbound request to replace an existing device id with a new deviceid

    Replace

    Inbound request to reset a device to factory defautsResetCPEToFactoryDefaults

    Inbound service eventService

    Notification that there has been an error enabling serviceServiceError

    Notification that service is now operational on the CPE after itenabled

    ServiceOperational

    Inbound request to set FRM GroupTypeSetFRMGroupType

    Inbound request to create/update FRM GroupsSetFRMGroups

    Inbound request to create/update FRM PoolsSetFRMPools

    Inbound request to set live data for a deviceSetLiveData

    Inbound request to shutdown a deviceShutdown

    Inbound request to subscribe for eventsSubscribe

    Inbound tampered eventTampered

    Inbound request to un-subscribe for eventsUnSubscribe

    Inbound request to Unblock a deviceUnblock

    Inbound request to update a deviceUpdate

    Inbound request to update a FRM groupUpdateGroup

    Inbound request to update a FRM grouptypeUpdateGroupType

    Inbound request to update IMSIs for a deviceUpdateIMSI

    Inbound request to update a FRM poolUpdatePool

    Inbound request to update a FRM pooltypeUpdatePoolType

    For each message type, the following information is displayed in addition to the counts and statistics:DescriptionPerformance Counter

    The timestamp of the event (in UMT format).timestamp

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  • DescriptionPerformance Counter

    The duration of the event (in seconds).summary period sec

    The length of time the Upload Server is operational at the time of theassociated timestamp (in milliseconds).

    uptime ms

    The following example illustrates the Performance counter data captured for PMG, for a period of one hour.period end, summary period sec, msg name, avg response time ms,

    max response time ms, min response time ms, num msgs, num errors

    2013-05-16T00:00:00.538Z,3600,Connected,0,0,0,151,02013-05-16T00:00:00.538Z,3600,Location,0,0,0,142,02013-05-16T00:00:00.538Z,3600,Register,250457,410637,102898,8,02013-05-16T00:00:00.538Z,3600,ServiceOperational,230348,240386,220310,2,0

    No of ErrorsNo ofMessages

    Minresponsetime (ms)

    Maxresponsetime (ms)

    AvgResponsetime (ms)

    MessageName

    SummaryPeriod (sec)

    Period End

    0151000Connected36002013-05-16T00:00:00.538Z

    0142000Location36002013-05-16T00:00:00.538Z

    08102898410637250457Register36002013-05-16T00:00:00.538Z

    02220310240386230348ServiceOperational

    36002013-05-16T00:00:00.538Z

    Performance Periodic StatisticsThe performance periodic statistics file (pmg-perf-periodic.csv) lists the following statistics for each messagetype received within a specified period of time:

    Table 2: Performance Period Statistics

    DescriptionStatistic

    The average response time in milliseconds for the message within thesummary period given by summary period sec.

    avg response time ms

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  • DescriptionStatistic

    The maximum response time in milliseconds for the message withinthe summary period given by summary period sec.

    max response time ms

    The minimum response time in milliseconds for the message within thesummary period given by summary period sec.

    min response time ms

    Total number of messages received during the summary period.num msgs

    Number of errors occurred during the summary period for the message.num errors

    Total bytes received for the message within the summary period givenby summary period sec.

    total bytes received

    Total bytes sent for the message within the summary period given bysummary period sec.

    total bytes sent

    Total bytes received per second for the message within the summaryperiod given by summary period sec.

    bytes received per second

    Total bytes sent per second for the message within the summary periodgiven by summary period sec.

    bytes sent per second

    Here is an example of the performance period log:

    period end,summary period sec,msg name,avg response time ms,max response time ms,min response

    time ms,num msgs,num errors,total bytes received,total bytes sent,bytes received per second,bytes sent per second2014-09-01T11:00:00.469Z,2589,Connected,0,0,0,24,0,0,0,0,02014-09-01T11:00:00.469Z,2589,Location,0,0,0,24,0,0,0,0,02014-09-01T11:00:00.470Z,2589,ServiceOperational,490,490,490,1,0,0,0,0,02014-09-01T11:00:00.471Z,2589,GetAllFRMGroupTypes,135,161,114,14,0,2996,30226,1,82014-09-01T11:00:00.471Z,2589,SetFRMGroups,143,176,134,6,0,10251,1693,3,02014-09-01T11:00:00.472Z,2589,GetAllFRMPoolTypes,74,86,70,5,0,1060,2990,0,12014-09-01T11:00:00.472Z,2589,GetLiveData,142,234,121,6,0,3024,1698,1,02014-09-01T11:00:00.473Z,2589,GetFRMGroupType,73,85,63,7,0,1585,4516,0,1

    This example displays as follows when imported into Excel (partial output):

    num errorsnum msgsminresponsetime ms

    maxresponsetime ms

    avgresponsetime ms

    msg namesummaryperiod sec

    period end

    024000Connected25892014-09-01T11:00:00.469Z