NYXT MAMA Stats
EOLThe end of life for NYXT MAMA Stats plug-in is on 30 April 2017. This documentation is archived and will no longer be updated.
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|The account name that the application is running as.
|The hostname of the machine that the application is running on.
|The IP address of the machine that the application is running on.
|The name of the application.
|The name of the application class.
|The number of seconds that have elapsed since the log file was last modified.
|The name of the statistic that was written to the log file. If a batch contains 2 or more statistics with the same name, then we will append an underscore and a number to the end to make the name unique (Without uniqueness we will not be able to apply rules to this cell)
|A timestamp of when the statistic was written to the log file.
|The type of the statistic which has written to the log file.
|The type of middleware that the application is using, for example LBM, Tibrv, WMW, etc.
|The number of initial image requests being made by the application
|The number of recaps requests being made by the application.
|The number of messages received.
|The number of Fault-tolerance takeover events that happened.
|The application's message queue size.
|The number of subscriptions being made.
|The number of subscriptions that timed out.
Plug-in Configuration Copied
The following parameters can be configured for this plug-in:
The absolute path or relative path (relative to the netprobe directory) of the log file that the MamaStats agent writes to and which the plug-in should read from.
The number of seconds that the log file is expected to be updated by. So for example, if you expect the log file to be updated at least every 10 seconds, you should specify 10 as the value of this parameter.
XML Examples Copied
Simple Example Copied
This example shows a typical configuration
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