[SR-Users] websocket:ws_current_connections vs. kamctl fifo ws.dump
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Thu Sep 11 16:23:02 CEST 2014
I was not checking so far the ws/wss connections, but you can probably
rely on tcp stats, because ws/wss are on top of tcp layer.
You can run the tcp-related rpc commands via kamcmd:
On 10/09/14 19:44, Luis F Urrea wrote:
> Any ideas are welcome.
> I wanted to try to get input from someone familiar with the websockets
> module as these statistics seem rather bogus from the comparison with
> netstat connections.
> On Mon, Sep 8, 2014 at 12:09 PM, Luis F Urrea <lfurrea at gmail.com
> <mailto:lfurrea at gmail.com>> wrote:
> I have a question in regards monitoring websocket connections on a
> production box.
> We ususally trust whatever is indicated through the
> $ kamctl fifo get statistics
> We've seen that this is what the community contributed munin
> plugins use. However when trying to monitor web socket connections
> and using this output we've seen completely different results from
> the output of
> $ kamctl fifo get_statistics
> Which seem to indicate current websocket connections and the output of
> $ kamctl fifo ws.dump
> Which seems to indicate current OPEN connections.
> Can anybody shed some light as to what are the differences between
> both if any, and advice which one is the proper one to monitor for
> possible file handle exhaustion.
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