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Get Statistical Information

You can get performance and other statistical information about the server and the client any time during a process or clone command. After the command is terminated, you can view whatever statistics the Client Console collected. For example, you can get information about the server's processor, throughput times, and how many records it sent. For audit information, see View Audit Information.

To get statistical information

  1. In the Explorer view, expand the data source, and expand Runs.
  2. Right-click a process and select one of the following options:

    Note: some options are only available when the run is currently processing.

    This option

    Does this

    Show DMSII Counters Chart

    Shows counters based on incremental statistics that the client accumulates while processing audit files. These are shown after the current audit file is processed.

    Show Process Lag Chart

    The elapsed time between when an update is applied in the DMSII database and when the update appears in the relational database. The plotted value is the difference between the current time and the timestamp of the audit.

    Show Task Time Chart

    A pie graph that represents the time increments for each task the client performed when processing the current audit file.

    Query Client Status (status)

    Queries the current status of the Client and then displays status information, such as the current stateinfo during audit file processing, the trace status, and the program status (for example, waiting for TCP for 100 ms). The results appear in the Console view.

    Query Performance Statistics (pstats)

    Queries the client for performance statistics on the current run by issuing a pstats command. The statistics that have accrued to that point are displayed in the form of a report in the Console view.

    Query Server Statistics (sstats)

    Displays Databridge Server statistics in the Console view at the next quiet point. The information includes I/O time, processor time, records sent, and priority.

    Show Performance Statistics

    Displays statistics in the Performance Statistics view instead of the Console view.


    Saves performance statistics to a comma separated value (.csv) file.