[Orca-users] Re: New NFS data not working

Charles Dennett charles.dennett at kodak.com
Mon Mar 13 07:57:21 PST 2000

From: Charles Dennett <charles.dennett at kodak.com>

Slight correction.  The column labeled nfs_call/s has a non zero
number in it.  All the others have either 0 or 0.0.  These are
v3writes, v3reads, v2writes, v2reads, nfss_bad, nfss_calls, nfs_badx,
and nfs_timeo/sec. 

Pardon my confusion between the two columns labeled nfss_calls and
nfs_call/sec.  I realize now that the former is server related and
the latter is client related.  However, I still do not understand
why the others have zero values.  Not blank or empty, but zero.


Paul Haldane wrote:
> From: Paul Haldane <Paul.Haldane at newcastle.ac.uk>
> > I grabbed the news 0.26 orca over the weekend and installed it.
> > I had installed 1.23 of orcallator.se several days ago.  The graphs
> > have zeros for all the nfs stuff.  I looked in the datafiles created
> > by orcallator.  The only nfs related piece that is not zero is
> labeled
> > "nfs_call/s".
> nfs_call/s counts client NFS activity - the others count server NFS.
> > The others (nfs_timeo/sec, nfs_badx, nfss_calls,
> > nfss_bad,
> > v2reads, v2writes, v3reads, and v3writes) are all either 0 or 0.0.
> > This is on systems running Solartis 2.6.  And yes, the systems I'm
> > looking at are nfs servers.  The new graphs are being generated.
> > It's the data that is all zeros.
> All of the v2* v3* columns in the percol-* data files are empty?
> I'm not sure I've tried this on a 2.6 system (and I don't think I have
> any
> 2.6 systems left to try on).  I'll have a poke around.
> Paul
> --
> Paul Haldane
> Computing Service
> University of Newcastle
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