statistics catalog counter show

Display the list of counters in an object

Availability: This command is available to cluster and Vserver administrators at the advanced privilege level.

Description

This command displays the names and descriptions of counters. The displayed data is either node-specific or cluster-wide, depending on the objects specified.

Parameters

{ [-fields <fieldname>, ...]
If you specify the -fields <fieldname>, ... parameter, the command output also includes the specified field or fields. You can use '-fields ?' to display the fields to specify.
| [-describe ]}
Displays detailed information about each counter, including privilege level, label, and whether the counter is a key counter.
-object <text> - Object
Selects the object for which you want to display the list of counters. This parameter is required. To view a list of valid object names, type statistics catalog counter show -object ? or statistics catalog object show.
[-counter <text>] - Counter
Selects the counters that match this parameter value. If you do not specify this parameter, the command displays details for all counters.
[-filter <text>] - Filter Data
Selects the counters that match this parameter value. For example, to display counters from node1, specify -filter "node_name=node1".
[-label <text>, ...] - Labels for Array Counters
Selects the counters that match this parameter value. A label is the name of the bucket to which an array counter belongs.
[-description <text>] - Description
Selects the counters that match this parameter value.
[-privilege <text>] - Privilegel Level
Selects the counters that match this parameter value.
[-is-key-counter {true|false}] - Is Key Counter
Selects the counters that are key counters (true) or are not key counters (false). A key counter is a counter that uniquely identifies an instance across the cluster. The default setting is false. For example, "vserver_name" and "node_name" are key counters because they identify the specific Vserver or node to which the instance belongs.
[-is-deprecated {true|false}] - Is Counter Deprecated
Selects the counters that are deprecated (true) or are not deprecated (false).
[-replaced-by <text>] - Replaced By Counter If Deprecated
Selects all deprecated counters that are replaced by the counter provided to this parameter.

Examples

The following example displays the list of counters in the processor object.
cluster1::> statistics catalog counter show -object processor
Object: processor
    Counter                     Description
    --------------------------- ----------------------------------------------
    instance_name               Instance Name
    instance_uuid               Instance UUID
    node_name                   System node name
    node_uuid                   System node id
    process_name                Ontap process that provided this instance
    processor_busy              Percentage of elapsed time that the processor
                                is executing non-idle processes
    processor_elapsed_time      Wall-clock time since boot used for
                                calculating processor utilization
    sk_switches                 Number of sk switches per second
8 entries were displayed.