Re: What does stats columns means?

From: Willy Tarreau <>
Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2008 18:54:31 +0200

Hello Manuel,

On Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 08:58:00AM -0430, Manuel Soto wrote:
> Hello List
> Any help appreciated. I'm trying to sale HAproxy and other open
> sources projects to my company.

Sorry, I don't have enough time to reply to every mail, so you were right to insist.

> > Queue:
> > Curr:0
> > Max:226

The "curr" column indicates that there was no request in the queue when you consulted the stats. The "max" column indicates that the queue has reached at least 226 entries at least once.

> > Sessions (easy):
> > Curr:0
> > Max:60

same as above, but for concurrent sessions.

> > Limit:60

the configured limit (maxconn)

> > Cumul.:66518

total cumulated since last start.

> > Erros:
> > Conn.: 3311

3311 errors returned to client because the connection failed to establish to the server, despite the configured number of retransmits.

> > Resp.:780 (Doesn't know what is it)

Response errors: this includes both timeouts from servers, and truncated or invalid responses. Most often, it's just timeouts though.

> > Sec.: 0

no responses were filtered by any "rspideny" rules you might have configured (most likely you have not done so).

> > Check:139 (I do suppose they are checks failures, some of they was recovered)

Exactly. It at least indicates that the server has failed some checks, but not necessarily in a fatal way.

> > Down:24 (I do suppose they are checks failures, non recoreved after retry+1)

Almost. It's the number of times the server switched from UP to DOWN due to repeated check failures. BTW it's not "retry", it "fall" (on the "server" line).

Hoping this helps, and sorry again for the delay.

Willy Received on 2008/07/16 18:54

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