Doubt about counters WAAS

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Oct 24th, 2007

Dear Mister

I have two WAEs , in both sites . We don't use a Central Manager for this .

The customer has a Local Application , in the port 5000 ( the same of the Yahoo-Messenger ) .

I remove this configuration , and create another por this application .

How can I see , by cli , how is functioning the optimization . What is the meaning of this :

show statistics tfo

Total number of optimized connections : 3752

No. of active connections : 97

No. of pending (to be accepted) connections : 0

No. of connections closed normally : 3042

No. of connections closed with error : 613

Total number of peers : 1

No. of entries into overload mode : 0

No. of connections reset due to -

Socket write failure : 59

Socket read failure : 0

Opt socket close while waiting to write : 0

Unopt socket close while waiting to write : 19

Opt socket error close while waiting to read : 291

Unopt socket error close while waiting to read : 1

DRE decode failure : 0

DRE encode failure : 0

Connection init failure : 0

Opt socket unexpected close while waiting to read : 0

Exceeded maximum number of supported connections : 0

Buffer allocation or manipulation failed : 0

Peer received reset from end host : 243

DRE connection state out of sync : 0

Memory allocation failed for buffer heads : 0

Unoptimized data received at optimized socket : 0

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mchin345 Tue, 10/30/2007 - 13:45

To display Traffic Flow Optimization (TFO) statistics for a WAE, use the show statistics tfo EXEC command.

show statistics tfo [application app-name | pass-through | peer | saving app-name]

Syntax Description

application (Optional) Displays statistics per application.

app-name Application name.

pass-through (Optional) Displays the pass-through statistics.

peer (Optional) Displays peer information.

saving (Optional) Displays savings for all applications.

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