statistics on WAAS 4.1

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Oct 5th, 2009
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Hello,

I have few questions about some statistics on the waas.

1/ show statistics dre

#show statistics dre

...

Encode:


Overall: msg: 6533335, in: 5059 MB, out: 2816 MB, ratio: 44.33%


DRE: msg: 5494114, in: 4895 MB, out: 3480 MB, ratio: 28.90%


DRE Bypass: msg: 1842327, in: 164 MB


LZ: msg: 5083102, in: 2336 MB, out: 1492 MB, ratio: 36.14%


LZ Bypass: msg: 1450233, in: 1308 MB

Decode:


Overall: msg: 6285948, in: 6506 MB, out: 14486 MB, ratio: 55.09%


DRE: msg: 5534677, in: 8466 MB, out: 14336 MB, ratio: 40.94%


DRE Bypass: msg: 2822380, in: 150 MB


LZ: msg: 4901767, in: 4029 MB, out: 6155 MB, ratio: 34.55%


LZ Bypass: msg: 1384181, in: 2477 MB

I suppose that overall msg = dre msg + dre bypass msg. But here is 6533335 (overall) = 5494114 (dre) + 1842327 (dre bypass) - Why??

2/ sh statistics connection detail

sh statistics connection detail server-port 3128

Original Optimized


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Bytes Read: 0 10


Bytes Written: 0 10

or

#sh statistics connection detail server-port 3128

Connection Id: 973732


Peer Id: 00:21:5e:26:92:b8


Connection Type: EXTERNAL CLIENT


Start Time: Fri Oct 2 09:36:28 2009


Source IP Address: 10.84.3.1


Source Port Number: 58700


Destination IP Address: 10.1.225.66


Destination Port Number: 3128


Application Name: Web


Classifier Name: HTTP


Map Name: basic


Directed Mode: FALSE


Preposition Flow: FALSE


Policy Details:


Configured: TCP_OPTIMIZE + DRE + LZ


Derived: TCP_OPTIMIZE + DRE + LZ


Peer: TCP_OPTIMIZE + DRE + LZ


Negotiated: TCP_OPTIMIZE + DRE + LZ


Applied: TCP_OPTIMIZE + DRE + LZ


Accelerator Details:


Configured: HTTP


Derived: HTTP


Applied: HTTP


Hist: None



Original Optimized


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Bytes Read: 465 604


Bytes Written: 656 480

Why there is zero in original bytes or less value that for optimized bytes??

Thank you

Roman

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