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Core Statistics v1.10
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The OpenSIPS core exports several statistics, which are grouped into classes. To view all statistics which correspond to a class, fetch the "class:" statistic (e.g. opensipsctl fifo get_statistic load: core: shmem:)


1.  "CORE" class

1.1 rcv_requests

Returns the total number of received requests by OpenSIPS.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics rcv_requests

Example of usage from script

xlog("Total number of received requests = $stat(rcv_requests) \n");

1.2 rcv_replies

Returns the total number of received replies by OpenSIPS.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics rcv_replies

Example of usage from script

xlog("Total number of received replies = $stat(rcv_replies) \n");

1.3 fwd_requests

Returns the number of stateless forwarded requests by OpenSIPS.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics fwd_requests

Example of usage from script

xlog("Total number of forwarded requests = $stat(fwd_requests) \n");

1.4 fwd_replies

Returns the number of stateless forwarded replies by OpenSIPS.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics fwd_replies

Example of usage from script

xlog("Total number of forwarded replies = $stat(fwd_replies) \n");

1.5 drop_requests

Returns the number of requests dropped even before entering the script routing logic.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics drop_requests

Example of usage from script

xlog("Total number of dropped requests = $stat(drop_requests) \n");

1.6 drop_replies

Returns the number of replies dropped even before entering the script routing logic, or explicitly dropped in the onreply_route.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics drop_replies

Example of usage from script

xlog("Total number of dropped replies = $stat(drop_replies) \n");

1.7 err_requests

Returns the number of bogus requests from SIP point of view ( eg. : No VIA header found )

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics err_requests

Example of usage from script

xlog("Total number of error requests = $stat(err_requests) \n");

1.8 err_replies

Returns the number of bogus replies from SIP point of view ( eg. : No VIA header found )

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics err_replies

Example of usage from script

xlog("Total number of error replies = $stat(err_replies) \n");

1.9 bad_URIs_rcvd

Returns the number of URIs that OpenSIPS failed to parse.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics bad_URIs_rcvd

Example of usage from script

xlog("Total number of bad URIs detected = $stat(bad_URIs_rcvd) \n");

1.10 unsupported_methods

Returns the number of non-standard methods encountered by OpenSIPS while parsing SIP methods.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics unsupported_methods

Example of usage from script

xlog("Total number of unsupported methods detected = $stat(unsupported_methods) \n");

1.11 bad_msg_hdr

Returns the number of SIP headers that OpenSIPS failed to parse.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics bad_msg_hdr

Example of usage from script

xlog("Total number of headers that failed to parse = $stat(bad_msg_hdr) \n");

1.12 timestamp

Returns the number of seconds elapsed from OpenSIPS starting.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics timestamp

Example of usage from script

xlog("OpenSIPS has been alive for $stat(timestamp) seconds \n");


2.  "LOAD" class

Statistics giving information on OpenSIPS load (busy children).

2.1 tcp-load

Returns the percentage of TCP children that are awake and processing SIP messages.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics tcp-load

Example of usage from script

xlog("The TCP load is $stat(tcp-load) \n");

2.2 udp:int_ip:int_port-load

Returns the percentage of UDP children that are awake and processing SIP messages on the specific UDP interface

Example of usage through MI FIFO:

If OpenSIPS has two listen directives :
listen=udp:192.168.2.134:5060
listen=udp:192.168.10.13:5090

Then there will be two exported statistics, udp:192.168.2.134:5060-load and udp:192.168.10.13:5090-load, and each 
will show the percentage of working children on the respective interfaces.

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics udp:192.168.2.134:5060-load

Example of usage from script

xlog("The UDP load on 192.168.2.134:5060 is $stat(udp:192.168.2.134:5060-load) \n");


3.  "NET" class

Statistics giving information about UDP, TCP and TLS buffers on interfaces that OpenSIPS is listening on.

3.1 waiting_udp

Returns the number of bytes waiting to be consumed on UDP interfaces that OpenSIPS is listening on.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics waiting_udp

Example of usage from script

xlog("The UDP waiting buffer size is $stat(waiting_udp) \n");

3.2 waiting_tcp

Returns the number of bytes waiting to be consumed on TCP interfaces that OpenSIPS is listening on.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics waiting_tcp

Example of usage from script

xlog("The TCP waiting buffer size is $stat(waiting_tcp) \n");

3.3 waiting_tls

Returns the number of bytes waiting to be consumed on TLS interfaces that OpenSIPS is listening on.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics waiting_tls

Example of usage from script

xlog("The TLS waiting buffer size is $stat(waiting_tls) \n");


4.  "SHMEM" class

Statistics giving information on the shared memory that OpenSIPS is using.

4.1 total_size

Returns the total size of shared memory available to OpenSIPS processes.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics total_size

Example of usage from script

xlog("Total size of SHMEM available is $stat(total_size) \n");

4.2 used_size

Returns the amount of shared memory requested and used by OpenSIPS processes.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics used_size

Example of usage from script

xlog("SHMEM in use = $stat(used_size) \n");

4.3 real_used_size

Returns the amount of shared memory requested by OpenSIPS processes + malloc overhead

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics real_used_size

Example of usage from script

xlog("Real SHMEM used size is $stat(real_used_size) \n");

4.4 max_used_size

Returns the maximum amount of shared memory ever used by OpenSIPS processes.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics max_used_size

Example of usage from script

xlog("The max SHMEM ever used is $stat(max_used_size) \n");

4.5 free_size

Returns the free memory available. Computed as total_size - real_used_size

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics free_size

Example of usage from script

xlog("Free SHMEM available is $stat(free_size) \n");

4.6 fragments

Returns the total number of fragments in the shared memory.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics fragments

Example of usage from script

xlog("The total number of SHMEM fragments is $stat(fragments) \n");


5.  "PKMEM" class

Various private memory related statistics for each OpenSIPS process. Each "PKMEM" statistic is prefixed by a number, representing the index of an OpenSIPS process (0, 1, ...).

5.1 N-total_size

Returns the total size of private memory available to OpenSIPS process #N.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics 0-total_size

Example of usage from script

xlog("Total size of PKG memory available for process #0 is $stat(0-total_size) \n");

5.2 N-used_size

Returns the amount of private memory requested and used by OpenSIPS process #N.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics 0-used_size

Example of usage from script

xlog("PKG mem in use for process #1 = $stat(1-used_size) \n");

5.3 N-real_used_size

Returns the amount of private memory requested by OpenSIPS process #N, including allocator-specific metadata

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics 0-real_used_size

Example of usage from script

xlog("Process #0 actually uses $stat(0-real_used_size) bytes of private memory\n");

5.4 N-max_used_size

Returns the maximum amount of private memory ever used by OpenSIPS process #N.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics 0-max_used_size

Example of usage from script

xlog("The max PKG memory ever used for process #0 is $stat(0-max_used_size) \n");

5.5 N-free_size

Returns the free private memory available for OpenSIPS process #N. Computed as total_size - real_used_size

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics 0-free_size

Example of usage from script

xlog("Free PKG memory available for process #0 is $stat(0-free_size) \n");

5.6 N-fragments

Returns the currently available number of free fragments in the private memory for OpenSIPS process #N.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics 0-fragments

Example of usage from script

xlog("The total number of PKG fragments is $stat(0-fragments) \n");


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