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Core Statistics v2.4
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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 about the OpenSIPS internal load. The load is defined as percentage of time spent in doing processing versus total time. Following the model of "top", there are three load values, calculated over different periods of time:

  • realtime load - calculated over the last 1 second
  • last minute load - calculated over the last 1 minute
  • last 10 minutes load - calculated over the last 10 minutes

All three load values are provided by OpenSIPS in a per-process manner (the load of each process) and globally (covering all processes).

2.1 load

The realtime load of entire OpenSIPS - this counts all the core processes of OpenSIPS; the additional processes requested by modules are not counted in this load. Also note that some core processes are not counted as they do not generate any kind of load; such processes are the attendant, the time keeper and the timer trigger. This statistic is actually reflecting the load generated by processing the SIP traffic (as only the core active processes are counted).

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics load
load:load:: 24

Example of usage from script

xlog("The OpenSIPS processing load is $stat(load) \n");

2.2 load1m

The last minute average load of core OpenSIPS (covering only core/SIP processes). For more, see load.

2.3 load10m

The last 10 minutes average load of core OpenSIPS (covering only core/SIP processes). For more, see load.

2.4 load-all

The realtime load of entire OpenSIPS, counting both core and module processes. Similar to [[#load|load], the processes not generating load at all are not counted.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics load-all
load:load-all:: 24

Example of usage from script

xlog("The overall OpenSIPS load is $stat(load-all) \n");

2.5 load1m-all

The last minute average load of entire OpenSIPS (covering all processes). For more, see load-all.

2.6 load10m-all

The last 10 minutes average load of entire OpenSIPS (covering all processes). For more, see load-all.

2.7 load-proc-id

The realtime load of the process ID. To learn the IDs of the OpenSIPS processes (and their types), use the ps MI command.

Example of usage through MI FIFO

opensipsctl fifo get_statistics load-proc-5
load:load-proc-5:: 79

Example of usage from script

xlog("The load of processes 5 is $stat(load-proc-5) \n");

2.8 load1m-proc-id

The last minute average load of the process ID. For more, see load-proc-id.

2.9 load10m-proc-id

The last 10 minutes average load of the process ID. For more, see load-proc-id.


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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