These columns identify lengths of the various internal queues used by the network controllers.
- NetSamples can be used to normalize all aggregated sampled statistics to an average queue-length basis.
- Example: Dividing (NetPtPQueue/NetSamples) yields the average point-to-point queue length over all samples on all networks taken during this log interval.
- All of the aggregated sampled statistics columns in the following table are net-specific, that is, they relate to each specific Bynet. On a single-node system, net-specific statistics are not meaningful and are always zero.
|Column Name||Mode||Description||Data Type|
|NetPtPQueue||count||Aggregated sample point-to-point normal priority queue length on all Bynets.||FLOAT|
|NetBrdQueue||count||Aggregated sample broadcast normal priority queue length on all Bynets.||FLOAT|
|NetPtPQueueMax||max||Maximum reported value of NetPtPQueue in this reporting interval.||FLOAT|
|NetBrdQueueMax||max||Maximum reported value of NetBrdQueue in this reporting interval.||FLOAT|
|NetHPBrdQueue||count||Aggregated sample broadcast high priority queue length on all networks.||FLOAT|
|NetHPBrdQueueMax||max||Maximum value of NetHPBrdQueue in this reporting interval.||FLOAT|
|NetPendMrgQueue||count||Current count of pending merges, regardless of which net. A merge may be queued for reasons such as:
|NetHPPtPQueue||count||Aggregated sample point-to point high priority queue length on all Bynets.||FLOAT|
|NetHPPtPQueueMax||max||Maximum value of NetHPPtPQueue in this reporting interval.||FLOAT|