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Monitoring aiScaler. How to access your real-time stats

NOTE: for detailed information regarding monitoring, view the chapter in the admin guide called: “Self-refreshing  Web Monitor: statistics and pending requests.”

aiScaler provides simple self-refreshing statistics web pages – for both global and per-website statistics.  These are enabled by default and can be accessed at the following URLs:

  • http://a.b.c.d/accelstattext?global
  • http://a.b.c.d/accelstattable (recommend for starters)
  • http://a.b.c.d/accelstattext?all
  • http://a.b.c.d/accelstattext?hostname

where a.b.c.d is the numeric IP of a particular aiScaler instance (see screenshots below as an example).  The reason for these URL to be accessible via numeric instance IP is so that the URLs cannot be found under your website’s URL structure.

Consider having these URLs open in a browser whenever you’re monitoring a stress test or are watching a traffic spike unfold. Especially http://a.b.c.d/accelstattable  is good place to start. It will tell you much about the status of the site. However, for real-time monitoring and  alerting,  we recommend you consider the  built-in Alerting feature of aiScaler – please see a dedicated chapter in the Admin Guide (“Automated Monitoring and  Alerting”)

Some screenshots:

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Reported via accelstattable self-refreshing  web statistic page are:

  • R/Sec: requests per second
  • RTime: average response time
  • OrigS: configured, heathy and admin_disabled origin servers, separated by “:” (colon)
  • CConn: number of open client connections
  • OConn: number of open origin server connections
  • OCR %: overall caching ratio (cacheable request, served fresh to all requests)
  • SCR %: specific caching ratio (cacheable request, served fresh to cacheable requests)
  • CEntr: number of cached responses
  • OutBW: output bandwidth in KB/sec
  • BRR: bad request per second and responses per second, separated by “:” (colon)



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