Web Server Statistics

Question- How to check web server statistics on Aruba Controller?

Environment- While Troubleshooting Captive portal issue and also while troubleshooting high CPU load or high httpd process utilization.

Answer- Starting from 6.4.2.3 image version, we have introduced a new command called "#show web-server statistics".  This command displays the web server statistics. This command helps troubleshooting Captive Portal scale issues.

Example
(host) #show web-server statistics
Web Server Statistics:
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Current Request Rate: 1 Req/Sec
Current Traffic Rate: 1 KB/Sec
Busy Connection Slots: 7
Available Connection Slots: 68
Total Requests Since Up Time: 284
Total Traffic Since Up Time: 1122 KB
Avg. Request Rate Since Up Time: 1 Req/Sec
Avg. Traffic Rate Since Up Time: 6144 Bytes/Sec
Server Scoreboard: _____________KKKKKK_W_____________
Scoreboard Key:
_ - Waiting for Connection, s - Starting up
R - Reading Request, W - Sending Reply
K - Keepalive, D - DNS Lookup
C - Closing connection, L - Logging
G - Gracefully finishing, I - Idle cleanup of worker
. - Open slot with no current process

show web-server profile:

Starting with ArubaOS 6.4.2.3, the show web-server command is renamed to show web-server profile.

web-server profile

Starting with ArubaOS 6.4.2.3, the web-server command is renamed to web-server profile.

AnswerLT- The output of above command includes the following parameters.

Current Request Rate: HTTP/HTTPS request rate measured immediately within the last one second.

Current Traffic Rate: HTTP/HTTPS data transfer rate measured immediately within the last one second.

Busy Connection Slots: Number of simultaneous HTTP/HTTPS sessions currently being served. Each session occupies one slot from the total available slots configured under the web-max-clients parameter.

Available Connection Slots: Number of simultaneous HTTP/HTTPS sessions that can be served more than what is being served currently.

Total Requests Since Up Time: Total number of HTTP/HTTPS requests received by the web server since the server was up.

Total Traffic Since Up Time: Total number of HTTP/HTTPS traffic handled by the web server since the server was up.

Avg. Request Rate Since Up Time: Lifetime average of HTTP/HTTPS request rate. This is calculated by dividing the total number of requests received by the web server
up-time.

Avg. Traffic Rate Since Up Time: Lifetime average of HTTP/HTTPS traffic rate. This is calculated by dividing the total of HTTP/HTTPS traffic by the web server up-time.

Server Scoreboard: Displays information of each worker thread of the web server.

Scoreboard Key:
_ - Waiting for Connection, s - Starting up
R - Reading Request, W - Sending Reply
K - Keepalive, D - DNS Lookup
C - Closing connection, L - Logging
G - Gracefully finishing, I - Idle cleanup of worker
. - Open slot with no current process

 

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