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PCM 2.2 - Logged Traffic Data CVS?

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Jason Scott
Regular Advisor

PCM 2.2 - Logged Traffic Data CVS?

I've had a look at some of the data logged by Traffic Monitor but the CVS file is a little awkward to make sense of (no column headings). Is there a way of parsing this file to obtain some more useful information?

Regards
Jason
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Steve Britt
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Re: PCM 2.2 - Logged Traffic Data CVS?

Jason,

Here is an example of a row from the TrafficDataLog.csv file.


"2007 Jun 1, 13:26:26:625",[host001.boneyard.rose.hp.com(150.2.51.1): A11, 00:15:60:f9:93:f5, A11, 11, , 11, 100000000, FullDuplex, ManualOn, NoViolation, 04/23/07 01:54:35p, 0.0017978378, 2.5743244, 0.006756757, 0.5067568, 0.0, 04/23/07 01:54:35p, 0.002787081, 3.25, 0.7162162, 0.45945945, 0.0, 04/23/07 01:54:36p, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ICMP 150.2.51.1:0 -> 150.2.51.10:0, , , , , Ethernet 00:08:02:76:41:87:2048, , , , , Ethernet 00:15:60:f9:83:00:2048, , , , , ICMP, , , , , ICMP 150.2.51.1:0 -> 150.2.51.10:0, , , , , Ethernet 00:08:02:76:41:87:2048, , , , , Ethernet 00:15:60:f9:83:00:2048, , , , , ICMP, , , , , , , , , , , , , , ]


Here is a description of each value according to its column position (comma separated CSV):


"LogEntryTimestamp", (for example: 2007 Jun 1, 13:26:26:625)

[

DevicePort, (for example: host001.boneyard.rose.hp.com(150.2.51.1): A11)
PortMAC,
PortName,
PortNumber,
PortFriendlyName,
PortIfIndex,
PortSpeed,
PortDuplex,

LogMode,

ThresholdViolation,

RxStatsTimestamp, (for the following 5 metrics, for example: 04/23/07 01:54:35p)
RxUtilization,
RxFramesPerSecond,
RxBrodcastsPerSecond,
RxMulticastsPerSecond,
RxErrorsPerSecond,

TxStatsTimestamp, (for the following 5 metrics)
TxUtilization,
TxFramesPerSecond,
TxBrodcastsPerSecond,
TxMulticastsPerSecond,
TxErrorsPerSecond,

TopTalkerTimestamp, (for the following top 5 in each category)

RxUtilizationConnections#1, (for example: ICMP 150.2.51.1:0 -> 150.2.51.10:0)
RxUtilizationConnections#2,
RxUtilizationConnections#3,
RxUtilizationConnections#4,
RxUtilizationConnections#5,

RxUtilizationDestinations#1,
RxUtilizationDestinations#2,
RxUtilizationDestinations#3,
RxUtilizationDestinations#4,
RxUtilizationDestinations#5,

RxUtilizationSources#1,
RxUtilizationSources#2,
RxUtilizationSources#3,
RxUtilizationSources#4,
RxUtilizationSources#5,

RxUtilizationProtocols#1,
RxUtilizationProtocols#2,
RxUtilizationProtocols#3,
RxUtilizationProtocols#4,
RxUtilizationProtocols#5,

RxFramesPerSecondConnections#1,
RxFramesPerSecondConnections#2,
RxFramesPerSecondConnections#3,
RxFramesPerSecondConnections#4,
RxFramesPerSecondConnections#5,

RxFramesPerSecondDestinations#1,
RxFramesPerSecondDestinations#2,
RxFramesPerSecondDestinations#3,
RxFramesPerSecondDestinations#4,
RxFramesPerSecondDestinations#5,

RxFramesPerSecondSources#1,
RxFramesPerSecondSources#2,
RxFramesPerSecondSources#3,
RxFramesPerSecondSources#4,
RxFramesPerSecondSources#5,

RxFramesPerSecondProtocols#1,
RxFramesPerSecondProtocols#2,
RxFramesPerSecondProtocols#3,
RxFramesPerSecondProtocols#4,
RxFramesPerSecondProtocols#5,

RxBroadcastsPerSecondConnections#1,
RxBroadcastsPerSecondConnections#2,
RxBroadcastsPerSecondConnections#3,
RxBroadcastsPerSecondConnections#4,
RxBroadcastsPerSecondConnections#5,

RxMulticastsPerSecondConnections#1,
RxMulticastsPerSecondConnections#2,
RxMulticastsPerSecondConnections#3,
RxMulticastsPerSecondConnections#4,
RxMulticastsPerSecondConnections#5,

RxErrorsPerSecondConnections#1,
RxErrorsPerSecondConnections#2,
RxErrorsPerSecondConnections#3,
RxErrorsPerSecondConnections#4,
RxErrorsPerSecondConnections#5,

TxUtilizationConnections#1,
TxUtilizationConnections#2,
TxUtilizationConnections#3,
TxUtilizationConnections#4,
TxUtilizationConnections#5,

TxUtilizationDestinations#1,
TxUtilizationDestinations#2,
TxUtilizationDestinations#3,
TxUtilizationDestinations#4,
TxUtilizationDestinations#5,

TxUtilizationSources#1,
TxUtilizationSources#2,
TxUtilizationSources#3,
TxUtilizationSources#4,
TxUtilizationSources#5,

TxUtilizationProtocols#1,
TxUtilizationProtocols#2,
TxUtilizationProtocols#3,
TxUtilizationProtocols#4,
TxUtilizationProtocols#5,

TxFramesPerSecondConnections#1,
TxFramesPerSecondConnections#2,
TxFramesPerSecondConnections#3,
TxFramesPerSecondConnections#4,
TxFramesPerSecondConnections#5,

TxFramesPerSecondDestinations#1,
TxFramesPerSecondDestinations#2,
TxFramesPerSecondDestinations#3,
TxFramesPerSecondDestinations#4,
TxFramesPerSecondDestinations#5,

TxFramesPerSecondSources#1,
TxFramesPerSecondSources#2,
TxFramesPerSecondSources#3,
TxFramesPerSecondSources#4,
TxFramesPerSecondSources#5,

TxFramesPerSecondProtocols#1,
TxFramesPerSecondProtocols#2,
TxFramesPerSecondProtocols#3,
TxFramesPerSecondProtocols#4,
TxFramesPerSecondProtocols#5,

TxBroadcastsPerSecondConnections#1,
TxBroadcastsPerSecondConnections#2,
TxBroadcastsPerSecondConnections#3,
TxBroadcastsPerSecondConnections#4,
TxBroadcastsPerSecondConnections#5,

TxMulticastsPerSecondConnections#1,
TxMulticastsPerSecondConnections#2,
TxMulticastsPerSecondConnections#3,
TxMulticastsPerSecondConnections#4,
TxMulticastsPerSecondConnections#5,

TxErrorsPerSecondConnections#1,
TxErrorsPerSecondConnections#2,
TxErrorsPerSecondConnections#3,
TxErrorsPerSecondConnections#4,
TxErrorsPerSecondConnections#5

]

This example shows data for a port with sampling enabled but many sampled data fields empty. Of course, for ports where stats are being monitored rather than sampling, *all* of the top talker fields (the ones with "#n" appended above) will be empty since no visibility is provided into the traffic content.

Regards,

SVB


Jason Scott
Regular Advisor

Re: PCM 2.2 - Logged Traffic Data CVS?

Thanks Steve, thats great info!

Jas