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nfsiostat-sysstat manual page
(January 2014)

NAME

nfsiostat-sysstat (the  nfsiostat command from the sysstat package) - Report input/output statistics for network filesystems (NFS). 

SYNOPSIS

nfsiostat-sysstat [ -h ] [ -k | -m ] [ -t ] [ -V ] [--debuginfo] [ interval [ count ] ]

DESCRIPTION

The nfsiostat-sysstat command displays statistics about read and write operations on NFS filesystems.

The interval parameter specifies the amount of time in seconds between each report. The first report contains statistics for the time since system startup (boot). Each subsequent report contains statistics collected during the interval since the previous report. A report consists of an NFS header row followed by a line of statistics for each network filesystem that is mounted. The count parameter can be specified in conjunction with the interval parameter. If the count parameter is specified, the value of count determines the number of reports generated at interval seconds apart. If the interval parameter is specified without the count parameter, the nfsiostat-sysstat command generates reports continuously. 

REPORT

The Network Filesystem (NFS) report provides statistics for each mounted network filesystem. Transfer rates are shown in 1K blocks by default, unless the environment variable POSIXLY_CORRECT is set, in which case 512-byte blocks are used. The report shows the following fields:

Filesystem:

This columns shows the hostname of the NFS server followed by a colon and by the directory name where the network filesystem is mounted.

rBlk_nor/s (rkB_nor/s, rMB_nor)

Indicate the number of blocks (kilobytes, megabytes) read by applications via the read(2) system call interface. A block has a size of 512 bytes.

wBlk_nor/s (wkB_nor/s, wMB_nor/s)

Indicate the number of blocks (kilobytes, megabytes) written by applications via the write(2) system call interface.

rBlk_dir/s (rkB_dir/s, rMB_dir/s)

Indicate the number of blocks (kilobytes, megabytes) read from files opened with the O_DIRECT flag.

wBlk_dir/s (wkB_dir/s, wMB_dir/s)

Indicate the number of blocks (kilobytes, megabytes) written to files opened with the O_DIRECT flag.

rBlk_svr/s (rkB_svr/s, rMB_svr/s)

Indicate the number of blocks (kilobytes, megabytes) read from the server by the NFS client via an NFS READ request.

wBlk_svr/s (wkB_svr/s, wMB_svr/s)

Indicate the number of blocks (kilobytes, megabytes) written to the server by the NFS client via an NFS WRITE request.

ops/s

Indicate the number of operations that were issued to the filesystem per second.

rops/s

Indicate the number of "read" operations that were issued to the filesystem per second.

wops/s

Indicate the number of "write" operations that were issued to the filesystem per second.

OPTIONS

--debuginfo

Print debug output to stderr.

-h

Make the NFS report easier to read by a human.

-k

Display statistics in kilobytes per second.

-m

Display statistics in megabytes per second.

-t

Print the time for each report displayed. The timestamp format may depend on the value of the S_TIME_FORMAT environment variable (see below).

-V

Print version number then exit. 

ENVIRONMENT

The nfsiostat-sysstat command takes into account the following environment variables: 

S_TIME_FORMAT

If this variable exists and its value is ISO then the current locale will be ignored when printing the date in the report header. The nfsiostat-sysstat command will use the ISO 8601 format (YYYY-MM-DD) instead. The timestamp displayed with option -t will also be compliant with ISO 8601 format.

POSIXLY_CORRECT

When  this variable is set, transfer rates are shown in 512-byte blocks instead of the default 1K blocks.

BUG

/proc filesystem must be mounted for nfsiostat-sysstat to work.

FILE

/proc/self/mountstats contains statistics for network filesystems.

WARNING

The nfsiostat command from the sysstat package (nfsiostat-sysstat) is now obsolete and is no longer maintained. It will be removed in a future sysstat version. Please use now the nfsiostat command from the nfs-utils package.

AUTHOR

Written by Ivana Varekova (varekova <at> redhat.com)

SEE ALSO

nfsiostat(8), sar(1), mpstat(1), pidstat(1), vmstat(8), iostat(1), cifsiostat(1)

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