[OpenAFS] broken callbacks
Fri, 22 Apr 2016 09:37:48 +0200
Mark Vitale <email@example.com> writes:
> nFEs is the number of FileEntry table entries currently in use by the fileserver.
> One entry is used for each unique file (vnode) the fileserver has given callbacks for.
> nCBs is the number of CallBack table entries currently in use by the fileserver.
> One entry is used for each callback the fileserver has given out.
Thanks, so nCBs will always be greater than nFEs?
> You could use the fileserver -auditlog to track accesses by fid (which includes the volume id).
Thanks, I have activated -auditlog on one of our servers to see the
impact on the fileserver. Quite a lot of information - unfortunately
this requires a restart of the file server to de-/activate. It seems the
content is similar to FileLog after sending one TSTP to the fileserver,
but with a bit more information on transactionsans slightly easier to
> Or for grand totals, you can continue to store the information you are
> getting from xstat_fs_test.
Thats the plan to get a feeling for the base line utilization; I also
plan to monitor GotSomeSpaces.
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