Open the console and select Server Statistics. The console displays a dialog containing a set of
statistics on the server's activity since the installation or the last server statistics reset:
Total Uptime: The total time during which the server was up.
Uptime since Last Restart: The time during which the server was up since the last start or restart.
Total Hits: The total number of processed requests for all the hosts. It includes also bad requests that were not targeting a specific host and that resulted in an error.
Compressed Hits: The number of processed requests that resulted in compressed responses across all the hosts.
Error Hits: The number of requests for which the server replied by an error.
HTML Hits: The number of requests the server replied to by a document which
MIME type was text/html.
Image Hits: The number of requests the server replied to by a document which
MIME type starts with image/.
Not Modified Hits: The number of requests for which the server detected that the requested
document has not changed.
Transferred Data: The total size of the payload sent by the server to the clients.
Compression Savings: The amount of data that was saved thanks to the compressed responses sent by the server to the clients.
Figure 4-1. Server Statistics dialog
The server statistics are refreshed automatically every 10 seconds. You can also press Refresh
for immediate refreshing. They can be reset by pressing Reset.
Press OK to go back to the main console page.
Note: The statistics are preserved when the server is shut down.
Note: The server statistics are also available in real time to scripts and XSSI pages. Refer to the "CGI environment variables" for more information.
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