Network OS MIB Reference
Network OS MIB Reference
Network OS 2.1.1
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FibreAlliance MIB Objects : Statistics group

Statistics group
Each individual port has only one statistics table. If the object in the statistics table is not supported by the connectivity unit, then the high-order bit is set to 1 and the other bits are set to 0.
The high-order bit is reserved to indicate whether the object is supported or not. All objects start at a value of 0 during the hardware initialization and increment until the objects reach 63 bits, and then wrap to 0.
 
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The number of frames that have been transmitted by the port. A Fibre Channel (FC) frame starts with a Start Of Frame (SOF) and ends with an End Of Frame (EOF). FC loop devices will not count frames that are passed through. This value represents the sum total for all other transmitted objects.
The number of frames, packets, IOs, and so forth that have been received by the port. A FC frame starts with SOF and ends with EOF. FC loop devices will not count frames that are passed through. This value represents the sum total for all other received objects.
The number of octets or bytes that have been transmitted by the port. There is a one-second periodic polling of the port. This value is saved and compared with the next polled value to compute net throughput.
The number of octets or bytes that have been received by the port. There is a one-second periodic polling of the port. This value is saved and compared with the next polled value to compute net throughput.
The number of occurrences when all input buffers of a port were full and outbound buffer-to-buffer credit transitioned to 0. There is no credit to provide to other side. This is an FC statistic only.
The number of times that Fabric Busy (FBSY) was returned to the port as a result of a frame that could not be delivered to the other end of the link. This occurs if either the fabric or the destination port is temporarily busy. Port can only occur on SOFc1 frames (the frames that establish a connection).
This is an FC statistic only. This is the sum of all classes. If you cannot keep the by-class counters, then keep the sum counters.
The number of times that Port Busy (PBSY) was returned to the port as a result of a frame that could not be delivered to the other end of the link. This occurs if the destination port is temporarily busy. PBSY can only occur on SOFc1 frames (the frames that establish a connection).
This is an FC statistic only. This is the sum of all classes. If you cannot keep the by-class counters, then keep the sum counters.
The number of times that Fabric Reject (FRJT) was returned to the port as a result of a frame that was rejected by the fabric.
The number of times that FRJT was returned to the port as a result of a frame that was rejected at the destination N_Port.
The number of times that FBSY was returned to the port as a result of a class 1 frame that could not be delivered to the other end of the link. This occurs if either the fabric or the destination port is temporarily busy. FBSY can only occur on SOFc1 frames (the frames that establish a connection).
The number of times that PBSY was returned to the port as a result of a class 1 frame that could not be delivered to the other end of the link. This occurs if the destination N_Port is temporarily busy. PBSY can only occur on SOFc1 frames (the frames that establish a connection). This is an FC statistic only.
The number of times that FRJT was returned to the port as a result of a class 1 frame that was rejected by the fabric. This is an FC statistic only.
The number of times that FRJT was returned to the port as a result of a class 1 frame that was rejected at the destination N_Port. This is an FC statistic only.
The number of times that FBSY was returned to the port as a result of a class 2 frame that could not be delivered to the other end of the link. This occurs if either the fabric or the destination port is temporarily busy. FBSY can only occur on SOFc1 frames (the frames that establish a connection).
The number of times that PBSY was returned to the port as a result of a class 2 frame that could not be delivered to the other end of the link. This occurs if the destination N_Port is temporarily busy. PBSY can only occur on SOFc1 frames (the frames that establish a connection). This is an FC statistic only.
The number of times that FRJT was returned to the port as a result of a class 2 frame that was rejected by the fabric. This is an FC statistic only.
The number of times that FRJT was returned to the port as a result of a class 2 frame that was rejected at the destination N_Port. This is an FC statistic only.
The number of class 3 frames that were discarded upon reception at the port. There is no FBSY or FRJT generated for class 3 frames. They are discarded if they cannot be delivered. This is an FC statistic only.
connUnitPortStatCountRxMulticastObjects
connUnitPortStatCountTxMulticastObjects
connUnitPortStatCountRxBroadcastObjects
connUnitPortStatCountTxBroadcastObjects
The number of broadcast frames or packets transmitted out the port. On an FC loop, this object counts only the Open Replicate Primitive (OPNr) frames generated.
connUnitPortStatCountNumberLinkResets
The number of link resets and Loop Initialization Primitive (LIP) sequences detected at the port. The number of times the reset link protocol is initiated. This is a count of the logical resets, a count of the number of primitives. This is an FC statistic only.
connUnitPortStatCountRxOfflineSequences
connUnitPortStatCountTxOfflineSequences
connUnitPortStatCountNumberOfflineSequences
The number of frames received with an invalid Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC). This count is a part of the LESB. Loop ports will not count CRC errors passing through when monitoring. This is an FC statistic only.
The number of invalid transmission words received at the port. This count is a part of the LESB. This is an FC statistic only.
connUnitPortStatCountPrimitiveSequenceProtocolErrors
The number of primitive sequence protocol errors detected at the port. This count is a part of the LESB. This is an FC statistic only.
connUnitPortStatCountLossofSynchronization
The number of instances of synchronization loss detected at the port. This count is a part of the LESB. This is an FC statistic only.
connUnitPortStatCountInvalidOrderedSets
The number of frames received at the port where the frame length is greater than what is agreed to in the Fabric Login (FLOGI) or in the Port Login (PLOGI). This could be caused by losing the end of frame delimiter. This is an FC statistic only.
The number of frames received at the port where the frame length is less than the minimum indicated by the frame header. The frame length is normally 24 bytes, but could be longer if the Data Field Control (DFCTL) field indicates that an optional header can be present. This is an FC statistic only.
The number of frames received with unknown addressing (for example, a SID or DID not known to the routing algorithm).
connUnitPortStatCountEncodingDisparityErrors

FibreAlliance MIB Objects : Statistics group