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How IBM Traveler Unsuccessful Syncs are Calculated for Devices

GSX Monitor is not in itself calculating the number of unsuccessful syncs for devices, instead, it is parsing the information from statistics generated by the Traveler server. 

Below we outline which statistics are used to calculate the Traveler unsuccessful syncs in GSX Monitor.

GSX Monitor 11.x.x | IBM Traveler

 

How it Works

GSX Monitor issues the remote console command Stat Show to the Traveler server through the Domino API. Stat Show provides all the IBM Traveler platform statistics including the percentage of prime syncs and device syncs that were successful and the average time syncs are taking.

The following list highlights the Device Sync return codes:

  • 200=Successful
  • 408=Request Timeout (the device did not respond before the server timed out the session)
  • 409=Conflict (the device started a new session that caused this session to be aborted)
  • 500=Unknown Error
  • 503=Server Busy

GSX Monitor will add up all of the non-successful return codes and use this number as the total unsuccessful syncs.

 

Here is an example of Traveler Stat Show output:

   DeviceSync.Bytes.In.B = 1555581
   DeviceSync.Bytes.Out.B = 21509810
   DeviceSync.Count.200 = 2268
   DeviceSync.Count.408 = 13
   DeviceSync.Count.409 = 15
   DeviceSync.Count.412 = 11
   DeviceSync.Count.500 = 17
   DeviceSync.Documents.ToDevice.Calendar.Add = 542
   DeviceSync.Documents.ToDevice.Calendar.Delete = 40
   DeviceSync.Documents.ToDevice.Calendar.Update = 107
   DeviceSync.Documents.ToDevice.Contacts.Add = 629
   DeviceSync.Documents.ToDevice.Mail.Add = 3751
   DeviceSync.Documents.ToDevice.Mail.Delete = 1712
   DeviceSync.Documents.ToDevice.Mail.Update = 479
   DeviceSync.Documents.ToDevice.ToDo.Add = 13
   DeviceSync.Documents.ToDevice.ToDo.Delete = 1
   DeviceSync.Documents.ToDevice.ToDo.Update = 9
   DeviceSync.Documents.ToServer.Calendar.Add = 2
   DeviceSync.Documents.ToServer.Calendar.Delete = 1
   DeviceSync.Documents.ToServer.Calendar.Update = 3
   DeviceSync.Documents.ToServer.Mail.Add = 24
   DeviceSync.Documents.ToServer.Mail.Delete = 89
   DeviceSync.Documents.ToServer.Mail.Update = 182
   DeviceSync.Documents.ToServer.ToDo.Delete = 1
   DeviceSync.Documents.ToServer.ToDo.Update = 2
   DeviceSync.FetchCache.Add = 1760
   DeviceSync.FetchCache.Expired = 878
   DeviceSync.FetchCache.Missing = 652
   DeviceSync.Time.200.Milliseconds = 17721648
   DeviceSync.Time.408.Milliseconds = 4502543
   DeviceSync.Time.409.Milliseconds = 3948921
   DeviceSync.Time.412.Milliseconds = 0
   DeviceSync.Time.500.Milliseconds = 0
   DeviceSync.Time.Histogram.200.000-001 = 1288
   DeviceSync.Time.Histogram.200.001-002 = 230
   DeviceSync.Time.Histogram.200.002-005 = 192
   DeviceSync.Time.Histogram.200.005-010 = 300
   DeviceSync.Time.Histogram.200.010-030 = 180
   DeviceSync.Time.Histogram.200.030-060 = 46
   DeviceSync.Time.Histogram.200.060-120 = 11
   DeviceSync.Time.Histogram.200.120-Inf = 21
   DeviceSync.Time.Histogram.408.120-Inf = 10
   DeviceSync.Time.Histogram.409.010-030 = 2
   DeviceSync.Time.Histogram.409.060-120 = 1
   DeviceSync.Time.Histogram.409.120-Inf = 12
   DeviceSync.Time.Histogram.412.000-001 = 11
   DeviceSync.Time.Histogram.500.000-001 = 17

 

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