varnishstat and memory usage
marco at nucleus.it
Thu Aug 29 15:56:31 CEST 2013
On Mon, 26 Aug 2013 12:17:44 +0200
Lasse Karstensen <lkarsten at varnish-software.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 07, 2013 at 01:00:52PM +0200, Marco Felettigh wrote:
> > can someone explain please what this values mean ?
> g means gauge, c means counter.
> s0 means that this is the first configured storage backend. (for
> example one -smalloc,XX argument)
> > varnish-3.0.2
> > from varnishstat -1 :
> > SMA.s0.c_bytes 4421961276 14330.40 Bytes allocated
> > Bytes allocated from Varnish for all the things;
> > cache , thread etc . Right ?
> > SMA.s0.c_freed 3336892882 10813.98 Bytes freed
> > freed ? that means that in the uptime of my Varnish instance it
> > freed 3,3GB of bytes from the cache ?
> Yes. Usually you don't need to care about these.
> > So this counter can go beyond Bytes allocated ?
> > SMA.s0.g_bytes 1085068394 . Bytes outstanding
> > These are the bytes used by cache ?
> If you want to graph storage use, have a look at the munin plugin for
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