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RESXTOP counters for Networking June 19, 2012

Posted by vbry21 in RESXTOP.
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The following are a list of the most interesting statistics which can be gathered within RESXTOP.

To display network statistics in RESXTOP, type n in the window.

Configuration information about the objects is listed first, followed by the performance metrics.

The USED-BY column identifies the network connections by:

Physical adapter – An example is vmnic0.

vSphere network object – One example is VMkernel port, such as vmk0.

MbRX/s – Amount of data received in Mbps

PKTTX/s – Average number of packets transmitted per second in the sampling interval

PKTRX/s – Average number of packets received per second in the sampling interval

%DRPTX – Percentage of outbound packets dropped in the sampling interval

%DRPRX – Percentage of inbound packets dropped in the sampling interval

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