(The comments found at the beginning of the groff file "man8/nfsiostat.8".)
nfsiostat - Emulate iostat for NFS mount points using /proc/self/mountstats
nfsiostat [[<interval>] [<count>]] [<options>][<mount_point>]
command displays NFS client per-mount statisitics.
specifies the amount of time in seconds between each report.
The first report contains statistics for the time since each file
system was mounted. Each subsequent report contains statistics collected
during the interval since the previous report.
specified, the value of
determines the number of reports generated at
seconds apart. if the interval parameter is
specified without the
parameter, the command generates reports continuously.
If one or more
names are specified, statistics for only these mount points will
be displayed. Otherwise, all NFS mount points on the client are listed.
- The meaning of each column of nfsiostat's output is the following:
This is the number of operations per second.
- rpc bklog
This is the length of the backlog queue.
This is the number of kB written/read per second.
This is the number of kB written/read per each operation.
This is the number of retransmissions.
- avg RTT (ms)
This is the duration from the time that client's kernel sends the RPC request until the time it receives the reply.
- avg exe (ms)
This is the duration from the time that NFS client does the RPC request to its kernel until the RPC request is completed, this includes the RTT time above.
- Note that if an interval is used as argument to nfsiostat, then the diffrence from previous interval will be displayed, otherwise the results will be from the time that the share was mounted.
- -a or --attr
displays statistics related to the attribute cache
- -d or --dir
displays statistics related to directory operations
- -h or --help
shows help message and exit
- -l LIST or --list=LIST
only print stats for first LIST mount points
- -p or --page
displays statistics related to the page cache
- -s or --sort
Sort NFS mount points by ops/second
show program's version number and exit
Chuck Lever <firstname.lastname@example.org>