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%Monitor.System.AbstractMetrics

Abstract class for %Monitor.System

Property Inventory (Including Private)

Properties (Including Private)

property BuffSent as %Monitor.Integer;
Network buffers sent
Property methods: BuffSentDisplayToLogical(), BuffSentGet(), BuffSentIsValid(), BuffSentLogicalToDisplay(), BuffSentNormalize(), BuffSentSet()
property IJCMsgRd as %Monitor.Integer;
Local IJC messages read
Property methods: IJCMsgRdDisplayToLogical(), IJCMsgRdGet(), IJCMsgRdIsValid(), IJCMsgRdLogicalToDisplay(), IJCMsgRdNormalize(), IJCMsgRdSet()
property IJCMsgWt as %Monitor.Integer;
Local IJC messages written
Property methods: IJCMsgWtDisplayToLogical(), IJCMsgWtGet(), IJCMsgWtIsValid(), IJCMsgWtLogicalToDisplay(), IJCMsgWtNormalize(), IJCMsgWtSet()
property IJCNetMsg as %Monitor.Integer;
Network IJC messages written
Property methods: IJCNetMsgDisplayToLogical(), IJCNetMsgGet(), IJCNetMsgIsValid(), IJCNetMsgLogicalToDisplay(), IJCNetMsgNormalize(), IJCNetMsgSet()
property LockCom as %Monitor.Integer;
Lock commands
Property methods: LockComDisplayToLogical(), LockComGet(), LockComIsValid(), LockComLogicalToDisplay(), LockComNormalize(), LockComSet()
property LockFail as %Monitor.Integer;
Failed lock commands
Property methods: LockFailDisplayToLogical(), LockFailGet(), LockFailIsValid(), LockFailLogicalToDisplay(), LockFailNormalize(), LockFailSet()
property LockSucc as %Monitor.Integer;
Successful lock commands
Property methods: LockSuccDisplayToLogical(), LockSuccGet(), LockSuccIsValid(), LockSuccLogicalToDisplay(), LockSuccNormalize(), LockSuccSet()
property NetLock as %Monitor.Integer;
Network locks
Property methods: NetLockDisplayToLogical(), NetLockGet(), NetLockIsValid(), NetLockLogicalToDisplay(), NetLockNormalize(), NetLockSet()
property Retransmit as %Monitor.Integer;
Network retransmits
Property methods: RetransmitDisplayToLogical(), RetransmitGet(), RetransmitIsValid(), RetransmitLogicalToDisplay(), RetransmitNormalize(), RetransmitSet()
property RtnFetch as %Monitor.Integer;
Routine fetches
Property methods: RtnFetchDisplayToLogical(), RtnFetchGet(), RtnFetchIsValid(), RtnFetchLogicalToDisplay(), RtnFetchNormalize(), RtnFetchSet()
property RtnLine as %Monitor.Integer;
Routine lines executed
Property methods: RtnLineDisplayToLogical(), RtnLineGet(), RtnLineIsValid(), RtnLineLogicalToDisplay(), RtnLineNormalize(), RtnLineSet()
property RtnLoad as %Monitor.Integer;
Routine loads
Property methods: RtnLoadDisplayToLogical(), RtnLoadGet(), RtnLoadIsValid(), RtnLoadLogicalToDisplay(), RtnLoadNormalize(), RtnLoadSet()
property SeqRead as %Monitor.Integer;
Sequential reads
Property methods: SeqReadDisplayToLogical(), SeqReadGet(), SeqReadIsValid(), SeqReadLogicalToDisplay(), SeqReadNormalize(), SeqReadSet()
property SeqWrt as %Monitor.Integer;
Sequential writes
Property methods: SeqWrtDisplayToLogical(), SeqWrtGet(), SeqWrtIsValid(), SeqWrtLogicalToDisplay(), SeqWrtNormalize(), SeqWrtSet()
property TermChRd as %Monitor.Integer;
Terminal read chars
Property methods: TermChRdDisplayToLogical(), TermChRdGet(), TermChRdIsValid(), TermChRdLogicalToDisplay(), TermChRdNormalize(), TermChRdSet()
property TermChWrt as %Monitor.Integer;
Terminal write chars
Property methods: TermChWrtDisplayToLogical(), TermChWrtGet(), TermChWrtIsValid(), TermChWrtLogicalToDisplay(), TermChWrtNormalize(), TermChWrtSet()
property TermRead as %Monitor.Integer;
Terminal reads
Property methods: TermReadDisplayToLogical(), TermReadGet(), TermReadIsValid(), TermReadLogicalToDisplay(), TermReadNormalize(), TermReadSet()
property TermWrite as %Monitor.Integer;
Terminal writes
Property methods: TermWriteDisplayToLogical(), TermWriteGet(), TermWriteIsValid(), TermWriteLogicalToDisplay(), TermWriteNormalize(), TermWriteSet()

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