Application Acceleration and Optimization Guide vA1(7), Cisco ACE 4700 Series Application Control Engine Appliance
Displaying Configuration Information and Statistics for Application Acceleration and Optimization
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Displaying Configuration Information and Statistics for Application Acceleration and Optimization

Table Of Contents

Displaying Configuration Information and Statistics for Application Acceleration and Optimization

Displaying Running-Configuration File Information

Displaying HTTP Optimization Statistics

Displaying Action List Configuration Information

Displaying Parameter Map Configuration Information

Displaying Global Optimize Mode Configuration Information

Where to Go Next


Displaying Configuration Information and Statistics for Application Acceleration and Optimization


This chapter describes the show commands available for displaying application acceleration and optimization-related information and statistics for the ACE. The show commands display information associated with the context from which you execute the command. Each command described in this chapter also includes an explanation of the command output.


Note While the show commands are Exec mode commands, you can execute a show command from any configuration mode by using the do command.


This chapter contains the following major sections:

Displaying Running-Configuration File Information

Displaying HTTP Optimization Statistics

Displaying Action List Configuration Information

Displaying Parameter Map Configuration Information

Displaying Global Optimize Mode Configuration Information

Where to Go Next

Displaying Running-Configuration File Information

To display the ACE running-configuration file associated with the current context to view application acceleration and optimization information, use the following show commands in Exec mode. Configuration entries within each mode in the running-config file appear in chronological order, based on the order in which you configure the ACE. The ACE does not display default configurations in the ACE running-configuration file.

show running-config—Displays all traffic classifications configured in the current context, including optimization configuration information.

show running-config parameter-map—Displays parameter map information configured in the current context, including optimization configuration information.

For example, to display all parameter maps in the current context, enter:

host1/C1# show running-config parameter-map

Displaying HTTP Optimization Statistics

To display HTTP optimization statistics, use the show stats optimization http command in Exec mode. The syntax of this command is as follows:

show stats optimization http

For example, enter:

host1/Admin# show stats optimization http

To clear the HTTP optimization statistics, use the clear stats optimization command in Exec mode. The syntax of this command is as follows:

clear stats optimization

For example, enter:

host1/Admin# clear stats optimization

Table 6-1 describes the fields in the show stats optimization http command output for an HTTP parameter map.

Table 6-1 Field Descriptions for the show stats loadbalance Command Output 

Field
Description

Total Requests

Total number of client browser requests received

Total Noncondensable Requests

Total number of noncondensable requests that could not be fulfilled

Total Deltas

Total number of dynamically calculated content differences, or deltas, between subsequent content retrievals

Total Delta Abandons

Total number of abandons of delta calculations because of more than x% object size growth, or other criteria

Total Rebases

Total number of times the base file that is used for generating deltas has been updated

Total Basefile Hits

Total number of basefile hits

Total Basefile Misses

Total number of basefile misses

Total Requested Object Size in Bytes

Accumulated size (in bytes) of each request object

Total Final Response Size in Bytes

Accumulated size (in bytes) of each condensable and noncondensable response

Total Successful Transformations

Total number of successful transformations for

FlashForward objects.

Total Unsuccessful Transformations

Total number of unsuccessful transformations for

FlashForward objects

Total Transformed Object Requests

Total number of HTTP requests (not IMS) for those transformed FlashForward objects

Total Transformed Object IMS Requests

Total number of If-Modified-Since requests for those transformed FlashForward objects

Total Static Object Hits

Total number of cacheable objects served (not including "304" replies)

Total Static Object Hit Size in Bytes

Accumulated size (in bytes) of the cacheable objects served (not including "304" replies)

Total Static Object Misses

Total number of cacheable objects not found

Total Static Object Miss Size in Bytes

Accumulated size (in bytes) of the cacheable objects not found

Total Refresh Hits

Total number of requests for stale objects that have the responses from the origin server as "Not Modified"

Total IMS Hits

Total number of If-Modified-Since requests for valid copies of objects

Total IMS Misses

Total number of If-Modified-Since requests for objects that either do not exist or are stale

Total Direct Requests

Total number of non-cacheable object requests


Displaying Action List Configuration Information

To display action list configuration information, use the show action-list command in Exec mode. The show output displays all optimization action list configurations and default values.

The syntax of this command is as follows:

show action-list list_name

The list_name argument specifies the name of an existing action list as an unquoted text string with a maximum of 64 alphanumeric characters.

For example, to display configuration information for the ACT_LIST1 action list, enter:

host1/Admin# show action-list ACT_LIST1

 Action-list   : ACT_LIST1
 Type : optimization
    delta                              : enabled
    appscope                           : disabled
    flashforward                       : enabled
    flashforward-object                : disabled
    cache dynamic                      : disabled
    cache forward                      : disabled
    dynamic etag                       : disabled
   

Displaying Parameter Map Configuration Information

To display parameter map configuration information, use the show parameter-map command in Exec mode. The show output displays all application acceleration and optimization parameter map settings and default values.

The syntax of this command is as follows:

show parameter-map map_name

The map_name argument specifies the name of an existing parameter map as an unquoted text string with a maximum of 64 alphanumeric characters.

For example, to display configuration information for the OPTIMIZE_PARAM_MAP action list, enter:

host1/Admin# show parameter-map OPTIMIZE_PARAM_MAP 
Parameter-map : OPTIMIZE_PARAM_MAP
Type : optimization
    ignore-server-content              :
    server-header                      :
    appscope optimize-rate-percent     : 10
    appscope passthru-rate-percent     : 10
    parameter-summary parameter-value-limit: 100
    post-content-buffer-limit          : 40
    request-grouping-string            :
    basefile anonymous-level           : 0
    cache key-modifier                 :
    cache ttl max                      : 259200
    cache ttl min                      : 0
    cache ttl percent                  : 20
    cache parameter                    :
    cache validator                    : lastmodified
    canonical-url                      :
    delta cacheable-content            : disabled
    delta firstvisit                   : disabled
    clientscript-default               : javascript
    delta exclude iframes              : disabled
    delta exclude non-ascii            : disabled
    delta exclude scripts              : disabled
    expires-setting                    : unmodified
    extract meta                       : disabled
    flashforward refresh-policy        : all
    delta name-prefix                  :
    delta page-size max                : 250000
    delta page-size min                : 1024
    delta exclude mime-type            :
    rebase delta-percent               : 50
    rebase flashforward-percent        : 50
    rebase history-size                : 1000
    rebase modification-cooloff-period : 14400
    rebase reset-period                : 900
    cache-policy request               :
    cache-policy response              :
    utf8 threshold                     : 5
    server-load trigger-percent        : 20
    server-load ttl-change-percent     : 20
    delta all-user                     : enabled
    delta per-user                     : disabled
    

Displaying Global Optimize Mode Configuration Information

To display global optimize mode configuration information, use the show optimization-global command in Exec mode. The show output displays all global optimize mode configurations and default values.

The syntax of this command is as follows:

show optimization-global

For example, to display global optimize mode configuration information, enter:

host1/Admin# show optimization-global
    appscope-log                       : disabled
    debug-level                        : 0

Where to Go Next

If you are using the optional Cisco AVS 3180A Management Station with the ACE, proceed to Appendix A, Using the Optional Cisco AVS 3180A Management Station for Reporting. The Cisco AVS 3180A Management Station runs the Management Console that includes database, management, and reporting features, including AppScope reporting, for the ACE optimization functionality.