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System Reporting
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System Reporting

Table Of Contents

System Reporting

Stream Activity

Streams by Array

Streams by Time

Stream Play History

Cache/Fill Bandwidth

Stream Failures

Content Popularity

Content Activity

Content by Ingest Date

Unpublished Package Report

CDSM Audit Logs

Archived Data

CDSM Audit Log Archives

Content Reports

Stream Reports

Stream Failure Reports

Stream Activity Reports


System Reporting


The CDSM provides tools that can be used for system monitoring and system diagnostics. The topics covered in this chapter include:

Stream Activity

Content Activity

CDSM Audit Logs

Archived Data


Note If Virtual Video Infrastructure (VVI) with split-domain management is enabled, the CDSM pages associated with the Vaults and Caching Nodes display only on the VVI Manager (VVIM), and the CDSM pages associated with the Streamers display only on the Stream Manager. For more information, see the "Virtual Video Infrastructure" section on page D-6.


Stream Activity

The Stream Activity reports displays information about streams. The available reports are:

Streams by Array

Streams by Time

Stream Play History

Cache/Fill Bandwidth

Stream Failures

Content Popularity

To access the available Stream Activity reports, choose Report > Stream Activity, and follow the procedure for the specific report described in the following subsections.

Streams by Array

The Stream by Array report lists all streams currently active for a specified group of Streamers.

To view the Stream by Array report, do the following:


Step 1 From the Available Reports drop-down list, choose Streams by Array (Figure 5-1).

Figure 5-1 Available Reports for Stream Activity

Figure 5-2 shows the selection fields for the Streams by Array report.

Figure 5-2 Stream By Array Report Selection Fields

Step 2 From the Stream Array drop-down list, choose a stream array.

Step 3 Choose a modifier. See Table 5-1 for a description of each modifier.

Table 5-1 Streams by Array Modifiers 

Modifier
Description

None (Date Only)

Filter on date only.

Destination IP

Filters the report by the IP address of the destination device you choose in a later step.


Step 4 Using the drop-down lists provided, or the calendars, choose a From Date and To Date for the report.

Step 5 Choose a time breakdown of hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly. The maximum time interval allowed for each breakdown is the following:

Hourly—31 days

Daily—2 years

Weekly— 2 years

Monthly—2 years

Step 6 If you selected a modifier that requires a value, choose or specify the filter value.

Step 7 Click Display.

To clear the fields and start over, click Reset.

Figure 5-3 shows an example of the Streams by Array report covering daily activity over a 15-day period with no optional modifiers selected.

Figure 5-3 Streams by Array Report

The report displays:

Report type (for example, Daily Stream Activity Report for streams by array)

From and to dates

Date and time of each stream count

Total number of standard definition (SD) streams, total number of high-definition (HD) streams, and total streams overall for the time period selected

Click Previous Report to return to the report selection page.


Note Previous Report returns you to the report selection page or the previous report page in a multi-page report. Next Report takes you to the next page in the report.


Step 8 To see more detail, click the total number of streams link. For example, in Figure 5-3, click 5 total. The Session ID Summary is displayed (Figure 5-4).

Figure 5-4 Session ID Summary


Note The Session ID Summary can be sorted by clicking on each column heading.


The report displays:

Session ID

Content name

Start and end date and time

The Session ID Summary can be sorted by clicking on each column heading.

Step 9 To see the stream play history of a specific session, click a session ID (Figure 5-5).


Note If Trick Mode Capture is disabled, the session ID does not link to the stream play history. For information on enabling the Trick Mode Capture, see the "Trick Mode Capture" section on page D-5.


Figure 5-5 Session ID—Stream Play History Drilldown

The report displays:

Session ID

Set-top box MAC address

Termination reason

Date and time of each play or trick mode action

Elapsed time of each action

At the bottom of each Stream Play History report is a legend mapping the action to a color.

Click Previous Report to return to the previous page.


Note Previous Report returns you to the report selection page or the previous report page in a multi-page report. Next Report takes you to the next page in the report.


Step 10 To see details about the stream associated with this session, click Show Stream Data (Figure 5-6).

Figure 5-6 Stream Play History-Stream Data

The Stream Data displays:

Details about the stream (QAM IP address and port, and service group)

Details about the content (content name, ingest information, server ID storing the content, and so on)

Click Hide Stream Data to hide stream data.

Click Previous Report to return to the previous page.

Step 11 To download the report to a comma-separated value (CSV) file, do one of the following:

a. If you are using Internet Explorer as your web browser, click Download and then click Save or Open. Save presents a Save As dialog box. Open opens the CSV file.

b. If you are using another major web browser (for example, Netscape, Firefox, Opera), right-click Download and choose Save Link As, Save Link Target As, or Save Target As depending on the web browser you are using. A Save As dialog box is displayed.


Streams by Time

The Streams by Time report summarizes the number of standard-definition and high-definition streams by the selected time breakdown in the specified time period. This report can be used to analyze slow times of day and to plan outages.

To view the Streams by Time report, do the following:


Step 1 From the Available Reports drop-down list, choose Streams By Time. Figure 5-7 shows the selection fields for the Streams By Time report.

Figure 5-7 Streams by Time Report Selection Fields

Step 2 Using the drop-down lists provided, or the calendars, choose a From Date and To Date for the report.

Step 3 Choose the time breakdown.

Step 4 Click Display.

To clear the fields and start over, click Reset.

Figure 5-8 shows an example of the Streams by Time report with the Per Hour time breakdown selected.

Figure 5-8 Streams by Time Report

The report displays:

Report type (for example: Stream Activity Report for streams by time)

From and to dates

Time of each stream activity survey

Total number of streams for each time within the specified from and to dates

Click Previous Report to return to the previous page.


Note Previous Report returns you to the report selection page or the previous report page in a multi-page report. Next Report takes you to the next page in the report.


Step 5 To download the report to a comma-separated value (CSV) file, do one of the following:

a. If you are using Internet Explorer as your web browser, click Download and then click Save or Open. Save presents a Save As dialog box. Open opens the CSV file.

b. If you are using another major web browser (for example, Netscape, Firefox, Opera), right-click Download and choose Save Link As, Save Link Target As, or Save Target As depending on the web browser you are using. A Save As dialog box is displayed.


Stream Play History

The Stream Play History report lists the trick mode history for specified streams.

To view the Stream Play History report, do the following:


Step 1 From the Available Reports drop-down list, choose Stream Play History. Figure 5-13 shows the selection fields for the Stream Play History report.

Figure 5-9 Stream Play History Report Selection Fields

Step 2 Choose a modifier. See Table 5-2 for a description of each modifier.

Table 5-2 Stream Play History Modifiers

Modifier
Description

None (Date Only)

Displays a list of all streams (Session ID Summary) filtered by the from and to dates.

Session Handle

Filters the report by a session handle you specify in a later step.

Destination IP

Filters the report by the IP address of the destination device you choose in a later step.


Step 3 Using the drop-down lists provided, or the calendars, choose a From Date and To Date for the report.


Note Selecting Session ID displays the complete play history for the specified session. The From Date and To Date fields are bypassed.



Note Selecting None (Date Only) displays the Session ID Summary. To see the play history of a specific session, click a Session ID in the Session ID Summary report.


Step 4 If you selected a modifier, choose or specify the filtered value. For example, if you choose Service Group as the modifier, you specify which Service Group.

Step 5 Click Display.

To clear the fields and start over, click Reset.

Figure 5-14 shows an example of the Stream Play History report.

Figure 5-10 Stream Play History Report


Note The Session ID Summary can be sorted by clicking on each column heading.


The report displays:

Session ID

Content name

Start and end date and time

Step 6 To see the stream play history of a specific session, click a session ID (Figure 5-11).


Note If Trick Mode Capture is disabled, the session ID does not link to the stream play history. For information on enabling the Trick Mode Capture, see the "Trick Mode Capture" section on page D-5.


Figure 5-11 Session ID Stream Play History Drilldown

The report displays:

Session ID

Set-top box MAC address

Termination reason

Server ID of the Play server that served the trick mode

Date and time of each play or trick mode action

Elapsed time of each action

Click Previous Report to return to the previous page.

Step 7 To see details about the stream associated with this session, click Show Stream Data (Figure 5-12).

Figure 5-12 Stream Play History—Stream Data

The Stream Data displays:

Details about the stream (QAM IP address and port, and service group)

Details about the content (content name, ingest information, server ID storing the content, and so on)

Click Hide Stream Data to hide stream data.

Click Previous Report to return to the previous page.

At the bottom of each Stream Play History report is a legend mapping the action to a color.


Note Previous Report returns you to the report selection page or the previous report page in a multi-page report. Next Report takes you to the next page in the report.


Step 8 To download the report to a comma-separated value (CSV) file, do one of the following:

a. If you are using Internet Explorer as your web browser, click Download and then click Save or Open. Save presents a Save As dialog box. Open opens the CSV file.

b. If you are using another major web browser (for example, Netscape, Firefox, Opera), right-click Download and choose Save Link As, Save Link Target As, or Save Target As depending on the web browser you are using. A Save As dialog box is displayed.


Cache/Fill Bandwidth

The Cache/Fill Bandwidth report displays details on the content caching activity on a Streamer.

To view the Cache/Fill Bandwidth report, do the following:


Step 1 From the Available Reports drop-down list, choose Cache/Fill Bandwidth. Figure 5-13 shows the selection fields for the Cache/Fill Bandwidth report.

Figure 5-13 Cache/Fill Bandwidth Report Selection Fields

Step 2 From the Server Array drop-down list, choose a server array.

Step 3 Using the drop-down lists provided, or the calendars, choose a From Date and To Date for the report.

Step 4 From the Server ID drop-down list, choose a Streamer.

Step 5 Click Display.

To clear the fields and start over, click Reset.

Figure 5-14 shows an example of the Cache/Fill Bandwidth report.

Figure 5-14 Cache/Fill Bandwidth Report

The report displays the minimum, average, and maximum bandwidth used for the selected Streamer.

Click Previous Report to return to the previous page.


Note Previous Report returns you to the report selection page or the previous report page in a multi-page report. Next Report takes you to the next page in the report.


Step 6 To download the report to a comma-separated value (CSV) file, do one of the following:

a. If you are using Internet Explorer as your web browser, click Download and then click Save or Open. Save presents a Save As dialog box. Open opens the CSV file.

b. If you are using another major web browser (for example, Netscape, Firefox, Opera), right-click Download and choose Save Link As, Save Link Target As, or Save Target As depending on the web browser you are using. A Save As dialog box is displayed.


Stream Failures

The Stream Failures report lists the number of stream failures.

To view the Stream Failures report, do the following:


Step 1 From the Available Reports drop-down list, choose Stream Failures. Figure 5-15 shows the selection fields for the Stream Failures report.

Figure 5-15 Stream Failures Report Selection Fields

Step 2 Choose an error code, if applicable. See Table 4-8 in the "Stream Failures" section on page 4-18 for descriptions of possible error codes.

Step 3 Choose a modifier. See Table 5-3 for a description of each modifier.

Table 5-3 Stream Failure Modifiers

Modifier
Description

Service Group

Filters the report by the service group that you choose in a later step.

Server ID

Filters the report by a server ID that you choose in a later step.


Step 4 Using the drop-down lists provided, or the calendars, choose a From Date and To Date for the report.

Step 5 Choose a time breakdown of hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly. The maximum time interval allowed for each breakdown is the following:

Hourly—31 days

Daily—2 years

Weekly—2 years

Monthly—2 years

Step 6 If you selected a modifier, choose the filter value.

Step 7 Click Display.

To clear the fields and start over, click Reset.

Figure 5-16 shows an example of the Stream Failures report.

Figure 5-16 Stream Failures Report

The report displays:

Report type

From and to dates

Date (and time if applicable) of each time breakdown

Total number of failures for each time breakdown selected

Step 8 To see more detail, click the total number of failures link. The Stream Failure Details report is displayed (Figure 5-17).

Figure 5-17 Stream Failure Details

The report displays:

Date and time of the failure

Session ID of the failed stream

QAM IP address

Server ID that was sending the stream at the time of the failure

Service Group

Error code

The report can be sorted by clicking on each column heading.

Step 9 To see the stream play history of a specific session, click a session ID.


Note If Trick Mode Capture is disabled, the session ID does not link to the stream play history. For information on enabling the Trick Mode Capture, see the "Trick Mode Capture" section on page D-5.


Click Previous Report to return to the previous page.

Step 10 To see details about the stream associated with this session, click Show Stream Data.

Click Hide Stream Data to hide stream data.

Click Previous Report to return to the previous page.


Note Previous Report returns you to the report selection page or the previous report page in a multi-page report. Next Report takes you to the next page in the report.


Step 11 To download the report to a comma-separated value (CSV) file, do one of the following:

a. If you are using Internet Explorer as your web browser, click Download and then click Save or Open. Save presents a Save As dialog box. Open opens the CSV file.

b. If you are using another major web browser (for example, Netscape, Firefox, Opera), right-click Download and choose Save Link As, Save Link Target As, or Save Target As depending on the web browser you are using. A Save As dialog box is displayed.


Content Popularity

The Content Popularity report lists the content by their filenames and ranks them in order of popularity.

To view the Content Popularity report, do the following:


Step 1 From the Available Reports drop-down list, choose Content Popularity. Figure 5-18 shows the selection fields for the Content Popularity report.

Figure 5-18 Content Popularity Report Selection Fields

Step 2 Using the drop-down lists provided, or the calendars, choose a Start Time and End Time for the report.

Step 3 Click Display.

To clear the fields and start over, click Reset.

Figure 5-19 shows an example of the Content Popularity report.

Figure 5-19 Content Popularity Report

The report displays:

Report type

Optional modifiers if applicable

From and to dates

Content object name

Total number of streams for each content streamed in the specified time period

Step 4 To view content details, click the content object name. The Content Detail report is displayed (Figure 5-20).

Figure 5-20 Content Popularity Details

Click Close to close this window.

Click Previous Report to return to the previous page.


Note Previous Report returns you to the report selection page or the previous report page in a multi-page report. Next Report takes you to the next page in the report.


Step 5 To download the report to a comma-separated value (CSV) file, do one of the following:

a. If you are using Internet Explorer as your web browser, click Download and then click Save or Open. Save presents a Save As dialog box. Open opens the CSV file.

b. If you are using another major web browser (for example, Netscape, Firefox, Opera), right-click Download and choose Save Link As, Save Link Target As, or Save Target As depending on the web browser you are using. A Save As dialog box is displayed.


Content Activity

The Content Activity report lists all content stored on all Vaults in the specified group and all unpublished packages. The available reports are:

Content by Ingest Date

Unpublished Package Report

Content by Ingest Date

To view the Content by Ingest Date report, do the following:


Step 1 Click Report > Content Activity. The Content Activity selection page is displayed.

Step 2 From the Available Reports drop-down list, choose Content By Ingest Date (Figure 5-24).

Figure 5-21 Content Activity Selection Fields

Step 3 From the Array drop-down list, choose an array.

Step 4 Using the drop-down lists provided, or the calendars, choose a From Date and To Date for the report.

Step 5 Choose Include Deleted to include content that has been deleted from the array; otherwise, choose Exclude Deleted.

Step 6 Click Display.

To clear the fields and start over, click Reset.

Figure 5-25 shows an example of the Content Activity report.

Figure 5-22 Content Activity Report

The report displays:

Report type

From and to dates

Content filenames

Creation date

Destroyed date

Step 7 To view the details of an in-service content object, click the content filename link (Figure 5-23).

Figure 5-23 Content Detail

Click Close to close this window.

Click Previous Report to return to the previous page.


Note Previous Report returns you to the report selection page or the previous report page in a multi-page report. Next Report takes you to the next page in the report.


Step 8 To download the report to a comma-separated value (CSV) file, do one of the following:

a. If you are using Internet Explorer as your web browser, click Download and then click Save or Open. Save presents a Save As dialog box. Open opens the CSV file.

b. If you are using another major web browser (for example, Netscape, Firefox, Opera), right-click Download and choose Save Link As, Save Link Target As, or Save Target As depending on the web browser you are using. A Save As dialog box is displayed.


Unpublished Package Report

To view the Unpublished Package report, do the following:


Step 1 Choose Report > Content Activity. The Content Activity selection page is displayed.

Step 2 From the Available Reports drop-down list, choose Unpublished Package Report (Figure 5-24).

Figure 5-24 Unpublished Package Selection Fields

Step 3 Using the drop-down lists provided, or the calendars, choose a From Date and To Date for the report.

Step 4 Click Display.

To clear the fields and start over, click Reset.

Figure 5-25 shows an example of the Unpublished Package report.

Figure 5-25 Unpublished Package Report

The report displays:

Report type

From and to dates

Package names

Creation date

Source URL

Target URL

Number of assets associated with the package

Step 5 Click New Report to return to the previous page.

Step 6 To download the report to a comma-separated value (CSV) file, do one of the following:

a. If you are using Internet Explorer as your web browser, click Download and then click Save or Open. Save presents a Save As dialog box. Open opens the CSV file.

b. If you are using another major web browser (for example, Netscape, Firefox, Opera), right-click Download and choose Save Link As, Save Link Target As, or Save Target As depending on the web browser you are using. A Save As dialog box is displayed.


CDSM Audit Logs

The CDSM Audit log keeps track of every configuration change, deletion of monitored items, and maintenance actions.

To view the CDSM Audit logs, do the following:


Step 1 Choose Report > CDSM Audit logs. Figure 5-26 shows the selection fields for the CDSM Audit logs.

Figure 5-26 CDSM Audit Log Selection Fields

Step 2 Using the drop-down lists provided, or the calendars, choose a From Date and To Date for the log.

Step 3 Click Display.

To clear the fields and start over, click Reset.

Figure 5-27 shows an example of the CDSM Audit log.

Figure 5-27 CDSM Audit Log

The log displays:

From and to dates

Action taken (Section Descriptor)

User who took the action

System used

Date the action occurred

Step 4 To get more information about the action taken, click a section descriptor. The CDSM Audit Log Detail is displayed in a new window. Click Close to close the window.

Step 5 To download the report to a comma-separated value (CSV) file, do one of the following:

a. If you are using Internet Explorer as your web browser, click Download and then click Save or Open. Save presents a Save As dialog box. Open opens the CSV file.

b. If you are using another major web browser (for example, Netscape, Firefox, Opera), right-click Download and choose Save Link As, Save Link Target As, or Save Target As depending on the web browser you are using. A Save As dialog box is displayed.


Archived Data


Note The CSV files are generated every 24 hours and are deleted when they are older than 30 days. The CSV files are accessible by going to the /arroyo/asmrpt directory, or by using an FTP client with the username "asmrpt" and the password "asmrpt."


Monitoring data is archived in comma-separated value (CSV) format for use in a spreadsheet program, database, or other software. Table 5-4 describes the different archived data.

Table 5-4 Archived Data Types

Archive
Description

CDSM Audit Log Archives

Log of configuration changes that were made to the system and when the changes were made.

Content Reports

Archive of content ingested.

Stream Reports

Archive of all streams.

Stream Failure Reports

Archive of trick mode and play actions that occurred on all streams.


To download an archived data report, do the following:


Step 1 Choose Report > Archived Data. The Archived Data page is displayed.

Step 2 From the Archives drop-down list, choose an archive and click Next.

Step 3 Right-click the HTTP link of the report you want to download and choose Save Target As, Save Link As, Save Link Target As, or Save Target As depending on the web browser you are using. A Save As dialog box is displayed (Figure 5-28).

Figure 5-28 Save As Dialog Box

Step 4 Choose a location and name for the file and click Save.

Step 5 The CSV file is compressed using gzip (extension .gz). Decompress the file using a decompression tool that includes the gzip compression code, such as Winzip, PowerArchiver 6.1, or 7-zip.


CDSM Audit Log Archives

The CDSM Audit log archives contain the same information as the CDSM Audit logs. For more information, see the "CDSM Audit Logs" section.

Content Reports

Table 5-5 describes the fields in the Content Report CSV files.

Table 5-5 Content Report Archive Fields 

Field
Description

mGoid

Global object identifier. Used by the CDS database.

mName

The name of the content file.

mProvider

Not applicable.

mCategory

Not applicable.

mFactoryId

Not applicable.

mOpState

Operational state is not used and is always 2 (In Service).

mAdminState

Administrative state is not used and is always 2 (In Service).

mProvisionForPush

Type of FTP provisioned. Values are:

0—FTP pull

1—FTP push

3—Live recording

mURL

URL of the content file. This field is applicable only for FTP pull.

mIngestIpAddress

IP address of the ingest interface on the Vault used to download the content file.

mIngestFileSize

Content file size, in bytes.

mCreateTime

Time and date this content file was created. The time and date is represented in seconds since the start of Unix epoch time.1

mLastModifiedTime

Time and date this content file was last modified. The time and date is represented in seconds since the start of Unix epoch time.1

mDeleteTime

Time and date this content file was deleted. The time and date is represented in seconds since the start of Unix epoch time1.

mServerId

Server ID of the Vault server that is the primary source for this content file.

mAssetName

Asset name of the content, if populated.

mEncrypted

Not applicable.

mRate

Transmit rate requirement of the file, in bytes per second.

1 Unix epoch time is 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z


Stream Reports

Table 5-6 describes the fields in the Stream Report CSV files.

Table 5-6 Stream Report Archive Fields 

Field
Description

mSessionId

Session ID of the stream.

mGoid

Global object identifier. Used by the CDS database.

mTsIdOut

Not applicable.

mTsIdIn

Not applicable.

mProgramNumber

Not applicable.

mBandwidthUsed

This field is applicable only when Streaming Mode is set to ASI.

The transport stream bandwidth, in bytes, required for this stream object.

mQAMIp

IP address of the QAM device that participated in transmitting the stream.

The IP address is represented as an integer. For example, 3232235818 decimal converts to C0A8012A hexadecimal, which translates to 192.168.1.42

mQAMPort

Port the QAM device is using to receive the stream object.

mSetTopMac

Not applicable.

mServiceGroup

Not applicable.

mStartTime

Timestamp when the stream was created. The timestamp is represented in seconds since the start of Unix epoch time.1

mLastTime

Not applicable.

1 Unix epoch time is 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z


Stream Failure Reports

Table 5-7 describes the fields in the Stream Failure Report CSV files.

Table 5-7 Stream Failure Report Archive Fields 

Field
Description

mSessionId

Session ID of the failed stream.

mKey

CDS database key for this record.

mServerId

Server ID of the Streamer that participated in transmitting the stream.

mGroupId

Array ID the Streamer is associated with.

mServiceGroup

Service group that participated in transmitting the stream.

mQAMIp

IP address of the QAM device that participated in transmitting the stream.

The IP address is represented as an integer. For example, 3232235818 decimal converts to C0A8012A hexadecimal, which translates to 192.168.1.42

mEventTime

Timestamp of when the event occurred. The timestamp is represented in seconds since the start of Unix epoch time.1

mOperation

Operation that was taking place when the stream failed. For example: createStream, LSCP Command(), createServant, destroy. These are the measurement points or transactional states of the system at the time of the failure. See Table 4-8 on page 4-19 for more information.

mErrorCode

Error code provides a description of the event that caused the error. See Table 4-8 on page 4-19  for more information.

mOperand

Operand that was being operated on at the time of the failure, for example, the StreamID is the operand if a stream was being created or controlled at the time of failure.

mTask

Failed task is the event category indicating the type of execution sequence that the call stack was currently within at the time of the failure. See Table 4-8 on page 4-19 for more information.

1 Unix epoch time is 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z


Stream Activity Reports

The Stream Activity Reports archive contains all trick mode and play actions of all streams within the given 24-hour period. Table 5-8 describes the fields that are exported to the CSV file.

Table 5-8 Stream Activity Report Fields 

Field
Description

mSessionId

Session ID of the stream.

mActionTime

Timestamp when the stream activity occurred. The timestamp is represented in seconds since the start of Unix epoch time.1

mServerId

Server ID of the Streamer that is providing the stream.

mOpState

Operational state is not used and is always zero (0).

mStreamState

Stream state is not used and is always zero (0).

mSpeed

Speed direction is as follows:

1 means play

0 means not paused/stopped

n means n times fast-forward

-n means n times rewind

mNptOffset

Current point in time (milliseconds) where the stream is on the set-top box, based on from NPT and to NPT.

mDestroyedReason

This field is only populated if the stream is destroyed by the CDS orphan stream handler. The CDS orphan stream handler only destroys a stream for one of the following two reasons:

Orphan session is detected

LSCP timeout maximum has been reached

1 Unix epoch time is 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z