Log Decoder Details View

The Log Decoder Details view provides information for the Log Decoder. The following figure shows the Log Decoder Details.

Log Decoder Details view

For the related procedure, see Monitor Service Details.

This section displays the current generic statistics for the service.

Statistic Description
Capture Status Status of data capture. Valid values are:
  • starting - Starting data capture (not capturing data yet).
  • started - Capturing data.
  • stopping - Stopping data capture (received request to stop data capture, but not have not stopped capturing data yet).
  • stopped - Not capturing data.
  • disabled - Not configured as a Log Decoder service.
Packet Rate Max Maximum per second rate at which the service is writing packets to the database. Rate is a rolling average sample over a short time period (10 seconds). After the service stops capturing data, displays the maximum rate during data capture.
Events Per Second Rate (events per second) at which the Log Decoder is processing events from the Log Collector.
Pool Packet Capture Number of packet pages available for capture.
Meta Rate Per second rate at which the service is writing metadata objects to the database. Rate is a rolling average sample over a short time period (10 seconds). After the service stops capturing data, rate is reset to zero.
Pool Packet Assembler Number of packet pages waiting to be assembled.
Meta Rate Max Maximum per second rate at which the service is writing metadata objects to the database. Rate is a rolling average sample over a short time period (10 seconds). After the service stops capturing data, displays the maximum rate reached during data capture.
Assembler Packet Pages Number of packet pages waiting to be assembled.
Capture Dropped Number of packets reported by the network card as dropped. After the service stops capturing data, rate is reset to zero.
Pool Packet Write Number of packet pages in the PCS pipeline that need to be written to the database.
Capture Dropped Percent Packets reported by the network card as dropped as a percentage.
Time Begin Time when first packet was captured (time when the first packet was stored in the packet database). This time increases as packets are rolled out of the packet database.
Time End Time when the last packet was captured (time when packet was written to the database). The time increases as new packets are captured.