binding active

March 26, 2020 Contributors

Name

binding active — show domains with active queue size bigger than threshold on a specified binding

Synopsis

binding active { binding_name } { threshold }

Description

The binding active command presents information concerning the domains on a given binding with a large number of active messages in queue. The command takes a binding name and a single positive integer as an argument which specifies the threshold of interest. The output will include all domains on the given binding whose active queues exceed the integer specified.

10:47:35 /tmp/2025> binding active BINDING1 100
Domain:                         c4.com  C:  0  A:    104  D:     0  S:    47
Domain:                    dellnet.com  C:  0  A:    102  D:   460  S:  1540
Domain:                  earthlink.com  C: 60  A:    315  D:   192  S:  1957
Domain:                    iopener.net  C:  0  A:    124  D:   200  S:   860
Domain:                        jps.net  C: 29  A:    114  D:   471  S:  2561
Domain:                         pa.net  C: 30  A:    119  D:    31  S:   274
Domain:                   peoplepc.com  C:  0  A:    473  D:  1262  S:  7758
Domain:                 sprintmail.com  C: 32  A:    120  D:    71  S:   898
Domain:                   xoommail.com  C:  0  A:    102  D:     0  S:    55
Domain:                      yesic.com  C:  0  A:    124  D:     0  S:    56
                                Total:  C: 616  A:  22965  D: 34427  S:1954767
C

current number of connections

A

current size of the active queue

D

current size of the delayed queue

S

total messages sent during the life of the domain record

The row detailing the totals represents the totals across all domains on the given binding, not just those listed.

See Also

binding delayed