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getStatistics #

Without argument, retrieves the last statistic frame in an array: When providing a timestamp, retrieves all frames recorded after that timestamp: Kuzzle server monitors active connections, and ongoing/completed/failed requests.
This method returns either the last statistics frame, or a set of frames starting from a provided timestamp.


getStatistics([timestamp], [options], callback) #

Arguments Type Description
timestamp Epoch time Optional starting time from which the frames are to be retrieved
options JSON object Optional parameters
callback function Callback handling the response

Options #

Option Type Description Default
queuable boolean Make this request queuable or not true

Note: Kuzzle statistics are cleaned up regularly. If the timestamp is set too far in the past, then this method will return all available statistics.


Callback Response #

Returns an array containing one or more statistics frame (as JSON objects).

Usage #

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// Using callbacks (NodeJS or Web Browser)
kuzzle.getStatistics(function (err, statistics) {
});
// Using promises (NodeJS only)
kuzzle
  .getStatisticsPromise()
  .then(statistics => {
  });
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// Date can be either in ISO format or a timestamp (utc, in milliseconds)
var ts = Date.parse('2015-10-26T12:19:10.213Z');
// Using callbacks (NodeJS or Web Browser)
kuzzle.getStatistics(ts, function (error, statistics) {
});
// Using promises (NodeJS only)
kuzzle
  .getStatisticsPromise(ts)
  .then(statistics => {
  });

Callback response:

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[
  {
    "connections": { "socketio": 1 },
    "ongoingRequests": { "rest": 0, "socketio": 0 },
    "completedRequests": { "mqtt": 37, "socketio": 17 },
    "failedRequests": { "socketio": 1 },
    "timestamp": "1453110641308"
  }
]