Commit 6efd66dc authored by Tomek Mrugalski's avatar Tomek Mrugalski 🛰
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[master] Forgotten cleanup for 3800: remove tabs.

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<para>There are four types of statistics:
<itemizedlist>
<listitem>
<simpara><emphasis>integer</emphasis> - this is the most common type. It
is implemented as 64 bit integer (int64_t in C++), so it can hold any
value between -2^63 to 2^63 -1.</simpara>
<simpara><emphasis>integer</emphasis> - this is the most common type. It
is implemented as 64 bit integer (int64_t in C++), so it can hold any
value between -2^63 to 2^63 -1.</simpara>
</listitem>
<listitem>
<simpara><emphasis>floating point</emphasis> - this type is intended to
store floating point precision. It is implemented as double C++ type.
</simpara>
<simpara><emphasis>floating point</emphasis> - this type is intended to
store floating point precision. It is implemented as double C++ type.
</simpara>
</listitem>
<listitem>
<simpara><emphasis>duration</emphasis> - this type is intended for
recording time periods. It uses boost::posix_time::time_duration type,
which stores hours, minutes, seconds and microseconds.</simpara>
<simpara><emphasis>duration</emphasis> - this type is intended for
recording time periods. It uses boost::posix_time::time_duration type,
which stores hours, minutes, seconds and microseconds.</simpara>
</listitem>
<listitem>
<simpara><emphasis>string</emphasis> - this type is intended for
recording statistics in textual forma. It uses std::string C++ type.
</simpara>
<simpara><emphasis>string</emphasis> - this type is intended for
recording statistics in textual forma. It uses std::string C++ type.
</simpara>
</listitem>
</itemizedlist>
</para>
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<title>statistic-get command</title>
<para>
<emphasis>statistic-get</emphasis> command retrieves a single
statistic. It takes a single string parameter called
<command>name</command> that specifies the statistic name. An example
command may look like this:
<emphasis>statistic-get</emphasis> command retrieves a single
statistic. It takes a single string parameter called
<command>name</command> that specifies the statistic name. An example
command may look like this:
<screen>
{
"command": "statistic-get",
"arguments": {
"name": "<userinput>pkt4-received</userinput>"
"name": "<userinput>pkt4-received</userinput>"
}
}
</screen>
</para>
<para>
The server will respond with details of the requested statistic, with result
set to 0 indicating success and the specified statistic as the value of
"arguments" parameter. If the requested statistic is not found, the response
will contain an empty map, i.e. only { } as argument, but the status
code will still be set to success (0).
The server will respond with details of the requested statistic, with result
set to 0 indicating success and the specified statistic as the value of
"arguments" parameter. If the requested statistic is not found, the response
will contain an empty map, i.e. only { } as argument, but the status
code will still be set to success (0).
</para>
</section> <!-- end of command-statistic-get -->
......@@ -144,26 +144,26 @@
<title>statistic-reset command</title>
<para>
<emphasis>statistic-reset</emphasis> command sets the specified statistic
to its neutral value: 0 for integer, 0.0 for float, 0h0m0s0us for time
duration and "" for string type. It takes a single string parameter
called <command>name</command> that specifies the statistic name. An
example command may look like this:
<emphasis>statistic-reset</emphasis> command sets the specified statistic
to its neutral value: 0 for integer, 0.0 for float, 0h0m0s0us for time
duration and "" for string type. It takes a single string parameter
called <command>name</command> that specifies the statistic name. An
example command may look like this:
<screen>
{
"command": "statistic-reset",
"arguments": {
"name": "<userinput>pkt4-received</userinput>"
"name": "<userinput>pkt4-received</userinput>"
}
}
</screen>
</para>
<para>
If the specific statistic is found and reset was successful, the
server will respond with a status of 0, indicating success and an empty
parameters field. If an error is encountered (e.g. requested statistic
was not found), the server will return a status code of 1 (error)
and the text field will contain the error description.
If the specific statistic is found and reset was successful, the
server will respond with a status of 0, indicating success and an empty
parameters field. If an error is encountered (e.g. requested statistic
was not found), the server will return a status code of 1 (error)
and the text field will contain the error description.
</para>
</section> <!-- end of command-statistic-reset -->
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<title>statistic-remove command</title>
<para>
<emphasis>statistic-remove</emphasis> command attempts to delete a single
statistic. It takes a single string parameter called
<command>name</command> that specifies the statistic name. An example
command may look like this:
<emphasis>statistic-remove</emphasis> command attempts to delete a single
statistic. It takes a single string parameter called
<command>name</command> that specifies the statistic name. An example
command may look like this:
<screen>
{
"command": "statistic-remove",
"arguments": {
"name": "<userinput>pkt4-received</userinput>"
"name": "<userinput>pkt4-received</userinput>"
}
}
</screen>
</para>
<para>
If the specific statistic is found and its removal was successful, the
server will respond with a status of 0, indicating success and an empty
parameters field. If an error is encountered (e.g. requested statistic
was not found), the server will return a status code of 1 (error)
and the text field will contain the error description.
If the specific statistic is found and its removal was successful, the
server will respond with a status of 0, indicating success and an empty
parameters field. If an error is encountered (e.g. requested statistic
was not found), the server will return a status code of 1 (error)
and the text field will contain the error description.
</para>
</section> <!-- end of command-statistic-reset -->
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<title>statistic-get-all command</title>
<para>
<emphasis>statistic-get-all</emphasis> command retrieves all statistics
<emphasis>statistic-get-all</emphasis> command retrieves all statistics
recorded. An example command may look like this:
<screen>
{
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</screen>
</para>
<para>
The server will respond with details of all recorded statistics, with result
set to 0 indicating that it iterated over all statistics (even when
the total number of statistics is zero).
The server will respond with details of all recorded statistics, with result
set to 0 indicating that it iterated over all statistics (even when
the total number of statistics is zero).
</para>
</section> <!-- end of command-statistic-get-all -->
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<title>statistic-reset-all command</title>
<para>
<emphasis>statistic-reset</emphasis> command sets all statistics to
their neutral values: 0 for integer, 0.0 for float, 0h0m0s0us for time
duration and "" for string type. An example command may look like this:
<emphasis>statistic-reset</emphasis> command sets all statistics to
their neutral values: 0 for integer, 0.0 for float, 0h0m0s0us for time
duration and "" for string type. An example command may look like this:
<screen>
{
"command": "statistic-reset-all",
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</screen>
</para>
<para>
If the operation is successful, the server will respond with a status of
0, indicating success and an empty parameters field. If an error is
encountered, the server will return a status code of 1 (error) and the text
field will contain the error description.
If the operation is successful, the server will respond with a status of
0, indicating success and an empty parameters field. If an error is
encountered, the server will return a status code of 1 (error) and the text
field will contain the error description.
</para>
</section> <!-- end of command-statistic-reset-all -->
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<title>statistic-remove-all command</title>
<para>
<emphasis>statistic-remove-all</emphasis> command attempts to delete all
statistics. An example command may look like this:
<emphasis>statistic-remove-all</emphasis> command attempts to delete all
statistics. An example command may look like this:
<screen>
{
"command": "statistic-remove-all",
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</screen>
</para>
<para>
If the removal of all statistics was successful, the server will respond
with a status of 0, indicating success and an empty parameters field. If
an error is encountered, the server will return a status code of 1 (error)
and the text field will contain the error description.
If the removal of all statistics was successful, the server will respond
with a status of 0, indicating success and an empty parameters field. If
an error is encountered, the server will return a status code of 1 (error)
and the text field will contain the error description.
</para>
</section> <!-- end of command-statistic-remove-all -->
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