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dlstat(1m)

Name
     dlstat - report data links statistics

Synopsis
     dlstat [-r] [-t] [-i <interval>] [-z <zone>,..] [-Z]
     [[-p] -o field[,...]] [-u R|K|M|G|T|P] [-T d|u]
     [link] [interval [count]]


     dlstat -a [-r] [-t] [link]


     dlstat -A [link]


     dlstat show-phys [-r] [-t] [-i interval] [-z <zone>,..] [-Z]
     [[-p] -o field[,...]] [-u R|K|M|G|T|P] [-T d|u]
     [link] [interval [count]]


     dlstat show-phys -a [-r] [-t]


     dlstat show-link [-r] [-t] [-i interval] [-z <zone>,..] [-Z]
     [[-p] -o field[,...]] [-u R|K|M|G|T|P] [-T d|u]
     [link] [interval [count]]


     dlstat show-link -h [-a] [-d] [-F <format>] -f <logfile>
     [-s <DD/MM/YYYY,HH:MM:SS>] [-z <zone>,..]
     [-e <DD/MM/YYYY,HH:MM:SS>] [<link>]


     dlstat show-link -a [-r] [-t]


     dlstat show-aggr [-r] [-t] [-Z] [-i interval] [-P probetype[,...]] [-p]
     [-o field[,...]] [-u R|K|M|G|T|P] [-z zone[,...]] [link]


     dlstat show-ether -P <protocol> [-i interval] [-z <zone>,..] [-Z]
     [[-p] -o field[,...]] [-u R|K|M|G|T|P] [-T d|u]
     [link] [interval [count]]


     dlstat show-bridge [-r] [-t] [-i interval] [-z <zone>,..] [-Z]
     [[-p] -o field[,...]] [-u R|K|M|G|T|P] [-T d|u]
     [bridge] [interval [count]]


     dlstat show-cap [-i <interval>] [-a] [-p] -ofield,[...]] [-u
     R|K|M|G|T|P] [link] [interval [count]]
     dlstat help [subcommand-name]

Description
     The dlstat command reports run time  statistics  about  data
     links. dladm(1M) show-phys provides link-name information to
     dlstat show-phys.  dladm(1M)  show-link  provides  link-name
     information  to  dlstat  show-link. dladm(1M) show-aggr pro-
     vides link-aggregation information to dlstat show-aggr.


     For all valid fields, dlstat displays numerical value;  oth-
     erwise, it display "--", which means not applicable.


     dlstat has the forms of  commands  shown  in  the  SYNOPSIS,
     above.  The  first  two forms do not have subcommands, while
     the remaining forms do. All forms are described under  "Sub-
     commands," below.

Options
     The dlstat command has the following  options  and  operands
     that are common (unless explicitly marked otherwise) among a
     number of command forms shown under "Subcommands," below.

     -a
         Dump all total statistics fields.


     -i interval
         If specified, it denotes the interval at which the  out-
         put  rows  are refreshed. The first row of the output is
         the summary that shows the total numbers since the crea-
         tion  of  the  link.  The second row and beyond show the
         normalized (per second) statistics.  If  not  specified,
         you  obtain one summary since the creation of the speci-
         fied link. This option  is  obsolete.  Interval  instead
         (and count also if you want) must be supplied as operand
         at the end of  the  command.  Also,  you  cannot  supply
         interval  at  both  option  and  operand.  Doing so will
         result in error.


     -o field[,...]
         Display a case-insensitive, comma-separated list of out-
         put fields to display. The field name must be one of the
         fields listed below, or the special value all to display
         all supported fields.

         List of supported RX fields:

             o    link

             o    index

             o    rbytes

             o    ipkts

             o    intrs (only applicable without a subcommand  or
                  with show-link)

             o    polls (only applicable without a subcommand  or
                  with show-link)

             o    idrops (applicable either with the  -r  option,
                  either  without  a subcommand or with show-link
                  or with show-phys)

             o    idropbytes (applicable with show-phys)
         List of TX side fields:

             o    link

             o    index

             o    obytes

             o    opkts

             o    odrops (applicable either with  the  -t  option
                  (either  without a subcommand or with show-link
                  or with show-phys)
         For the show-phys subcommand, the index  column  identi-
         fies individual RX and TX hardware rings within a physi-
         cal device. For  the  show-link  subcommand,  the  index
         column identifies RX and TX hardware lanes within a data
         link. See Managing Network  Virtualization  and  Network
         Resources  in  Oracle Solaris 11.3 for an explanation of
         the  difference  between  hardware  rings  and  hardware
         lanes.


     -p
         Display output in a stable, machine-parseable format.


     -r
         Display receive-side statistics only. Includes bytes and
         packets  received,  hardware  and software drops, and so
         forth. See "Examples" for complete listing.
         -r and -t could be  used  together  in  one  command  to
         display  both  receive-side  as  well  as  transmit-side
         statistics simultaneously.


     -t
         Display transmit-side statistics  only.  Includes  bytes
         and  packets  sent,  drops, and so forth. See "Examples"
         for complete listing.


     -u R|K|M|G|T|P
         If used, allows choosing the unit in  which  to  display
         all  statistics,  for  example, R:raw count, K:Kilobits,
         M:Megabits, T:Terabits, P:Petabits. If  not  used,  then
         different units, as appropriate, are used to display the
         statistics, using the format xy.zU, where x,  y,  and  z
         are numbers and U is the appropriate unit.


     -Z
         Display ZONE column in the output.


     -z zone[,...]
         Display the statistics only for links in  the  specified
         zone.  By  default,  dlstat  displays the statistics for
         links in all the zones when it is run  from  the  global
         zone.

         When run from a non-global zone, dlstat displays statis-
         tics only for links in that zone. A non-global zone can-
         not see links in other zones.


     -T u|d
         Specify u for a printed representation of  the  internal
         representation of time. See time(2). Specify d for stan-
         dard date format. See date(1).


     link
         If specified, display the statistics only for the  named
         link,  physical  device  (for show-phys), or aggregation
         (for show-aggr). Otherwise, display statistics  for  all
         links, devices, or aggregations.

     interval
         If specified, it denotes the interval  at  which  output
         rows  are  refreshed. The first row of the output is the
         summary that shows the total numbers since the  creation
         of  the link. The second row and beyond show the normal-
         ized (per second)  statistics.  If  not  specified,  you
         obtain  one  summary since the creation of the specified
         link.


     count
         If specified, only print `count' rows. If not specified,
         print indefinitely.

Sub-commands
     dlstat supports the following command forms.

     dlstat  [-r] [-t] [-i <interval>] [-z <zone>,..] [-Z][[-p]
     -o field[,...]] [-u R|K|M|G|T|P] [-T d|u][link] [interval
     [count]]
     dlstat  -a [-r] [-t] [link]
     dlstat  -A [link]
         Iteratively examine all links and report statistics. The
         output  is  sorted  in descending order of link utiliza-
         tion. If no  link  is  specified,  the  system  displays
         statistics  for  all  links.  The traffic statistics are
         displayed per link and  not  per  physical  device.  For
         example,  for  a  VNIC  configured  on  a physical link,
         traffic flowing through that VNIC is  not  reflected  in
         the  statistics  for  the underlying physical link. How-
         ever, the link  statistics  will  include  traffic  that
         matches  user-defined  flows  configured  on top of that
         link.

         This command form has one option that is  not  described
         under "Options," above:

         -A
             Dump all statistics fields for this data-link.  Out-
             put  statistics of this command are inclusive of all
             the statistics reported by  all  other  dlstat  com-
             mands.

         Allows links specifying which statistics to display.

         The options for this command form  are  described  under
         "Options," above.

     dlstat show-phys  [-r] [-t] [-i <interval>] [-z <zone>,..]
     [-Z][[-p] -o field[,...]] [-u R|K|M|G|T|P] [-T d|u][link]
     [interval [count]]
     dlstat show-phys -a [-r] [-t]
         Display statistics for a physical device.

         The options for  this  subcommand  are  described  under
         "Options," above.


     dlstat show-link  [-r] [-t] [-i <interval>] [-z <zone>,..]
     [-Z][[-p] -o field[,...]] [-u R|K|M|G|T|P] [-T d|u][link]
     [interval [count]]
     dlstat show-link -h [-a] [-d] [-F <format>] -f <logfile>[-s
     <DD/MM/YYYY,HH:MM:SS>] [-z <zone>,..][-e
     <DD/MM/YYYY,HH:MM:SS>] [<link>]
     dlstat show-link -a [-r] [-t]
         Display statistics for a link.

         Show the network usage history from  a  stored  extended
         accounting  file.  Use  of this syntax requires that net
         accounting has been previously configured and enabled by
         using  acctadm(1M). The default output is the summary of
         network usage of  the  existing  links  for  the  entire
         period when extended accounting was enabled.

         The link  argument  is  as  described  under  "Options,"
         above.

         -a
             Display all historical network usage for the  speci-
             fied  period  when  extended  accounting is enabled.
             This includes usage  information  about  links  that
             have already been deleted.


         -f filename
             Specify the  file  from  which  extended  accounting
             records of network usage history are read.


         -d
             Display the dates for which there is logging  infor-
             mation. The date is in the format mm/dd/yyyy.


         -F format
             Specify the output format of the network usage  his-
             tory  information.  gnuplot  is  the  only supported
             format.


         -s time
         -e time
             Specify start and stop times for data display.  Time
             is  in  the  format MM/DD/YYYY,hh:mm:ss. hh uses 24-
             hour clock notation.




     dlstat show-aggr [-r] [-t] [-Z] [-i interval] [-P probe-
     type[,...]] [-p] [ -o field[,...]] [-u R|K|M|G|T|P] [-z
     zone[,...]] [link]
         Display per-port statistics for an aggregation.

         -P probetype[,...]
                               Display the probe information  for
                               the  given  DLMP  mode aggregation
                               ["probe" output mode].  Note  that
                               the   -P  option  cannot  be  used
                               together with the -z, -i,  -Z,  -u
                               or -r options.

                               It     takes     case-insensitive,
                               common-separated list of probetype
                               options, which can be one of  "m",
                               "u",  "x"  or  "all", representing
                               the ICMP  multicast  probes,  ICMP
                               unicast  probes, transitive probes
                               or all  types  of  probes  respec-
                               tively.

                               Once the "probe"  output  mode  is
                               used,  it  runs  until  explicitly
                               terminated using Ctrl+C. The  fol-
                               lowing   output  fields  are  sup-
                               ported:

                               TIME
                                         The time the  probe  was
                                         sent,  relative  to when
                                         dlstat  show-aggr  -Pwas
                                         started.  If  the  probe
                                         was sent prior to start-
                                         ing   dlstat,  the  time
                                         will be negative.


                               AGGR
                                         The aggregation name for
                                         which   the   probe  was
                                         sent.

                               PORT
                                         The port name for  which
                                         the probe was sent.


                               LOCAL
                                         For ICMP probes, this is
                                         the source IP address of
                                         the probes. For  transi-
                                         tive probes, this is the
                                         port name the transitive
                                         probe   was   originated
                                         from.


                               REMOTE
                                         For ICMP probes, this is
                                         the    destination    IP
                                         address of  the  probes.
                                         For  transitive  probes,
                                         this is  the  port  name
                                         the transitive probe was
                                         targeted to.


                               PROBE
                                         An   identifier   number
                                         representing  the probe.
                                         The identifier embeds  a
                                         prefix    denoting   the
                                         probe type, followed  by
                                         a  numerical  identifier
                                         for the probe. The  per-
                                         missible  values for the
                                         probe type are:

                                         u
                                          ICMP unicast probes


                                         m
                                          ICMP      multicast
                                          discovery probes


                                         x
                                          Transitive probes



                               NETRTT
                                         The network  round-trip-
                                         time for the probe. This
                                         is the time between when
                                         the  IP module sends the
                                         probe and  when  the  IP
                                         module receives the ack-
                                         nowledgment. If in.dlmpd
                                         has  concluded  that the
                                         probe  has  been   lost,
                                         this   field   will   be
                                         empty.


                               RTT
                                         The  total   round-trip-
                                         time for the probe. This
                                         is the time between when
                                         in.dlmpd  starts execut-
                                         ing the code to send the
                                         probe,  and when it com-
                                         pletes  processing   the
                                         ack.   If  in.dlmpd  has
                                         concluded that the probe
                                         has   been   lost,  this
                                         field  will  be   empty.
                                         Spikes   in   the  total
                                         round-trip time that are
                                         not  present in the net-
                                         work   round-trip   time
                                         indicate  that the local
                                         system itself  is  over-
                                         loaded.


         Other options for this subcommand  are  described  under
         "Options" above.


     dlstat show-ether -P protocol [-i <interval>] [-z <zone>,..]
     [-Z][[-p] -o field[,...]] [-u R|K|M|G|T|P] [-T d|u][link]
     [interval [count]]
         Display statistics for a given Ethernet  protocol  on  a
         link.  Supported  IEEE  protocols  include  vdp, the VSI
         Discovery and Configuration Protocol and ecp, Edge  Con-
         trol Protocol.

         VDP statistics can be obtained on VNICs  or  a  physical
         link.  The  VDP  statistics  for  a physical link is the
         cumulative statistics of all the VNICs over it.

         ECP statistics can be obtained for a physical link.

         Fields displayed for VDP include:

         LINK
             The name of the link.


         IPKTS
             The number of inbound VDP packets.

         OPKTS
             The number of outbound VDP packets.


         KeepAlives
             The number KEEP-ALIVE packets transmitted.

         Fields displayed for ECP include:

         LINK
             The name of the link.


         IPKTS
             The number of inbound ECP packets.


         IERRORS
             The number of inbound ECP packets in error.


         OPKTS
             The number of outbound ECP packets.


         OERRORS
             The  number  of  errors  when  transmitting  an  ECP
             packet.


         RETRANSMITS
             The number of packets retransmitted.


         TIMEOUTS
             The number of timeouts, that is, the number of pack-
             ets not acknowledged by the peer.



     dlstat show-bridge  [-r] [-t] [-i <interval>] [-z <zone>,..]
     [-Z][[-p] -o field[,...]] [-u R|K|M|G|T|P] [-T d|u][bridge]
     [interval [count]]

         Displays per-link statistics for  bridges.  The  options
         for  this  subcommand are described under "Options". The
         optional bridge field is used to display the  statistics
         of only one bridge.

         Fields displayed for this subcommand include:

         BRIDGE
                     Bridge name.


         LINK
                     The name of link connected to bridge.


         IPKTS
                     The number of inbound packets.


         RBYTES
                     The number of bytes of the inbound packets.


         OPKTS
                     The number of outbound packets.


         OBYTES
                     The number of bytes of the outbound packets.


         DROPS
                     Number of packets dropped  due  to  resource
                     problems.


         FORWARDS
                     Number of packets forwarded from one link to
                     another.


         MBCAST
                     Number of multicast  and  broadcast  packets
                     handled by the bridge.


         UNKNOWN
                     Number  of  packets  handled  that  have  an
                     unknown  destination.  Such packets are sent
                     to all links.


         CFGBPDU
                     Number of configuration BPDUs received.


         TCNBPDU
                     Number of topology change BPDUs received.


         RSTPBPDU
                     Number  of   Rapid   Spanning   Tree   BPDUs
                     received.


         TXBPDU
                     Number of BPDUs transmitted.

         When the -o option is not specified,  only  the  BRIDGE,

         LINK,  IPKTS,  RBYTES, OPKTS, OBYTES, DROPS and FORWARDS
         fields are shown.


     dlstat show-cap [-i interval] [-p] [-o field[,...]]  [-u
     R|K|M|G|T|P] [link] [interval [count]]
         Display statistics  for  capture  links/individual  link
         bound  to  zone,  where  dlstat  command is running. The
         options  for  this  subcommand   are   described   under
         "Options".


     help [subcommand-name]
         Displays all the supported dlstat subcommands  or  usage
         for  the  given  subcommand.  If  you  invoke help for a
         specific subcommand, the command  syntax  is  displayed,
         along  with  an  example.  Using dlstat help without any
         argument displays all of the subcommands.

Examples
     Example 1 Displaying Statistics


     To display statistics for all  the  links,  enter  following
     command.  Statistics  are  displayed as 3-digits followed by
     decimal and then 2 digits with the appropriate unit.


       # dlstat
             LINK   IPKTS  RBYTES   OPKTS  OBYTES
          e1000g0 101.88K  32.86M  40.16K   4.37M
            nxge1   4.50M   6.78G   1.38M  90.90M
            vnic1       8     336       0       0
             net0  73.96K   6.81M       0       0
       zone1/net0 144.47K  13.32M     247  16.29K
       zone2/net0 132.89K  12.25M     236  15.82K



     Example 2 Displaying RX-side Statistics


     The following command displays receive-side statistics every
     two seconds for three times.


       # dlstat 2 2
           LINK   IPKTS  RBYTES   INTRS   POLLS   IDROPS
       e1000g0 101.91K  32.86M  87.56K  14.35K         0
         nxge1   9.61M  14.47G   5.79M   3.82M         0
         vnic1       8     336       0       0       0
       e1000g0       0       0       0       0       0
         nxge1  82.13K 123.69M  50.00K  32.13K         0
         vnic1       0       0       0       0     0
       e1000g0       0       0       0       0       0
         nxge1  85.74K 126.41M  48.71K  28.87K         0
         vnic1       0       0       0       0     0



     Example 3 Displaying Statistics per Physical Device


     The following command displays  statistics  for  a  specific
     physical device.


       # dlstat show-phys ixgbe0
          LINK   IPKTS  RBYTES   INTRS   POLLS
       e1000g0 101.91K  32.86M  87.56K  14.35K
         nxge1   9.61M  14.47G   5.79M   3.82M
         vnic1       8     336       0       0
       e1000g0       0       0       0       0
         nxge1  82.13K 123.69M  50.00K  32.13K
         vnic1       0       0       0       0
             .       .       .       .       .
             .       .       .       .       .



     Example 4 Displaying Statistics per Datalink


     The following command displays  statistics  for  a  specific
     datalink.


       # dlstat show-link ixgbe0
         LINK    IPKTS   RBYTES    OPKTS   OBYTES
       ixgbe0    2.14M  257.48M    3.19M  210.88M



     Example 5 Displaying Statistics per Hardware Ring


     The  following  commands  displays  statistics  on   a   per
     receive-side hardware ring basis.


       # dlstat show-phys -r nxge1
        LINK TYPE   INDEX   IPKTS  RBYTES

       nxge1   rx       0       0       0
       nxge1   rx       1       0       0
       nxge1   rx       2   1.73M   2.61G
       nxge1   rx       3       0       0
       nxge1   rx       4   8.44M  12.71G
       nxge1   rx       5   5.68M   8.56G
       nxge1   rx       6   4.90M   7.38G
       nxge1   rx       7       0       0



     Example 6 Displaying Statistics per Lane


     The  following  commands  displays  statistics  on   a   per
     receive-side  lane basis. First, an interface with dedicated
     hardware lanes:


       # dlstat show-link -r nxge1
        LINK TYPE     ID INDEX   IPKTS  RBYTES   INTRS   POLLS  IDROPS
       nxge1   rx  local    --       0       0       0     0       0
       nxge1   rx     hw     1       0       0       0       0       0
       nxge1   rx     hw     2   1.73M   2.61G   1.33M 400.22K       0
       nxge1   rx     hw     3       0       0       0       0       0
       nxge1   rx     hw     4   8.44M  12.71G   4.35M   4.09M       0
       nxge1   rx     hw     5   5.68M   8.56G   3.72M   1.97M       0
       nxge1   rx     hw     6   4.90M   7.38G   3.11M   1.80M       0
       nxge1   rx     hw     7       0       0       0       0       0




     Then, an interface without dedicated  hardware  lanes,  that
     is, a software lane only:


       # dlstat show-link -r ixgbe0
         LINK TYPE     ID INDEX   IPKTS  RBYTES   INTRS   POLLS IDROPS
       ixgbe0   rx  local    --       0       0       0     0      0
       ixgbe0   rx     sw    -- 794.28K   1.19G 794.28K       0      0



     Example 7 Displaying Transmit-Side Statistics


     The following command displays transmit-side  statistics  at
     five-second intervals.


       # dlstat -t 5

         LINK   OPKTS  OBYTES  ODROPS
       e1000g0  40.24K   4.37M      0
         nxge1   9.76M 644.14M      0
         vnic1       0       0      0
       e1000g0       0       0      0
         nxge1  26.82K   1.77M      0
         vnic1       0       0      0
             .       .       .      .
             .       .       .      .
             .       .       .      .



     Example 8 Displaying Transmit-Side Ring Statistics


     The following command displays transmit-side  hardware  ring
     statistics.


       # dlstat show-phys -t nxge1
        LINK TYPE INDEX   OPKTS  OBYTES
       nxge1   tx     0      44   3.96K
       nxge1   tx     1       0       0
       nxge1   tx     2   1.48M 121.68M
       nxge1   tx     3   2.45M 201.11M
       nxge1   tx     4   1.47M 120.82M
       nxge1   tx     5       0       0
       nxge1   tx     6   1.97M 161.57M
       nxge1   tx     7   4.59M 376.21M
       nxge1   tx     8   2.43M 199.24M
       nxge1   tx     9       0       0
       nxge1   tx     10  3.23M 264.69M
       nxge1   tx     11  1.88M 153.96M



     Example 9 Displaying Transmit-Side Lane Statistics


     The following command displays  transmit-side  lane  statis-
     tics.


       # dlstat show-link -t nxge1
        LINK TYPE     ID INDEX   OPKTS  OBYTES  ODROPS
       nxge1   tx     hw     0      32   1.44K       0
       nxge1   tx     hw     1       0       0       0
       nxge1   tx     hw     2   1.48M  97.95M       0
       nxge1   tx     hw     3   2.45M 161.87M       0
       nxge1   tx     hw     4   1.47M  97.25M       0
       nxge1   tx     hw     5       3     276       0
       nxge1   tx     hw     6   1.97M 130.05M       0
       nxge1   tx     hw     7   4.59M 302.80M       0
       nxge1   tx     hw     8   2.42M 302.80M       0
       nxge1   tx     hw     9       0       0       0
       nxge1   tx     hw     10  3.23M 213.05M       0
       nxge1   tx     hw     11  1.88M 123.93M       0



     Example 10 Displaying Both RX and TX Lane Statistics


     The  following  command  displays  both   receive-side   and
     transmit-side lane statistics.


       # dlstat show-link -rt nxge0
        LINK  TYPE      ID  INDEX     PKTS    BYTES
       nxge0    rx   local     --        0        0
       nxge0    rx   other     --        0        0
       nxge0    rx      hw      0        0        0
       nxge0    rx      hw      1        0        0
       nxge0    rx      hw      2        0        0
       nxge0    rx      hw      3        0        0
       nxge0    rx      hw      4        0        0
       nxge0    rx      hw      5        0        0
       nxge0    rx      hw      6        0        0
       nxge0    rx      hw      7        0        0
       nxge0    tx   local     --        0        0
       nxge0    tx   other     --        3      126
       nxge0    tx      hw      0        0        0
       nxge0    tx      hw      1        0        0
       nxge0    tx      hw      2        0        0
       nxge0    tx      hw      3        0        0
       nxge0    tx      hw      4        0        0
       nxge0    tx      hw      5        0        0
       nxge0    tx      hw      6        0        0
       nxge0    tx      hw      7        0        0
       nxge0    tx      hw      8        0        0
       nxge0    tx      hw      9        0        0
       nxge0    tx      hw     10        0        0
       nxge0    tx      hw     11        0        0



     Example 11 Selecting a Particular Set of Statistics


     The following command shows how you  can  select  a  set  of
     statistics of particular interest.

       # dlstat show-link -r -o LINK,TYPE,ID,INDEX,INTRS,POLLS nxge1
        LINK TYPE     ID INDEX   INTRS   POLLS
       nxge1   rx  local    --       0       0
       nxge1   rx  other    --       0       0
       nxge1   rx     hw     1       0       0
       nxge1   rx     hw     2   2.47M 753.90K
       nxge1   rx     hw     3       0       0
       nxge1   rx     hw     4   8.24M   7.72M
       nxge1   rx     hw     5   6.96M   3.68M
       nxge1   rx     hw     6   5.82M   3.36M
       nxge1   rx     hw     7       0       0



     Example 12 Displaying Historical Network Usage


     Network usage history statistics can be stored by using  the
     extended  accounting  facility,  acctadm(1M), with a command
     such as the following:


       # acctadm -e basic -f /var/log/net.log net
       acctadm net
       Network accounting: active
           Network accounting file: /var/log/net.log
         Tracked Network resources: basic
       Untracked Network resources: src_ip,dst_ip,src_port,dst_port,protocol,
                                    dsfield




     The saved historical data can then be retrieved  in  summary
     form with commands such as the following:


       # dlstat show-link -h -f /var/log/net.log
       LINK      DURATION  IPACKETS RBYTES      OPACKETS OBYTES      BANDWIDTH
       e1000g0   80        1031     546908      0        0     2.44 Kbps

       # dlstat show-ether -P vdp ixgbe1
       LINK          IPKTS    OPKTS  KeepAlives
       ixgbe1          3       2       1

       # dlstat show-ether -P ecp ixgbe1
       LINK          IPKTS    OPKTS  IERRORS  OERRORS RETRANSMITS TIMEOUTS
       ixgbe1          3       2       0       0    1            0

     Example 13 Displaying  ICMP  Unicast  and  Transitive  Probe
     Information


     The following command displays ICMP unicast  and  transitive
     probe information.


       # dlstat show-aggr -P u,x aggr1
       TIME     AGGR  PORT   LOCAL     TARGET  PROBE      NETRTT       RTT
       0.53s    aggr1 s0       s0         s1      x16148  --      --
       0.53s    aggr1 s0       s0         s1      x16148  0.62ms     0.87ms
       1.17s    aggr1 s1       s1         s0      x16148  --      --
       1.17s    aggr1 s1       s1         s0      x16148  0.72ms     0.99ms
       2.24s    aggr1 s1    192.169.0.1 192.169.0.2 u15535 --   --
       2.24s    aggr1 s1    192.169.0.1 192.169.0.2 u155350.11ms 0.55ms



     Example 14 Displaying Help


     The following command lists all of the dlstat subcommands.


       # dlstat help
       The following subcommands are supported:
       Stats subcommands : show-aggr, show-link, show-phys
       For more info, run: dlstat help subcommand




     The following command illustrates the  use  of  dlstat  help
     with a specific subcommand.


       # dlstat help show-phys
       usage:
       show-phys    [-r] [-t] [-Z] [-i interval] [-a]
                    [-p] [-o field[,...]] [-u R|K|M|G|T|P]
                    [-z zone[,...]] [link]

       example:
            # dlstat show-phys -r -o all -u K net0

Attributes
     See attributes(5) for descriptions of the  following  attri-
     butes:
     /usr/sbin



     tab() box; cw(2.75i) |cw(2.75i) lw(2.75i) |lw(2.75i)  ATTRI-
     BUTE  TYPEATTRIBUTE  VALUE  _  Availabilitysystem/core-os  _
     Interface StabilitySee below



     Screen output is Uncommitted. The invocation is Committed.

See Also
     acctadm(1M),     dladm(1M),     ifconfig(1M),     kstat(1M),
     netstat(1M), attributes(5)
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