Prints a bunch of counters tracked by the Jool instance.
They will give you an overview of the instance’s view on your traffic. In particular, if Jool seems to be dropping packets, the respective counter should tell you why. (As long as Jool is the one dropping them, not the kernel.)
More than anything,
stats is intended for short-term troubleshooting purposes. The counters, their IDs and their descriptions are not set in stone, and can differ across different Jool versions.
As of version 4.1.5,
stats is Jool’s only kernelside operation handler that does not require
(jool_siit | jool) stats ( display [--all] [--explain] [--csv] [--no-headers] )
display: Print the counters in standard output.
||Print all the counters known to Jool. (Not just the ones that aren’t zero.)|
||Also print an explanation of each counter.|
||Print the table in Comma/Character-Separated Values format. This is intended to be redirected into a .csv file.|
||Do not print table headers (when
Time Series Data Options
jool-exporter binary exports data for prometheus collection.
The code is written as jool adds and removes stats they show up in the
pip install jool-exporter
It is recommended to run jool-exporter via SystemD. Pull requests + enhancements welcome!
Please Note: This tool is not maintained by the core Jool team.