stats: use tcp stat names as provided

If an API user has defined a name for this particular
stat, we should consider it unique and not append ip and
port information from the connection.

By appending ip and port information to all tcp stat
names, we end up creating unique stat names every
time a reconnection occurs and the source port changes.
This makes the statistic impossible to track over time
as it is continually using a different name.

A quick example from the field over the course of a
day:

tcp.ipa-rsl-0,r=192.168.55.88.33056<->l=192.168.0.1.3003.tcp.rtt
tcp.ipa-rsl-0,r=192.168.55.88.33311<->l=192.168.0.1.3003.tcp.rtt
tcp.ipa-rsl-0,r=192.168.55.88.35510<->l=192.168.0.1.3003.tcp.rtt
tcp.ipa-rsl-0,r=192.168.55.88.35958<->l=192.168.0.1.3003.tcp.rtt
tcp.ipa-rsl-0,r=192.168.55.88.36110<->l=192.168.0.1.3003.tcp.rtt
tcp.ipa-rsl-0,r=192.168.55.88.39269<->l=192.168.0.1.3003.tcp.rtt
tcp.ipa-rsl-0,r=192.168.55.88.40394<->l=192.168.0.1.3003.tcp.rtt
tcp.ipa-rsl-0,r=192.168.55.88.40397<->l=192.168.0.1.3003.tcp.rtt
tcp.ipa-rsl-0,r=192.168.55.88.42920<->l=192.168.0.1.3003.tcp.rtt
tcp.ipa-rsl-0,r=192.168.55.88.43839<->l=192.168.0.1.3003.tcp.rtt

This change would treat tcp stats like other stats
around the system. A unique name must be set by the
API user. This would let us set a unique name like
the following to avoid the situation above:

bts.0.rsl.0.tcp.rtt

Matching the existing rsl related stats:

bts.0.rsl.delete_ind
bts.0.rsl.ipa_nack
bts.0.rsl.unknown

...they retain a constant name regardless of the underlying
connectivity situation.

Change-Id: Ib04c2f5bfcbd6c19dd87debf1fc053abf0b9bef2
changes/37/27137/3
Michael Iedema 10 months ago
parent b5551eec33
commit a6d1ef0d60
  1. 3
      src/stats_tcp.c

@ -119,8 +119,7 @@ static void fill_stats(struct stats_tcp_entry *stats_tcp_entry)
/* Update statistics */
if (stats_tcp_entry->name)
snprintf(stat_name, sizeof(stat_name), "%s,%s", stats_tcp_entry->name,
osmo_sock_get_name2(stats_tcp_entry->fd->fd));
snprintf(stat_name, sizeof(stat_name), "%s", stats_tcp_entry->name);
else
snprintf(stat_name, sizeof(stat_name), "%s", osmo_sock_get_name2(stats_tcp_entry->fd->fd));
osmo_stat_item_group_set_name(stats_tcp_entry->stats_tcp, stat_name);

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