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FTP Service Object

Updated: March 28, 2003

Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2

The FTP Service performance object consists of counters that show data about the Internet Information Services (IIS) FTP service.

 

Counter Name Description Counter Type

Bytes Received/sec

Shows the rate at which data bytes are received by the FTP service at the application layer. This value does not include protocol headers or control bytes associated with the data received.

PERF_COUNTER_BULK_COUNT

Bytes Sent/sec

Shows the rate at which data bytes are sent by the FTP service at the application layer. This value does not include protocol headers or control bytes associated with the data sent.

PERF_COUNTER_BULK_COUNT

Bytes Total/sec

Shows the rate at which data bytes are sent and received by the FTP service at the application layer. This value does not include protocol headers or control bytes associated with the data transmitted. Bytes Total/sec is the sum of the values of Bytes Sent/sec and Bytes Received/sec.

PERF_COUNTER_BULK_COUNT

Current Anonymous Users

Shows the number of anonymous connections to the FTP service. Anonymous connections are connections whose requests either did not contain a user name and password, or whose user name and password were ignored because authentication is not permitted on the server. If anonymous connections are not permitted on the server, the value of Current Anonymous Users is zero. Current Anonymous Users shows successful connections only. If a client request for an anonymous connection is rejected and the client responds with valid authenticating data, the connection is counted as nonanonymous. There might be a lag between the counter value and the exact number of connections: new and closed connections might not be reflected immediately in the counter value.

PERF_COUNTER_RAWCOUNT

Current Connections

Shows the number of connections to the FTP service. There might be a lag between the counter value and the exact number of connections: new and closed connections might not be reflected immediately in the counter value.

PERF_COUNTER_RAWCOUNT

Current NonAnonymous Users

Shows the number of nonanonymous connections to the FTP service. Nonanonymous connections are connections whose requests contain a valid user name and password, or other authentication that is required by a custom authentication scheme. If authentication is not enabled on the server, and none of the applications that run on the server request or require authentication, the value of Current NonAnonymous Users is zero. Current NonAnonymous Users shows successful connections only. If a client request for an anonymous connection is rejected and the client responds with valid authenticating data, the connection is counted as nonanonymous. There might be a lag between the counter value and the exact number of connections: new and closed connections might not be reflected immediately in the counter value.

PERF_COUNTER_RAWCOUNT

Maximum Anonymous Users

Shows the largest number of anonymous connections to the FTP service maintained simultaneously since the FTP service was started. There might be a lag between the counter value and the exact number of connections: new and closed connections might not be reflected immediately in the counter value.

PERF_COUNTER_RAWCOUNT

Maximum Connections

Shows the largest number of connections to the FTP service simultaneously maintained since the FTP service started. There might be a lag between the counter value and the exact number of connections: new and closed connections might not be reflected immediately in the counter value.

PERF_COUNTER_RAWCOUNT

Maximum NonAnonymous Users

Shows the largest number of nonanonymous connections to the FTP service maintained simultaneously since the FTP service was started. Maximum NonAnonymous Users shows successful connections only. If a client request for an anonymous connection is rejected and the client responds with valid authenticating data, the connection is counted as nonanonymous. There might be a lag between the counter value and the exact number of connections: new and closed connections might not be reflected immediately in the counter value.

PERF_COUNTER_RAWCOUNT

Total Anonymous Users

Shows the number of anonymous connections to the FTP service that have been established since the FTP service was started. Total Anonymous Users shows successful connections only. If a client request for an anonymous connection is rejected and the client responds with valid authenticating data, the connection is counted as nonanonymous. There might be a lag between the counter value and the exact number of connections: new and closed connections might not be reflected immediately in the counter value.

PERF_COUNTER_RAWCOUNT

Total Connection Attempts

Shows the total number of connections to the FTP service that have been established since the service was started. The value of this counter either remains the same or increases over time. This value does not include failed attempts to connect to the FTP server. To monitor all connection attempts, use the Connection counters on the TCP performance object. To monitor the number of connections to the FTP server that are currently active, use the FTP Service\Current Connections counter.

PERF_COUNTER_RAWCOUNT

Total Files Received

Shows the total number of files received by the FTP service since the service was started.

PERF_COUNTER_RAWCOUNT

Total Files Sent

Shows the total number of files sent by the FTP service since the service was started.

PERF_COUNTER_RAWCOUNT

Total Files Transferred

Shows the total number of files transmitted by the FTP service since the service was started. Total Files Transferred is the sum of the values of Total Files Sent and Total Files Received.

PERF_COUNTER_RAWCOUNT

Total Logon Attempts

Shows the total number of times a user logged on successfully to the FTP service since the service was started. This counter is incremented when a connection satisfies the criteria for logging on to FTP, such as providing user authentication requirements. The FTP service supports clear-text logon authentication. The value of Total Logon Attempts does not include failed attempts to log on to the FTP service. However, the value of Total Logon Attempts is a subset of the value of Total Connection Attempts. Failed logon attempts (situations where clients were able to connect but not to log on) can be calculated by subtracting the value of Total Logon Attempts from the value of Total Connection Attempts.

PERF_COUNTER_RAWCOUNT

Total NonAnonymous Users

Shows the number of nonanonymous connections to the FTP service that have been established since the FTP service was started. Total NonAnonymous Users shows successful connections only. If a client request for an anonymous connection is rejected and the client responds with valid authenticating data, the connection is counted as nonanonymous. There might be a lag between the counter value and the exact number of connections: new and closed connections might not be reflected immediately in the counter value.

PERF_COUNTER_RAWCOUNT

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