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Mobility Performance Counters

 

Topic Last Modified: 2011-11-22

The following table lists the names and descriptions of performance counters that you can use to monitor servers running the Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Mobility Service. The category name for the counters in the following table is LS:Mcx - 00 - Mobile Communication Service.

Mobility Performance Counters

Counter Description

Average Lifetime for a Session in Milliseconds

The average lifetime for a session in milliseconds

Current Push Notification Subscriptions

The current number of push notification subscriptions. This number in conjunction with Currently Active Session Count represents the subset of currently active sessions that are registered for Windows Mobile or iPhone devices.

Currently Active Network Timeout Poll Count

The number of network polls that timed out

Currently Active Poll Count

The number of currently active polls (long-held connections to the server)

Currently Active Session Count

Current number of endpoints registered in the Mobility Service

Currently Active Session Count with Active Presence Subscriptions

The number of currently active sessions with active presence subscriptions

Push Notification Requests Failed/Second

The per second rate of failed push notifications

Push Notification Requests Succeeded/Second

The per second rate of successful push notifications

Push Notification Requests Throttled/Second

The per second rate of throttled push notifications

Push Notification Requests/Second

The per second rate of sent push notifications

Requests Failed/Second

The per second rate of failed requests

Requests Received/Second

The per second rate of received requests

Requests Rejected/Second

The per second rate of rejected requests

Requests Succeeded/Second

The per second rate of successful requests

Succeeded Initiate Session Requests/Second

The per second rate of successful Get Location requests. Requests to initiate a session consume the most CPU on the server. Peak supported load is 12/second. Sustainability depends on other loads on the server. Initiate a session typically means a sign-in for a user that has been signed out for an extended period of time.

Total Declined Inbound Voice Calls

The total number of inbound voice calls that were declined

Total Failed Inbound Voice Calls

The total number of inbound voice calls that failed

Total Failed Outbound Voice Calls

The total number of outbound voice calls that failed

Total number of sessions terminated by user

The total number of sessions terminated by users

Total Push Notification Requests

The total number of push notification requests

Total Push Notification Requests Failed

The total number of push notification requests that failed

Total Push Notification Requests Succeeded

The total number of push notification requests that were successful

Total Push Notification Requests Throttled

The total number of push notification requests that were throttled

Total Requests Failed

The total number of requests that failed

Total Requests received on the Command Channel

The total number of requests received on the command channel

Total Requests Rejected

The total number of requests that were rejected

Total Requests Succeeded

The total number of requests made to the Mobility Service that succeeded

Total Session Initiated Count

The total number of sessions that were initiated since the Mobility Service was started

Total Sessions Terminated Because of User Idle Timeout

The total number of sessions that were terminated because of user idle timeout

Total Successful Inbound Voice Calls

The total number of inbound voice calls that were successful

Total Successful Outbound Voice Calls

The total number of outbound voice calls that were successful

 
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