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ACS/RSVP 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 ACS/RSVP Service performance object reports statistics about the Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP) service and about local applications that use Quality of Service (QoS). The ACS/RSVP Service object is available even if the RSVP service is not running.


Counter Name Description Counter Type

Bytes in QoS Notifications

Shows a running total of the number of bytes that were delivered in QoS notifications to applications that use QoS.


Failed QoS Requests

Shows the number of QoS requests that were generated by applications that use QoS and that were rejected by the ACS/RSVP service. Failed QoS requests can be caused by invalid QoS requests.


Failed QoS Sends

Shows the number of QoS notifications from the ACS/RSVP service that could not be sent to the QoS applications. Failed QoS sends can be caused by terminated applications.


Network Interfaces

Shows the number of local network interfaces (IP addresses) that are visible to, and used by, the RSVP service.


Network Sockets

Shows the total number of raw sockets that were opened for the purpose of RSVP signaling.


QoS notifications

Shows the number of QoS notifications that were delivered to applications that use QoS by the QoS RSVP service.


QoS Sockets

Shows the number of sockets that use QoS.


QoS-Enabled Receivers

Shows the number of RESV messages sent for receivers that use QoS.


QoS-Enabled Senders

Shows the number of PATH messages sent for senders that use QoS.


RSVP Sessions

Shows the current number of active RSVP sessions on the ACS/RSVP service.



Shows the number of timer events that are scheduled to take place. This counter shows the activity level of the ACS/RSVP service.


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