Management Agent Run Statistics

The following tables contain synchronization statistics that might appear in Operations, as well as descriptions for each of those statistics.

Discovery statistics

 

Statistic Description

Filtered Deletions

This is the count of object deletions in the delta stream that could not be matched up to objects in the connector space. This is as an indication that the work is being done during the process of the run for which there is no actual changes being made to the connector space.

Filtered Objects

This counter indicates the number of object changes (other than tombstones) that the Active Directory management agent has received from the DIRSYNC control and rejected because the objects are not within the container filter configured for the management agent. Container filtering in Active Directory management agents is handled by the management agent as opposed to using DIRSYNC container filtering so it can correctly handle renames.

Staging statistics

 

Statistic Description

Unchanged

The object referred to by the change was looked up by the anchor and found in the connector space with the same distinguished name (also known as DN). By comparing attributes and values, it was determined that its hologram in the connector space matches the incoming change, which will result in no change.

Adds

The object referred to by the change was looked up by the anchor and not found in the connector space. A new connector space object was created with the information specified in this change. If there is a connector space object with a different anchor and the same distinguished name (also known as DN), the existing connector space object will be moved into the transient state. This transient move is not accounted for in the statistics.

Updates

The object referred to by the change was looked up by the anchor and found in the connector space with the same distinguished name (also known as DN). By comparing attributes and values, it was determined that its hologram in the connector space is different, implying that there is an update.

noteNote
If there are multiple updates to a single object, then each update will be reported in the counter total. When you click Updates, Object Details contains an entry for each update operation. However, each of the object properties displayed will be of the object's current state.

Renames

The object referred to by the change was looked up by the anchor and found in the connector space, but the distinguished name (also known as DN) is different. Staging a rename will cause the distinguished name in the connector space to change and that can trigger a move of an existing connector space object to a transient state. This transient move is not accounted for in the statistics.

Deletes

For delta import runs, the incoming change was a delete and the object being deleted was found in the connector space. For full import runs, either an incoming delete was imported and found in the connector space or the object was obsolete. There is no difference in the accounting of the two cases, but generally for the management agents for Active Directory and Active Directory Application Mode (ADAM) staging this counter indicates the number of imported tombstones that corresponded to objects in the connector space.

Export statistics

 

Statistic Description

Adds

The count of new object creations that the management agent has processed successfully or which have been written to the drop file.

Updates

The count of object updates, which do not involve renames of the object, that the management agent has processed successfully or which have been written to the drop file.

Renames

The count of object updates, which do include renames of the object, that the management agent has processed successfully or which have been written to the drop file.

Deletes

The count of object deletes that the management agent has processed successfully or which have been written to the drop file.

Delete Adds

The count of modifications, which involve deleting the existing object and adding a new object with the same distinguished name (also known as DN), that the management agent has processed successfully or which have been written to the drop file.

Inbound synchronization statistics

 

Statistic Description (one or more of the following)

Projections

  • The count of disconnectors that were projected for which there was no actual import attribute flow to the metaverse.

  • The count of disconnectors that were projected for which actual attribute changes flowed to the metaverse.

  • The count of disconnectors that tried to project to the metaverse, but in the process the provisioning extension programmatically disconnected connectors leading to the removal of the metaverse object it was trying to create.

Joins

  • The count of disconnectors that were successfully joined for which there was no actual attribute changes flowed to the metaverse.

  • The count of disconnectors that were successfully joined for which actual attribute changes flowed to the metaverse.

  • The count of disconnectors that joined to metaverse objects in the first part of the synchronization process, but ended up removing that metaverse object because the provisioning extension programmatically disconnected its connectors.

Filtered Disconnectors

  • The count of disconnectors that were run through the connector filter and marked as filtered disconnectors.

Disconnectors

  • The count of disconnectors that successfully passed the connector filter test, but which there were no rules calling for them to project or join and now remain as normal disconnectors in the connector space.

Connectors with Flow Updates

  • The count of existing connectors that passed the connector filter test and remained connectors. When import attribute flow was applied, new or changed values were flowed to the metaverse.

  • The count of disconnectors that were projected for which actual attribute changes flowed to the metaverse.

  • The count of disconnectors that were successfully joined for which actual attribute changes flowed to the metaverse.

  • The count of existing connectors that passed the connector filter test and had import attribute flow applied to them, but had their metaverse object removed because the provisioning extension programmatically disconnected the connectors joined to that metaverse object.

Connectors without Flow Updates

  • The count of existing connectors that passed the connector filter test and remained connectors. When import attribute flow was applied to these connectors, no actual attribute flow to the metaverse occurred.

  • The count of disconnectors that were projected for which there was no actual import attribute flow to the metaverse.

  • The count of disconnectors that were successfully joined for which there was no actual attribute changes flowed to the metaverse.

Filtered Connectors

  • The count of existing connectors which were disconnected by the connector filter on this pass but the metaverse object was left in place.

  • The count of existing connectors which were disconnected by the connector filter on this pass causing the metaverse object to be removed.

Deleted Connectors

  • The count of existing connectors which were deleted on this pass for which the metaverse object was left in place.

  • The count of existing connectors which were deleted on this pass for which the metaverse object was removed.

Metaverse Object Deletes

  • The count of disconnectors that tried to project to the metaverse, but in the process the provisioning extension programmatically disconnected connectors leading to the removal of the metaverse object it was trying to create.

  • The count of disconnectors that joined to metaverse objects in the first part of the synchronization process, but ended up removing that metaverse object because the provisioning extension programmatically disconnected its connectors.

  • The count of existing connectors that passed the connector filter test and had import attribute flow applied to them, but had their metaverse object removed because the provisioning extension programmatically disconnected the connectors joined to that metaverse object.

  • The count of existing connectors which were deleted on this pass for which the metaverse object was removed.

  • The count of existing connectors which were disconnected by the connector filter on this pass causing the metaverse object to be removed.

Outbound synchronization statistics

 

Statistic Description (one or more of the following)

Export Attribute Flow

  • The count of existing connectors that performed export attribute flow for which there was actual attribute flow from the metaverse to this object.

  • The count of newly provisioned connectors that were added to the connector space of this management agent for which there was some actual export attribute flow from the metaverse to the connector space (in addition to initial values the provisioning script might have set at the time of provisioning).

  • The count of provisioned renames during this run management agent for which there was some actual export attribute flow from the metaverse to the connector space.

Provisioning Adds

  • The count of newly provisioned connectors that were added to the connector space of this management agent for which there was no actual export attribute flow from the metaverse to the connector space (although the provisioning script might have set some initial values at the time of provisioning).

  • The count of newly provisioned connectors that were added to the connector space of this management agent for which there was some actual export attribute flow from the metaverse to the connector space (in addition to initial values the provisioning script might have set at the time of provisioning).

Provisioning Renames

  • The count of provisioned renames during this run management agent for which there was no actual export attribute flow from the metaverse to the connector space.

  • The count of provisioned renames during this run management agent for which there was some actual export attribute flow from the metaverse to the connector space.

Provisioning Disconnects

  • The count of provisioned disconnects during this run.

Provisioning Delete/Adds

  • The count of connectors that first provisioned a connector delete, and then provisioned an add with the same distinguished name (also known as DN) for which there was no actual export attribute flow from the metaverse to the connector space (although the provisioning script may have set some initial values at the time of provisioning).

  • The count of connectors that first provisioned a connector delete, and then provisioned an add with the same distinguished name (also known as DN) for which there was some actual export attribute flow from the metaverse to the connector space (in addition to initial values the provisioning script may have set at the time of provisioning).

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