The command to run the HyperNotifStatistics tool:
#dmctl -s <server name> invoke ICS_NLManager::ICS-NLManager reportHyperNotifStats
SA-9.0_NL-Driver-HyperNotif [1 worker(s)] Current Size 0 , max 0; processed entries 0 SM_ProtocolEngine-1 19527 SA [1 worker(s)] Current Size 0 , max 27; processed entries 32 SM_ProtocolEngine-4 3340 IC Console - V126.96.36.199 [0 worker(s)] Current Size 0 , max 26; processed entries 29
In the output:
SA-9.0_NL-Driver-HyperNotif — Indicates the name of the thread along with the number of workers, which is the number of threads in the process.
Current size — Indicates the current size of the queue.
Max — Indicates the maximum size of the queue, at any point in time. This is a historical data.
Processed entries — Indicates the total number of entries processed.Note:
The HyperNotif Connections are cleaned up only after 45 minutes of inactivity. Therefore, the stale connections will be reported for that duration. For example, if a Service Assurance Manager Console is detached, or if a Console is closed, and the command is run, then the output will still show the stale connections.