3900&5900 Series Base Station Performance Counter Reference

Li.Xiaolan  Senior  (1)
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1. Application Description

1) Service Description
A performance counter defines the measurement items of a measurement object and can be used for network performance assessment, network optimization, and fault detection.
The following concepts help you better understand a performance counter:

  • Counter: (also counter timer), data that must be collected for a measurement, such as number of requests and service traffic    
  • Function subset: (also called measurement unit), a set of measurement counters with the same attribute, for example: the function subset of Ethernet port measurement refers to statistics of different types of traffic over an Ethernet port.   
  • Function set: a set of multiple function subsets with the same attributes, for example, the function set Measurements Related to Network Layer consists of three function subsets: IP Measurement <Network.IP>, IPv6 Measurement <Network.IPv6> and Tunnel Measurement <Network.Tunnel>.   
  • Object type: (also called measurement object) a physical entity or logical entity, such as E1T1, Ethernet port, and IPPATH6.   
  • The following figure shows the relationship between the object type, function set, function subset, and counter.  
  

2) Documentation Description
For details about how to measure performance counters for 3900 series single-mode or multimode base stations, see the performance counter reference.
  • The following table lists three performance counter references of SingleRAN8.0.
  
  • In SingleRAN9.0 and later, the co-MPT base stations, NodeB, and eNodeB share one performance counter reference, as described in the following table. 
  

  • In SingleRAN15.1 and later, the co-MPT base stations Support 5G, and gNodeB added in performance counter reference. 

The performance counter references of all versions are described by object. The following figure shows the document structure.
  


2. Highlights 

1) The counter relationship is provided in SingleRAN8.0 and later.
In SingleRAN8.0 and later, counter relationship is added to the description of the function subset. Therefore, you can conveniently query and understand counter relationships covering counters of a maximum of nine levels.

2) Performance counters can be filtered by mode in SingleRAN9.0 and later
In SingleRAN9.0 and later, the co-MPT base stations, NodeB, and eNodeB share one performance counter reference. Node Performance Counter Measurement and the performance counter reference corresponding to a network mode are provided for each mode. The Node resource module manages equipment and transmission resources, and Node Performance Counter Measurement contains all counters related to equipment and transmission of each mode.
You can learn about the mode to which a counter applies based on information displayed under Applicable Mode in the Counters section.
 
If you want to know specific counters applicable to a certain mode, see the Applicable Mode column in Node Performance Counter Summary under Node Performance Counter Measurement.
 
  3. Reference Documents
  

Product

Version

Link

3900 & 5900 Series Base Stations

V100R012C10

3900 & 5900 Series Base Station Performance Counter Reference

3900 & 5900 Series Base Stations

V100R013C10

3900 & 5900 Series Base Station Performance Counter Reference

3900 & 5900 Series Base Stations

V100R015C10

3900 & 5900 Series Base Station Performance Counter Reference

This post was last edited by BenLiu at 2019-09-27 09:08.
nklsureshkumar  Platinum 
4 years 2 months ago
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user_2837311  Diamond 
2 years 9 months ago
useful document, thanks
user_3088453  Junior 
2 years 4 months ago
Good Knowledge sharing, Thanks......
j80010868  Jackeroo 
2 years 2 months ago
good contribution ! very useful
m84040590  Junior 
2 years 2 months ago
useful document
Johnson_Song  Medium 
1 year 4 months ago
Good summary