As Anthony pointed out, each member (client, server, locator, etc.) writes it's own statistics to it's own stats file.
There is are some server side stats that might have the information you are looking for - see CacheServerStats. That has information about how many operations the server has received, etc. -Dan On Tue, Apr 16, 2019 at 8:36 AM Anthony Baker <aba...@pivotal.io> wrote: > The client stats are written to a file on the client. They don’t get > published to the server. > > Anthony > > > On Apr 16, 2019, at 6:19 AM, Alberto Bustamante Reyes > <alberto.bustamante.re...@est.tech> wrote: > > > > Hi Geode community, > > > > Im trying to run a simple test to check how the client stats are > published on the server, but I have not been able to do it. > > > > The server is started with the statistic sampling enabled, and in the > client I set the sending interval with setPoolStatisticInterval, but when I > open the stats file with VSD, I cannot see any "ClientStat" there. I was > expecting to see the stats "Client-to-Server Messaging Performance > (ClientStats)". > > > > I have checked the code and these two actions (setting time interval and > stats sampling) are the two conditions that enable the publishing of the > client stats, if Im not wrong. > > > > What am I missing? Thanks in advance. > > > > BR/ > > > > Alberto >