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Last Modified Date12/7/2017 2:25 AM
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This article provides information about retrieve the virtual server stats from the Pulse vADC using the zcli command line.
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The Pulse ZCLI is a command-line tool that allows you to configure and retrieve different information from the Traffic Manager such as obtaining the Virtual Server status or statistics.

For example; The zcli command "VirtualServer.getVirtualServerNames" will show you all existing virtual server names (both enabled and disabled).

To see more information about the active Virtual Servers using the above example, typing the following ZCLI command: 
"stats virtualserver" <tab><tab>" will show the list of available/active Virtual 
Servers.  Then type the command again: "stats virtualserver <VS_Name>" and <enter> 
to display the status information such as:
Bytes IN/OUT
Connection Errors/Failures
Keep Alive Timeouts
Port
Protocol
etc......

For more information about using the ZCLI and details of the different options, please log into the ZCLI from an SSH session to the Traffic Manager and type:
# zcli <enter>
# ? <enter>
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