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Chapter 6      Managing and Monitoring via the CLI
Reading the Available Components of Monitoring
For example, if the Cisco IronPort appliance receives 100 recipients in a single 
minute, then the rate for the 1 minute interval will be 6,000 per hour. The rate for 
the 5-minute interval will be 1,200 per hour, and the 15-minute rate will be 400 
per hour. The rates are calculated to indicate what the average rate for the hour 
would be if the rate for the one minute period continued. Therefore, 100 messages 
each minute would yield a higher rate than 100 messages over 15 minutes.
Table 6-3 lists the available rates and their description when monitoring the Cisco 
IronPort appliance. 
Note
This is the entire list. The displayed rates will vary depending upon which display 
option or command you choose. Use this list as a reference. 
Table 6-3
Rates
Statistic
Description
Messages Received
Rate of messages inserted into the delivery queue per 
hour.
Recipients Received
Rate of the number of recipients on all messages 
inserted into the delivery queue per hour.
Soft Bounced Events
Rate of the number of soft bounce events per hour. (A 
message that soft bounces multiple times has multiple 
soft bounce events.)
Completed Recipients
Rate of the total of all hard bounced recipients, 
delivered recipients and deleted recipients. Any 
recipient that is removed from the delivery queue is 
considered completed.
Hard Bounced Recipients
Rate of the total of all DNS hard bounces, 5XX hard 
bounces, filter hard bounces, expired hard bounces and 
other hard bounces per hour. A failed attempt to deliver 
a message to a recipient that results in immediate 
termination of that delivery is a hard bounce.
Delivered Recipients
Rate of messages successfully delivered to a recipient 
per hour. 
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Chapter 6      Managing and Monitoring via the CLI
Monitoring Via the CLI
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Monitoring Via the CLI
This section describes the following topics:
Monitoring the Email Status, page 6-10
Monitoring Detailed Email Status, page 6-13
Monitoring the Status of a Mail Host, page 6-18
Determining the Make-up of the Email Queue, page 6-24
Displaying Real-time Activity, page 6-26
Monitoring Inbound Email Connections, page 6-29
Checking the DNS Status, page 6-32
Resetting Email Monitoring Counters, page 6-33
Monitoring the Email Status
You may want to monitor the status of email operations on the Cisco IronPort 
appliance. The 
status
command returns a subset of the monitored information 
about email operations. The statistics returned displayed in one of two fashions: 
counters and gauges. Counters provide a running total of various events in the 
system. For each counter, you can view the total number of events that have 
occurred since the counter was reset, since the last system reboot, and over the 
system's lifetime. Gauges show the current utilization of a system resource such 
as memory, disk space, or active connections.
For a description of each item, see Reading the Available Components of 
Monitoring, page 6-1.
Table 6-4
Mail Status
Statistic
Description
Status as of 
Displays the current system time and date. 
Last counter reset
Displays the last time the counters were reset. 
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Chapter 6      Managing and Monitoring via the CLI
Monitoring Via the CLI
System status
Online, offline, receiving suspended, or delivery suspended. 
Note that the status will be “receiving suspended” only 
when all listeners are suspended. The status will be 
“offline” when receiving and delivery are suspended for all 
listeners.
Oldest Message
Displays the oldest message waiting to be delivered by the 
system. 
Features
Displays any special features installed on the system by the 
featurekey
command. 
Table 6-4
Mail Status
Statistic
Description
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Example
mail3.example.com> status
Status as of:              Thu Oct 21 14:33:27 2004 PDT
Up since:                    Wed Oct 20 15:47:58 2004 PDT (22h 45m 29s)
Last counter reset:        Never
System status:             Online
Oldest Message:             4 weeks 46 mins 53 secs
Counters:                     Reset          Uptime        Lifetime
Receiving
Messages Received      62,049,822         290,920      62,049,822
Recipients Received    62,049,823         290,920      62,049,823
Rejection
Rejected Recipients     3,949,663          11,921       3,949,663
Dropped Messages       11,606,037             219      11,606,037
Queue
Soft Bounced Events     2,334,552          13,598       2,334,552
Completion
Completed Recipients   50,441,741         332,625      50,441,741
Current IDs
Message ID (MID)                                       99524480
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Monitoring Via the CLI
Monitoring Detailed Email Status
The 
status detail 
command returns complete monitored information about 
email operations. The statistics returned are displayed in one of three categories: 
counters, rates, and gauges. Counters provide a running total of various events in 
the system. For each counter, you can view the total number of events that have 
occurred since the counter was reset, since the last system reboot, and over the 
system’s lifetime. Gauges show the current utilization of a system resource such 
as memory, disk space, or active connections. All rates are shown as the average 
Injection Conn. ID (ICID)                              51180368
Delivery Conn. ID (DCID)                               17550674
Gauges:                               Current
Connections
Current Inbound Conn.                   0
Current Outbound Conn.                 14
Queue
Active Recipients                   7,166
Messages In Work Queue                  0
Messages In Quarantine             16,248
Kilobytes Used                    387,143
Kilobytes In Quarantine         338,206
Kilobytes Free                 39,458,745
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rate an event occurs per hour at the specific point in time the query is made. Rates 
are calculated for three intervals, the average rate per hour over the past one (1) 
minute, the past five (5) minutes, and the past fifteen (15) minutes. For a 
description of each item, see Reading the Available Components of Monitoring, 
page 6-1.
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Example
mail3.example.com> status detail
Status as of:           Thu Jun 30 13:09:18 2005 PDT
Up since:                Thu Jun 23 22:21:14 2005 PDT (6d 14h 48m 4s)
Last counter reset:            Tue Jun 29 19:30:42 2004 PDT
System status:                 Online
Oldest Message:                No Messages
Feature - IronPort Anti-Spam:  17 days
Feature - Sophos:              Dormant/Perpetual
Feature - Outbreak Filters: Dormant/Perpetual
Feature - Central Mgmt:        Dormant/Perpetual
Counters:                       Reset          Uptime        Lifetime
Receiving
Messages Received       2,571,967          24,760       3,113,176
Recipients Received     2,914,875          25,450       3,468,024
Gen. Bounce Recipients      2,165               0           7,451
Rejection
Rejected Recipients     1,019,453             792       1,740,603
Dropped Messages        1,209,001              66       1,209,028
Queue
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Soft Bounced Events        11,236               0          11,405
Completion
Completed Recipients    2,591,740          49,095       3,145,002
Hard Bounced Recipients   2,469               0           7,875
DNS Hard Bounces          199               0           3,235
5XX Hard Bounces        2,151               0           4,520
Expired Hard Bounces      119               0             120
Filter Hard Bounces         0               0               0
Other Hard Bounces          0               0               0
Delivered Recipients  2,589,270          49,095       3,137,126
Deleted Recipients            1               0               1
Global Unsub. Hits          0               0               0
DomainKeys Signed Msgs         10               9              10
Current IDs
Message ID (MID)                                          7615199
Injection Conn. ID (ICID)                                 3263654
Delivery Conn. ID (DCID)                                  1988479
Rates (Events Per Hour):      1-Minute       5-Minutes      15-Minutes
Receiving
Messages Received             180             300             188
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Recipients Received           180             300             188
Queue
Soft Bounced Events             0               0               0
Completion
Completed Recipients          360             600             368
Hard Bounced Recipients       0               0               0
Delivered Recipients        360             600             368
Gauges:                               Current
System
RAM Utilization                        1%
CPU Utilization
MGA                                  0%
AntiSpam                             0%
AntiVirus                            0%
Disk I/O Utilization                   0%
Resource Conservation                   0
Connections
Current Inbound Conn.                   0
Current Outbound Conn.                  0
Queue
Active Recipients                       0
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Note
A case could exist in a newly installed appliance where the oldest message 
counter shows a message but, in fact, there are no recipients shown in counters. If 
the remote host is connecting and in the process of receiving a message very 
slowly (that is, it takes minutes to receive a message), you might see that the 
recipients received counter displays “
0
” but the oldest message counter displays 
1
.” This is because the oldest message counter displays messages in progress. 
The counter will be reset if the connection is eventually dropped. 
Monitoring the Status of a Mail Host
If you suspect delivery problems to a specific recipient host or you want to gather 
information on a Virtual Gateway address, the 
hoststatus
command displays this 
information. The 
hoststatus
command returns monitoring information about 
email operations relating to a specific recipient host. The command requires that 
you enter the domain of the host information to be returned. DNS information 
stored in the AsyncOS cache and the last error returned from the recipient host is 
also given. Data returned is cumulative since the last 
resetcounters
command. 
The statistics returned are displayed in two categories: counters and gauges. For 
a description of each item, see Reading the Available Components of Monitoring, 
page 6-1.
Unattempted Recipients                0
Attempted Recipients                  0
Messages In Work Queue                  0
Messages In Quarantine                 19
Destinations In Memory                  3
Kilobytes Used                        473
Kilobytes In Quarantine             473
Kilobytes Free                 39,845,415
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