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correct one is ReqsPerSec = AvgReqs / 900
That is the average ops/sec in last 15 minute. Note that ops/sec will keep changing every second.
1 / RequestProcessingTime can be very wrong because denominator could be very small. Besides it is the approximate ops/second since the server is started.
Thanks a lot for your clarification.
perfdump is indeed very handy because it can be scheduled in crontab vs looking at console monitoring data. Do you think I could calculate ReqsPerSec from perfdump output data too?
For instance perfdump reports also "Average Connections Over Last 15 Minutes".
Could be usefull for that?
Many thanks again.
If you really need reqs/second then you can do so by :
a) at time t1, collect perf-dump and get total requests served (say r1)
b) at time t2, collect perf-dump and get total requests served (say r2)
So avg rq/sec = (r2 - r1)/(t2 - t1)
So you can yourself collect rq/sec based on last x minutes (or since the server start).
Just curious what do you want to do with rq/sec?