FC 57 - Node Statistics Block

The node statistics block combines the functionality of node performance statistic outputs and last block along with extended executive block functions. The function code is part of the HAC controller default block configuration at blocks 31,999 through 32,025. The terminating executive function code replaces the last block function code 89 in the default configuration. The output indicates the options configuration including the module network type, time-stamping, I/O Hnet cable length, peer-to-peer Hnet cable length, and revision checking. The node performance statistics are included as the block outputs of this function code.

 

NOTE: This function code is supported only on the HAC controller.

 

 

Outputs:

 

Blk

Type

Description

31,999

R

Options configuration

Network type

XXX3 = Cnet with time-stamping

 

I/O Hnet cable length

XX0X = 4000m

XX1X = 9000m

XX2X = 7000m

XX3X = 5000m

XX4X = 2600m

XX5X = 1600m

XX6X= 1300m

XX7X= 1100m

 

Peer-to-peer Hnet cable length

X0XX = 4000m

X1XX = 9000m

X2XX = 7000m

X3XX = 5000m

X4XX = 2600m

X5XX = 1600m

X6XX = 1300m

X7XX = 1100m

 

Revision check

0XXX = Revision check disabled

1XXX = Revision check enabled

 

32,000

R

Reserved

32,001

R

Total number of bytes transmitted by the node per second

32,002

R

Total number of messages transmitted by the node per second.

32,003

R

Total number of bytes received by the node per second.

32,004

R

Total number of bytes sent by the node per second.

32,005

R

Total number of messages received by the node per second.

32,006

R

Total number of messages sent by the node per second.

32,007

R

Total number of exception reports received by the node per second.

32,008

R

Total number of exception reports sent by the node per second.

32,009

R

Total number of GMI messages received by the node per second.

32,010

R

Total number of GMI messages sent by the node per second.

32,011

R

Percentage of node’s module processing power currently being used.

32,012

R

Number of bytes transferred per second on the expander bus from the NIO to the communication module.

32,013

R

Number of bytes transferred per second on the expander bus from the communication module to the NIO.

32,014

R

Number of messages transferred per second on the expander bus from the NIO to the communication module.

32,015

R

Number of messages transferred per second on the expander bus from the communication module to the NIO.

32,016

R

Reserved

32,017

R

Reserved

32,018

R

Reserved

32,019

R

Reserved

32,020

R

Reserved

32,021

R

Reserved

32,022

R

Reserved

32,023

R

Reserved

32,024

R

Reserved

32,025

R

Reserved

 

 

 

 

Specifications:

Spec

Tune

Default

Type

Range

Description

S1

N

NULL

String

0 - 32 chars

Reserved for future use

 

S21

N

20,000

R

10,008 - 400,000

Amount of memory (in bytes) allocated for

XR routes connected to this module and the

number of HCUs on the system.

 

S3

Y

0.0

R

FULL

Reserved for future use

S4

Y

0.0

R

FULL

Reserved for future use

S5

Y

0.0

R

FULL

Reserved for future use

S6

Y

0.0

R

FULL

Reserved for future use

S7

Y

0

I

FULL

Reserved for future use

S82

N

0

I

0 - 4

Maximum number of destination nodes connected

through the peer-to-peer network. A

value of zero disables the peer-to-peer

channel status reporting for stand-alone

HAC units. A value of zero has no effect on

the peer-to-peer channel status reporting of

redundant HAC units.

 

S9

N

0.0

R

FULL

Reserved for future use

S10

N

0.0

R

FULL

Reserved for future use

 

NOTE:

1. The amount of memory needed = (18 x number of export routes) + (18 x number of HCUs on the system).

2. Setting this value too low results in the module entering error mode with a configuration error (type 0x6 - data type conflict).

 

57.1  EXPLANATIONS

 

Specifications

 

S1

Reserved for future use.

 

S2

The amount of memory (in bytes) allocated for XR routes connected to this module and the number of HCUs in the system. Failure to allocate sufficient memory will prevent the establishment of some XR routes.

 

S3-S7

Reserved for future use.

 

S8

Defines the maximum number of HAC nodes that can be referenced by peer-to-peer network function blocks (FC25, FC 41, FC 63, FC 64, FC 95) in the HAC function block configuration. Setting this value too low results in the module entering error mode with a configuration error (type 0x6 - data type conflict).

 

NOTE: When utilizing FC 95 to monitor the module status of the backup HAC (FC 95, S4 = 1X), S8 of FC 57 must be set to account for the backup as a separate node.

 

S9-S10

Reserved for future use.