newtmgr stat

Read statistics from a device.

Usage:

newtmgr stat <stats_name> -c <conn_profile> [flags]
newtmgr stat [command] -c <conn_profile> [flags]

Global Flags:

-c, --conn string       connection profile to use
-h, --help              help for newtmgr
-l, --loglevel string   log level to use (default "info")
    --name string       name of target BLE device; overrides profile setting
-t, --timeout float     timeout in seconds (partial seconds allowed) (default 10)
-r, --tries int         total number of tries in case of timeout (default 1)

Description

Displays statistic for the stats named <stats_name> from a device. You can use the list subcommand to get a list of the stats names from the device. Newtmgr uses the conn_profile connection profile to connect to the device.

Sub-command Explanation
stat The newtmgr stat command displays the statistics for the stats_name Stats from a device.
list The newtmgr stat list command displays the list of Stats names from a device.

Examples

Sub-command Usage
newtmgr stat ble_att -c profile01 Displays the ble_att statistics on a device. Newtmgr connects to the device over a connection specified in the profile01 connection profile.
newtmgr stat list -c profile01 Displays the list of Stats names from a device. Newtmgr connects to the device over a connection specified in the profile01 connection profile.

Here are some example outputs for the myble application from the Enabling Newt Manager in any app tutiorial:

The statistics for the ble_att Stats:

   $ newtmgr stat ble_att -c myserial
   stat group: ble_att
            0 error_rsp_rx
            0 error_rsp_tx
            0 exec_write_req_rx
            0 exec_write_req_tx
            0 exec_write_rsp_rx
            0 exec_write_rsp_tx
            0 find_info_req_rx
            0 find_info_req_tx
            0 find_info_rsp_rx
            0 find_info_rsp_tx
            0 find_type_value_req_rx
            0 find_type_value_req_tx
            0 find_type_value_rsp_rx
            0 find_type_value_rsp_tx

                  ...

            0 read_rsp_rx
            0 read_rsp_tx
            0 read_type_req_rx
            0 read_type_req_tx
            0 read_type_rsp_rx
            0 read_type_rsp_tx
            0 write_cmd_rx
            0 write_cmd_tx
            0 write_req_rx
            0 write_req_tx
            0 write_rsp_rx
            0 write_rsp_tx

The list of Stats names using the list subcommand:
$ newtmgr stat list -c myserial
stat groups:
    ble_att
    ble_gap
    ble_gattc
    ble_gatts
    ble_hs
    ble_l2cap
    ble_ll
    ble_ll_conn
    ble_phy
    stat