The sloppy stats command displays usage statistics of running instances (memory, traffic). It’s always good to know how much it takes to keep your applications running.

Usage

The general syntax of the sloppy stats command is as follows:

$ sloppy stats [OPTIONS] MyProjectName

Options

The following options will work in conjunction with the sloppy stats command.

--help Show help for command. -a, --all Show all instances (default shows just running instances). 

Output

Once you have executed the sloppy stats command, it will return the statistics of applications contained in the project, like in this example:

Stats

$ sloppy stats wordpress
CONTAINER                     MEM / LIMIT           MEM %   NET I/O Extern        NET I/O Intern        LAST UPDATE
frontend/apache-bff845        25.5 MiB / 512 MiB    5.0%    4.32 KiB / 1.19 KiB   5.22 MiB / 1.29 KiB   Less than a second
backend/mysql-f67490          276 MiB / 512 MiB     54.0%   25.9 KiB / 648 B      12.7 MiB / 29.9 KiB   1 seconds

What does this information tell you?

| Note, that this output is just showing information of the running instances. If you want to see the output of all instances, you need to add -a or --all flag.

MEM / LIMIT
This column shows how much memory your application is using from total possible per instance.

MEM %
How many percent are used out of total memory. 

NET I/O EXTERN
External network traffic usage. 

NET I/O INTERN
Internal network traffic usage. 

LAST UPDATE
Shows the last time the statistics information was updated.

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