• processed – total number of messages processed by this action. This includes those messages that failed actual execution (so it is a total count of messages ever seen, but not necessarily successfully processed)
  • failed – total number of messages that failed during processing. These are actually lost if they have not been processed by some other action. Most importantly in a failover chain the messages are flagged as “failed” in the failing actions even though they are forwarded to the failover action (the failover action’s “processed” count should equal to failing actions “fail” count in this scenario)
  • suspended (7.5.8+) – total number of times this action suspended itself. Note that this counts the number of times the action transitioned from active to suspended state. The counter is no indication of how long the action was suspended or how often it was retried. This is intentional, as the counter as it currently is permits to tell how often the action ran into a failure condition.
  • suspended.duration (7.5.8+) – the total number of seconds this action was disabled. Note that the second count is incremented as soon as the action is suspended for another interval. As such, the time may be higher than it should be at the reporting point of time. If the pstats interval is shorter than the suspension timeout, the same suspended.duration value may be reported for successive pstats outputs. For a long-running system, this is considered a minimal difference. In general, note that this setting is not totally accurate, especially when running with multiple worker threads. In rsyslog v8, this is the total suspended time for all worker instances of this action.
  • resumed (7.5.8+) – total number of times this action resumed itself. A resumption occurs after the action has detected that a failure condition does no longer exist.

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