RemoteFX Performance Counters

This is a pure copy-and-paste article from a Spanish blog about Performance Counters regarding the RemoteFX protocol within Windows Server 2012. Took me a long time to google it – so saving it here for use later on.

 

RemoteFX Graphics

  • Average Encoding Time: Average frame encoding time
  • Frame Quality: Quality of the output frame expressed as a percentage of the quality of the source frame
  • Frames Skipped/second – Insufficient Client Resources: Number of frames skipped per second due to insufficient client resources
  • Frames Skipped/second – Insufficient Network Resources: Number of frames skipped per second due to insufficient network resources
  • Frames Skipped/second – Insufficient Server Resources: Number of frames skipped per second due to insufficient server resources
  • Grphics Compression Ratio: Ratio of the number of bytes encoded to the number of bytes input
  • Input Frames/second: Number of sources frames provided as input to RemoteFX graphics per second
  • Output Frames/second: Number of frames sent to the client per second
  • Source Frames/second: Number of frames composed by the source (DWM) per second

RemoteFX Network

  • Base TCP RTT: Base TCP round-trip time (RTT) detected in milliseconds
  • Base UDP RTT: Base UDP round-trip time (RTT) detected in milliseconds
  • Current TCP Bandwidth: TCP Bandwidth detected in bits per second (bps)
  • Current TCP RTT: Average TCP round-trip time (RTT) detected in milliseconds
  • Current UDP Bandwidth: TCP Bandwidth detected in bits per second (bps)
  • Current UDP RTT: Average TCP round-trip time (RTT) detected in milliseconds
  • FEC Rate: Forward Error Correction (FEC) percentage
  • Loss Rate: Loss percentage
  • Retransmission Rate: Percentage of packets that have been retransmitted
  • Set Rate P0: Rate in bits per second (bps) at which data is sent with priority 0
  • Set Rate P1: Rate in bits per second (bps) at which data is sent with priority 1
  • Set Rate P2: Rate in bits per second (bps) at which data is sent with priority 2
  • Set Rate P3: Rate in bits per second (bps) at which data is sent with priority 3
  • TCP Received Rate: Rate in bits per second (bps) at which data is received over TCP
  • TCP Send Rate: Rate in bits per second (bps) at which data is sent over TCP
  • Total Received Rate: Rate in bits per second (bps) at which data is received
  • Total Send Rate: Rate in bits per second (bps) at which data is sent
  • UDP Packets/Received/sec: Rate in packets per second at which packets are received over UDP
  • UDP Packets/Send/sec: Rate in packets per second at which packets are sent over UDP
  • UDP received Rate: Rate in bits per second (bps) at which data is received over UDP
  • UDP Send Rate: Rate in bits per second (bps) at which data is sent over UDP

One Comment

  1. Richard Reukema said:

    Do you know if these stats can be directly attributed with the User ID of the session?

    July 22, 2016
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