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This product reached the end of support date on March 31, 2021.

What Does "no-trans" Mean in lapp, lanlzr, and lsess Commands

genesius_jarom1
Organizer

I know many of you are getting tired of my complaining about the DCRUM 12.4 documentation, but it is pathetic.


Yet another instance where Dynatrace staff have obviously written code, but no one wrote documentation to explain it.

Here is what I run

lsess anlzrtype="http"

1aa.3b.1c.6d:3xxx 1ee.2f.6g.7h "exxxx_App" "no-trans" s:178 sb:265779 cb:101147 sp:484 cp:560 ud:0 e:0 dcr:0 pg:0

What does "no-trans" mean?

The only reference I could find was from this https://community.dynatrace.com/community/display...

Unknown Traffic

Traffic
that does not match any of the user-defined or default software service
definitions (none of the content-based rules is positive and the port
is not listed as a well-known port) is reported as unknown TCP/UDP
traffic.

  • For IP traffic, bytes and packets are reported.
  • For TCP traffic, the Generic No-Trans analyzer is used.

However, two things. First, this is explaining 12.3, not 12.4. I am running 12.4. Second, this mentions "Generic No-Trans". I am running analyzer type http.

Thanks and God bless,
Genesius

2 REPLIES 2

wojciech_kurek
Inactive

Genesius,

If a software service configured using the HTTP analyzer is showing up in lsess output as "no-trans" it means the AMD does not have a license for the HTTP decode and is analyzing traffic using the generic transactionless analyzer.

Wojtek.

Thanks @Wojciech K.

It
would be very helpful if the screen stated "no-license" instead of
"no-trans". And if the 2000+ pages of documentation stated there is a
license issue when "no-trans" is displayed in rcon command output.

Thanks again and God bless,

Genesius