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Report total traffic used per allocation via Redis

Publish total traffic information when an allocation is deleted. This
makes it easier for applications to monitor total usage per session.
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Bradley T. Hughes
Bradley T. Hughes committed Nov 20, 2017
1 parent f0376e8 commit 86967b93f3c08c407fdda56583ae52691688dd51
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  1. +8 −0 src/apps/relay/ns_ioalib_engine_impl.c
  2. +6 −0 turndb/schema.stats.redis
@@ -3596,6 +3596,14 @@ void turn_report_allocation_delete(void *a)
send_message_to_redis(e->rch, "del", key, "");
send_message_to_redis(e->rch, "publish", key, "deleted");
// report total traffic usage for this allocation
if(ss->[0]) {
snprintf(key, sizeof(key), "turn/realm/%s/user/%s/allocation/%018llu/total_traffic", ss->, (char*)ss->username, (unsigned long long)ss->id);
} else {
snprintf(key, sizeof(key), "turn/user/%s/allocation/%018llu/total_traffic", (char*)ss->username, (unsigned long long)ss->id);
send_message_to_redis(e->rch, "publish", key, "rcvp=%lu, rcvb=%lu, sentp=%lu, sentb=%lu", (unsigned long)(ss->t_received_packets), (unsigned long)(ss->t_received_bytes), (unsigned long)(ss->t_sent_packets), (unsigned long)(ss->t_sent_bytes));
@@ -16,6 +16,12 @@ The keys are "turn/user/<username>/allocation/<id>/traffic". The application tha
in the traffic information must subscribe to the events as:
psubscribe turn/realm/*/user/*/allocation/*/traffic
Total traffic information is also reported when the allocation is deleted. The keys are
"turn/user/<username>/allocation/<id>/total_traffic". Applications interested in the total amount
of traffic per allocation can subscribe to these events as:
psubscribe turn/realm/*/user/*/allocation/*/total_traffic
Or, to receive all allocation events:

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