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This section will show you how to get and manage all statistics provided by eXo JCR. All the statistics are controlled by the statistics manager which is reponsible for printing data into the CSV files and exposing the statistics through JMX and/or Rest.

The statistics manager will create all the CSV files for each category of statistics under its management. These files are in the format of
`Statistics${category-name}-${creation-timestamp}.csv`

.
Those files will be created into the user directory if it is possible
otherwise it will create them into the temporary directory. The `.csv`

files (for example, Comma-Separated Values) includes: one new line which is added regularly (every 5 seconds by default) and one last line which will be added at JVM exit.
Each line has 5 figures described below for each method and globally for all methods.

** **

`Min` | The minimum time spent into the method expressed in milliseconds. |

`Max` | The maximum time spent into the method expressed in milliseconds. |

`Total` | The total amount of time spent into the method expressed in milliseconds. |

`Avg` | The average time spent into the method expressed in milliseconds. |

`Times` | The total amount of times the method has been called. |

By default, the JVM parameter called
* JCRStatisticsManager.persistence.enabled*
is set to "true".
Also, the

`JCRStatisticsManager.persistence.timeout`

You can also access the statistics thanks to JMX, the available methods are the following:

** **

`getMin` | Give the minimum time spent into the method corresponding
to the given category name and statistics name. The expected
arguments are the name of the category of statistics (for example,
) and the name of the expected method or
global for the global value.`JDBCStorageConnection` |

`getMax` | Give the maximum time spent into the method corresponding
to the given category name and statistics name. The expected
arguments are the name of the category of statistics (for example,
) and the name of the expected method or
global for the global value.`JDBCStorageConnection` |

`getTotal` | Give the total amount of time spent into the method
corresponding to the given category name and statistics name.
The expected arguments are the name of the category of
statistics (for example, ) and the name of the
expected method or global for the global value.`JDBCStorageConnection` |

`getAvg` | Give the average time spent into the method corresponding
to the given category name and statistics name. The expected
arguments are the name of the category of statistics (for example,
) and the name of the expected method or
global for the global value.`JDBCStorageConnection` |

`getTimes` | Give the total amount of times the method has been called
corresponding to the given category name and statistics name.
The expected arguments are the name of the category of
statistics (for example, ) and the name of the
expected method or global for the global value.`JDBCStorageConnection` |

`reset` | Reset the statistics for the given category name and
statistics name. The expected arguments are the name of the
category of statistics (for example, ) and the name
of the expected method or global for the global value.`JDBCStorageConnection` |

`resetAll` | Reset all the statistics for the given category name. The
expected argument is the name of the category of statistics
(for example, ).`JDBCStorageConnection` |

The full name of the related MBean is
* exo:service=statistic, view=jcr*.