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User and Group Statistics

Created by Dhalia Turiaga, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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In the Serv-U File Server, administrators can view statistics about individual users and groups to gain perspective about the system resources consumed by users or groups of users as well as view current utilization statistics.

To view, click the "User/Group Statistics" (usually from the Domain Activity menu) and then select the user you wish to view statistics for. The page shows the stats of the first user in the Default "Collection" - to select a specific user, use the drop-down list to select the "Collection" the user is contained in (usually "Default), selecting the user from the "User" list. To select a Group to view stats on, click the "Group" button in the left-hand portion of the menu.


  • Serv-U MFT version 12.x ++
  • Windows Vista/7/8, Server 2008/2012 - C:\ProgramData\RhinoSoft\Serv-U (Folder is Hidden in Windows by default)
  • Windows 2000/XP, Server 2000/2003 - C:\Program Files\RhinoSoft\Serv-U
  • Linux - /usr/local/Serv-U


User and group statistics

The User and Group Statistics pages show detailed statistics based on individual user or group activity. Statistics viewed for a user or group are for that user or group only. The displayed information includes the following details.

Session statistics

Data Description
Current Sessions The number of sessions currently connected.
24 Hrs. Sessions The number of sessions that have connected in the past 24 hours.
Total Sessions The total number of sessions that have connected since being placed online.
Highest Num. Sessions The highest number of concurrent sessions that has been recorded since being placed online.
Avg. Session Length The average length of time a session has remained connected.
Longest Session The longest recorded time for a session.

Login statistics

Login statistics can apply to either a user or a group of users, depending on the statistics currently being viewed. Login statistics differ from session statistics because they apply to a login (providing a login ID and password) as opposed to connecting and disconnecting.

Data Description
Logins The total number of successful logins.

Last Login Time

The last recorded valid login time (not the last time a connection was made).
Last Logout Time The last recorded valid logout time.
Logouts The total number of logouts.
Most Logged In The highest number of simultaneously logged in sessions.
Longest Duration Logged In The longest amount of time a session was logged in.
Currently Logged In The number of sessions currently logged in.
Average Duration Logged In The average login time for all sessions.
Shortest Login Duration Seconds The shortest amount of time a session was logged in.

Transfer statistics

Data Description
Download Speed The cumulative download bandwidth currently being used.
Upload Speed The cumulative upload bandwidth currently being used.
Average Download Speed The average download bandwidth used since being placed online.
Average Upload Speed The average upload bandwidth used since being placed online.
Downloaded The total amount of data, and number of files, downloaded since being placed online.
Uploaded The total amount of data, and number of files, uploaded since being placed online.

Saving statistics

User and group statistics can be saved directly to a CSV file for programmatic analysis and review. To save statistics to a file, first select the user or group you want to generate a statistics file for, and then click SaveStatistics at the bottom of the page.

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