Cisco ASR 9000 Series Aggregation Services Router System Monitoring Command Reference, Release 4.1
Performance Management Commands
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Performance Management Commands

Performance Management Commands

This module describes the performance management and monitoring commands available on the router. These commands are used to monitor, collect, and report statistics, and to adjust statistics gathering for Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) protocol, generic interfaces, and individual nodes.

For detailed information about performance management concepts, configuration tasks, and examples, see the Implementing Performance Management module in the Cisco ASR 9000 Series Aggregation Services Router System Monitoring Configuration Guide.

monitor controller fabric

To monitor controller fabric counters in real time, use the monitor controller fabric command in EXEC mode.

monitor controller fabric { plane-id | all }

Syntax Description

plane-id

Plane ID number of the fabric plane to be monitored. The range is 0 to 7.

all

Monitors all fabric planes.

Command Default

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.7.2

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

Use the monitor controller fabric command to display controller fabric counters. The display refreshes every 2 seconds.

The interactive commands that are available during a controller fabric monitoring session are described in this table.



Table 1 Interactive Commands Available for the monitor controller fabric Command

Command

Description

c

Resets controller fabric counters to 0.

f

Freezes the display screen, thereby suspending the display of fresh counters.

t

Thaws the display screen, thereby resuming the display of fresh counters.

q

Terminates the controller fabric monitoring session.

s

Enables you to jump to a nonsequential fabric plane. You are prompted to enter the plane ID of the fabric to be monitored.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

fabric

read

basic-services

execute

monitor

read

Examples

This is sample output from the monitor controller fabric command. The output in this example displays fabric controller counters from fabric plane 0.

 
RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router# monitor controller fabric 0 

rack3-3 Monitor
Time: 00:00:24 SysUptime: 03:37:57 Controller fabric for 0x0 Controller Fabric Stats:
Delta In Cells 0 ( 0 per-sec) 0 Out Cells 0 ( 0 per-sec) 0 CE Cells 0 ( 0 per-sec) 0 UCE
Cells 0 ( 0 per-sec) 0 PE Cells 0 ( 0 per-sec) 0 Quit='q', Freeze='f', Thaw='t',
Clear='c', Select controller='s' 

monitor controller sonet

To monitor SONET controller counters, use the monitor controller sonet command in EXEC mode.

monitor controller sonet interface-path-id

Syntax Description

interface-path-id

Physical interface or virtual interface.

Note   

Use the show interfaces command to see a list of all interfaces currently configured on the router.

For more information about the syntax for the router, use the question mark ( ? ) online help function.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.7.2

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

Use the monitor controller sonet command to display SONET controller counters. The display refreshes every 2 seconds.

The interactive commands that are available during a controller monitoring session are described in this table.



Table 2 Interactive Commands for the monitor controller sonet Command

Command

Description

c

Resets controller SONET counters to 0.

f

Freezes the display screen, thereby suspending the display of fresh counters.

t

Thaws the display screen, thereby resuming the display of fresh counters.

q

Terminates the controller SONET monitoring session.

s

Enables you to jump to a nonsequential SONET controller. You are prompted to enter the SONETcontroller to be monitored.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

fabric

read

basic-services

execute

monitor

read

Examples

This is the sample output from the monitor controller sonet command. The output in this example displays counters from SONET controller 0/3/0/0.

 RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router# monitor controller sonet 0/3/0/0 rack3-3
            Monitor Time: 00:00:06 SysUptime: 01:23:56 Controller for SONET0_3_0_0 Controller Stats:
            Delta Path LOP 0 ( 0 per-sec) 0 Path AIS 0 ( 0 per-sec) 0 Path RDI 0 ( 0 per-sec) 0 Path
            BIP 0 ( 0 per-sec) 0 Path FEBE 0 ( 0 per-sec) 0 Path NEWPTR 0 ( 0 per-sec) 0 Path PSE 0
            ( 0 per-sec) 0 Path NSE 0 ( 0 per-sec) 0 Line AIS 0 ( 0 per-sec) 0 Line RDI 0 ( 0
            per-sec) 0 Line BIP 0 ( 0 per-sec) 0 Line FEBE 0 ( 0 per-sec) 0 Section LOS 1 ( 0
            per-sec) 1 Section LOF 0 ( 0 per-sec) 0 Section BIP 0 ( 0 per-sec) 0 Quit='q',
            Freeze='f', Thaw='t', Clear='c', Select controller='s' 

monitor interface

To monitor interface counters in real time, use the monitor interface command in EXEC or administration EXEC mode.

monitor interface [ type1 interface-path-id1 [ .. . [ type32 interface-path-id32 ] ] ]

Syntax Description

type

Interface type. For more information, use the question mark ( ? ) online help function.

interface-path-id

Physical interface or virtual interface.

Note   

Use the show interfaces command to see a list of all interfaces currently configured on the router.

For more information about the syntax for the router, use the question mark ( ? ) online help function.

Command Default

Use the monitor interface command without an argument to display statistics for all interfaces in the system.

Command Modes

EXEC

Administration EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.7.2

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

Use the monitor interface command without any keywords or arguments to display interface counters for all interfaces. The display refreshes every 2 seconds.

Use the monitor interface command with the type interface-path-id arguments to display counters for a single interface. For example: monitor interface pos0/2/0/0

To display more than one selected interface, enter the monitor interface command with multiple type interface-path-id arguments. For example: monitor interface pos0/2/0/0 pos0/5/0/1 pos0/5/0/2

To display a range of interfaces, enter the monitor interface command with a wildcard. For example: monitor interface pos0/5/*

You can display up to 32 specific interfaces and ranges of interfaces.

The interactive commands that are available during an interface monitoring session are described in this table.

Table 3 Interactive Commands Available for the monitor interface Command (Functional Summary)

Command

Description

Use the following keys to suspend or resume the counter refresh:

f

Freezes the display screen, thereby suspending the display of fresh counters.

t

Thaws the display screen, thereby resuming the display of fresh counters.

Use the following key to reset the counters:

c

Resets interface counters to 0.

Use the following keys when displaying statistics for a single interface. These keys display counters in normal or detailed view.

d

Changes the display mode for the interface monitoring session to display detailed counters. Use the b interactive command to return to the regular display mode.

r

Displays the protocol divided by IPv4 or IPv6, and multicast and unicast. When the statistics are displayed using the r option, you can also use the k, y, or o keys to display statistics in packets (“k”), bytes(“y”) or packets and (“o”).

b

Returns the interface monitoring session to the regular display mode for counters. Statistics are not divided by protocol.

Use the following keys when displaying statistics for multiple interfaces. These keys modify the display to show statistics in bytes, packets, or bytes and packets.

k

Displays statistics in packets (“k”).

y

(Default) Displays statistics in bytes (“y”).

o

Displays statistics in both bytes and packets (“o”).

Use the following keys to display statistics for a different interface:

i

Enables you to jump to a nonsequential interface. You are prompted to enter the interface type and interface path ID to be monitored.

p

Displays the previous sequential interface in the list of available interfaces.

n

Displays the next sequential interface in the list of available interfaces.

q

Terminates the interface monitoring session.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

basic-services

execute

monitor

read

Examples

When more than one interface is specified, the statistics for each interface are displayed on a separate line. This display format appears anytime more than one interface is specified. For example:

  • To display statistics for all interfaces, enter the command monitor interface .
  • To display all the interfaces for an interface type, such as all POS interface, enter the command and wildcard monitor interface pos * .
  • To display statistics for three specified interfaces, enter the command monitor interface pos0/2/0/0 pos0/5/0/1 pos0/5/0/2 .

This is the sample output for the monitor interface command entered without an argument. This command displays statistics for all interfaces in the system.

 RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router# monitor interface Protocol:General
            Rack6-1 Monitor Time: 00:00:01 SysUptime: 165:52:41 Interface In(bps) Out(bps)
            InBytes/Delta OutBytes/Delta Mg0/0/CPU0/0 1500/ 0% 7635/ 0% 58.4M/420 8.1M/2138
            PO0/4/0/0 578/ 0% 535/ 0% 367.2M/162 377.5M/150 PO0/4/0/1 278/ 0% 0/ 0% 345.7M/78
            360.1M/0 Gi0/5/0/1 3128/ 0% 2171/ 0% 382.8M/876 189.1M/608 Gi0/5/0/1.1 0/ 0% 0/ 0%
            824.6G/0 1.0T/0 Gi0/5/0/1.2 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 1.0T/0 824.6G/0 Gi0/5/0/1.3 678/ 0% 0/ 0%
            1.0T/190 1.0T/0 Gi0/5/0/1.4 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 824.6G/0 824.6G/0 Gi0/5/0/1.5 0/ 0% 350/ 0%
            824.6G/0 1.0T/98 Gi0/5/0/1.6 327/ 0% 348/ 0% 824.6G/92 1.0T/98 Gi0/5/0/1.7 0/ 0% 346/ 0%
            824.6G/0 1.0T/98 Gi0/5/0/1.8 325/ 0% 0/ 0% 824.6G/92 1.0T/0 Quit='q', Clear='c',
            Freeze='f', Thaw='t', Next set='n', Prev set='p', Bytes='y', Packets='k' (General='g',
            IPv4 Uni='4u', IPv4 Multi='4m', IPv6 Uni='6u', IPv6 Multi='6m') Rack6-1 Monitor Time:
            00:00:01 SysUptime: 165:52:41 Protocol:IPv4 Unicast Interface In(bps) Out(bps)
            InBytes/Delta OutBytes/Delta Mg0/0/CPU0/0 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 85.3M/0 6.9M/0 PO0/4/0/0 0/ 0% 0/
            0% 3.1G/0 224/0 PO0/4/0/1 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 3.0G/0 152582/0 Gi0/5/0/1 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 0/0 28168/0
            Gi0/5/0/1.1 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 0/0 441174/0 Gi0/5/0/1.2 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 540/0 0/0 Gi0/5/0/1.3 0/ 0%
            0/ 0% 13.4M/0 462549/0 Gi0/5/0/1.4 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 12.2M/0 0/0 Gi0/5/0/1.5 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 0/0
            427747/0 Gi0/5/0/1.6 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 3072/0 500/0 Gi0/5/0/1.7 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 0/0 568654/0
            Gi0/5/0/1.8 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 8192/0 5.1M/0 Quit='q', Clear='c', Freeze='f', Thaw='t', Next
            set='n', Prev set='p', Bytes='y', Packets='k' (General='g', IPv4 Uni='4u', IPv4
            Multi='4m', IPv6 Uni='6u', IPv6 Multi='6m') Rack6-1 Monitor Time: 00:00:03 SysUptime:
            165:52:56 Protocol:IPv4 Multicast Interface In(bps) Out(bps) InBytes/Delta
            OutBytes/Delta Mg0/0/CPU0/0 (statistics not available) PO0/4/0/0 (statistics not
            available) PO0/4/0/1 (statistics not available) Gi0/5/0/1 (statistics not available)
            Gi0/5/0/1.1 (statistics not available) Gi0/5/0/1.2 (statistics not available)
            Gi0/5/0/1.3 (statistics not available) Gi0/5/0/1.4 (statistics not available)
            Gi0/5/0/1.5 (statistics not available) Gi0/5/0/1.6 (statistics not available)
            Gi0/5/0/1.7 (statistics not available) Gi0/5/0/1.8 (statistics not available) Quit='q',
            Clear='c', Freeze='f', Thaw='t', Next set='n', Prev set='p', Bytes='y', Packets='k'
            (General='g', IPv4 Uni='4u', IPv4 Multi='4m', IPv6 Uni='6u', IPv6 Multi='6m') Rack6-1
            Monitor Time: 00:00:01 SysUptime: 165:53:04 Protocol:IPv6 Unicast Interface In(bps)
            Out(bps) InBytes/Delta OutBytes/Delta Mg0/0/CPU0/0 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 0/0 0/0 PO0/4/0/0 0/ 0%
            0/ 0% 0/0 0/0 PO0/4/0/1 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 0/0 0/0 Gi0/5/0/1 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 0/0 0/0 Gi0/5/0/1.1 0/
            0% 0/ 0% 0/0 0/0 Gi0/5/0/1.2 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 0/0 0/0 Gi0/5/0/1.3 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 0/0 0/0
            Gi0/5/0/1.4 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 0/0 0/0 Gi0/5/0/1.5 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 0/0 0/0 Gi0/5/0/1.6 0/ 0% 0/ 0%
            0/0 0/0 Gi0/5/0/1.7 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 0/0 0/0 Gi0/5/0/1.8 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 0/0 0/0 Quit='q',
            Clear='c', Freeze='f', Thaw='t', Next set='n', Prev set='p', Bytes='y', Packets='k'
            (General='g', IPv4 Uni='4u', IPv4 Multi='4m', IPv6 Uni='6u', IPv6 Multi='6m') Rack6-1
            Monitor Time: 00:00:00 SysUptime: 165:53:19 Protocol:IPv6 Multicast Interface In(bps)
            Out(bps) InBytes/Delta OutBytes/Delta Mg0/0/CPU0/0 (statistics not available) PO0/4/0/0
            (statistics not available) PO0/4/0/1 (statistics not available) Gi0/5/0/1 (statistics
            not available) Gi0/5/0/1.1 (statistics not available) Gi0/5/0/1.2 (statistics not
            available) Gi0/5/0/1.3 (statistics not available) Gi0/5/0/1.4 (statistics not available)
            Gi0/5/0/1.5 (statistics not available) Gi0/5/0/1.6 (statistics not available)
            Gi0/5/0/1.7 (statistics not available) Gi0/5/0/1.8 (statistics not available) Quit='q',
            Clear='c', Freeze='f', Thaw='t', Next set='n', Prev set='p', Bytes='y', Packets='k'
            (General='g', IPv4 Uni='4u', IPv4 Multi='4m', IPv6 Uni='6u', IPv6 Multi='6m') 

This is the sample output for monitor interface pos * command that displays statistics for all POS interfaces:

 RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router# monitor interface pos 0/*
            Protocol:General router Monitor Time: 00:00:02 SysUptime: 186:37:44 Interface In(bps)
            Out(bps) InBytes/Delta OutBytes/Delta POS0/1/0/0 1263/ 0% 0/ 0% 5.3M/330 1.4M/0
            POS0/1/0/1 84/ 0% 0/ 0% 274.8M/22 274.6M/0 POS0/6/0/0 1275/ 0% 0/ 0% 5.3M/330 1.4M/0
            POS0/6/0/1 85/ 0% 0/ 0% 2.6M/22 1.4M/0 POS0/6/4/4 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 15.1M/0 1.4M/0 POS0/6/4/5
            85/ 0% 0/ 0% 2.6M/22 1.4M/0 POS0/6/4/6 0/ 0% 0/ 0% 1.3M/0 1.4M/0 POS0/6/4/7 85/ 0% 0/ 0%
            2.6M/22 1.4M/0 Quit='q', Clear='c', Freeze='f', Thaw='t', Next set='n', Prev set='p',
            Bytes='y', Packets='k' (General='g', IPv4 Uni='4u', IPv4 Multi='4m', IPv6 Uni='6u', IPv6
            Multi='6m') 

This is the sample output for a single interface using the monitor interface command with the type interface-path-id argument. In this example, the output displays interface counters from POS interface 0/6/4/4. By default, statistics are displayed in “Brief” state (statistics are not divided by protocol).

 RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router# monitor interface pos0/6/4/4 router
            Monitor Time: 00:00:24 SysUptime: 186:43:04 POS0/6/4/4 is up, line protocol is up
            Encapsulation HDLC Traffic Stats:(2 second rates) Delta Input Packets: 232450 0 Input
            pps: 0 Input Bytes: 15179522 0 Input Kbps (rate): 0 ( 0%) Output Packets: 67068 0 Output
            pps: 0 Output Bytes: 1475484 0 Output Kbps (rate): 0 ( 0%) Errors Stats: Input Total:
            2146 0 Input CRC: 2134 0 Input Frame: 2135 0 Input Overrun: 0 0 Output Total: 0 0 Output
            Underrun: 0 0 Quit='q', Freeze='f', Thaw='t', Clear='c', Interface='i', Next='n',
            Prev='p' Brief='b', Detail='d', Protocol(IPv4/IPv6)='r' 

This is the sample output from the monitor interface command in the protocol state for the POS interface 0/6/4/4. Use the r key to display statics by protocol:

 RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router# monitor interface pos0/6/4/4  router
            Monitor Time: 00:00:02 SysUptime: 186:49:15 POS0/6/4/4 is up, line protocol is up
            Encapsulation HDLC Traffic Stats:(2 second rates) Delta Input Bytes: 15188186 0 Input
            Kbps (rate): 0 ( 0%) Output Bytes: 1476298 0 Output Kbps (rate): 0 ( 0%) IPv4 Unicast
            Input Bytes: 0 0 Input Kbps (rate): 0 ( 0%) Output Bytes: 0 0 Output Kbps (rate): 0 (
            0%) IPv4 Multicast Input Bytes: 10160304 66 Input Kbps (rate): 0 ( 0%) Output Bytes: 0 0
            Output Kbps (rate): 0 ( 0%) IPv6 Unicast Input Bytes: 0 0 Input Kbps (rate): 0 ( 0%)
            Output Bytes: 0 0 Output Kbps (rate): 0 ( 0%) IPv6 Multicast Input Bytes: 0 0 Input Kbps
            (rate): 0 ( 0%) Output Bytes: 0 0 Output Kbps (rate): 0 ( 0%) Errors Stats: Input Total:
            2146 0 Input CRC: 2134 0 Input Frame: 2135 0 Input Overrun: 0 0 Output Total: 0 0 Output
            Underrun: 0 0 Quit='q', Freeze='f', Thaw='t', Clear='c', Interface='i', Next='n',
            Prev='p' Brief='b', Detail='d', Protocol(IPv4/IPv6)='r' (Additional options in
            'Protocol'): Bytes='y', Packets='k', Both of bytes/packets='o' 

performance-mgmt apply monitor

To apply a statistics template to gather a sampling-size set of samples for a particular instance, use the performance-mgmt apply monitor command in global configuration mode. To stop monitoring statistics, use the no form of this command.

performance-mgmt apply monitor entity { ip-address | type | interface-path-id | node-id | node-id process-id | process-name } { template-name | default }

no performance-mgmt apply monitor

Syntax Description

entity

Specifies an entity for which you want to apply the statistics template:

  • bgp—Applies a template for monitoring a Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) neighbor.
  • interface data-rates—Applies a template for monitoring data rates on an interface. If you enter this keyword, supply values for the type and interface-path-id arguments.
  • interface generic-counters—Applies a template for monitoring generic counters on an interface. If you enter this keyword, supply values for the type and interface-path-id arguments.
  • mpls ldp—Applies a template for monitoring an MPLS Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) neighbor.
  • node cpu—Applies a template for monitoring the central processing unit (CPU) on a node. Use the node-id argument with this entity.
  • node memory —Applies a template for monitoring memory utilization on a node. Use the location keyword and node-id argument with this entity.
  • node process—Applies a template for monitoring a process on a node. Use the node-id and process-id arguments with this entity.
  • ospf v2protocol—Applies a template for monitoring an Open Shortest Path First v2 (OSPFv2) process instance.
  • ospf v3protocol—Applies a template for monitoring an OSPFv3 process instance.

ip-address

IP or neighbor address. Used with the bgp or ldp keyword.

type

Interface type. For more information, use the question mark (?) online help function.

interface-path-id

Physical interface or virtual interface.

Note   

Use the show interfaces command to see a list of all interfaces currently configured on the router.

For more information about the syntax for the router, use the question mark (?) online help function.

node-id

Designated node. Used with the node cpu or node memory keyword. The node-id argument is entered in the rack/slot/module notation.

node-id process-id

Designated node and process ID. Used with the node process keyword. The node-id argument is entered in the rack/slot/module notation.

process-name

Process name of the OSPF instance. Used with the ospfv2protocol and ospfv3protocol keywords.

template-name

Name of a predefined template used for statistics collection. A template name can be any combination of alphanumeric characters, and may include the underscore character (_). Use the show running performance-mgmt command to display a list of available templates.

default

Applies the default template.

Command Default

Monitoring is disabled.

Command Modes

Global configuration

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.7.2

This command was introduced.

Release 4.0.1

The interface basic-counters keyword was added to support the monitoring of basic counters on the interface.

Usage Guidelines

Use the performance-mgmt apply monitor command to apply a statistics template and enable monitoring. This command captures one cycle of a sample to analyze an instance of an entity. Rather than collect statistics for all instances, which is the purpose of the performance-mgmt apply statistics command, the performance-mgmt apply monitor command captures statistics for a specific entity instance for one sampling period.

The type and interface-path-id arguments are only to be used with the interface data-rates or interface generic-counter keyword.

For information about creating templates, see the performance-mgmt apply statistics command.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

monitor

read, write, execute

Examples

This example shows how to enable the BGP protocol monitoring using the criterion set in the default template:

RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router(config)#performance-mgmt apply monitor bgp 10.0.0.0 default

This example shows how to enable monitoring for data rates according to the criterion set in the default template:

RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router(config)#performance-mgmt apply monitor interface data-rates pos 0/2/0/0 default

This example shows how to enable memory monitoring based on the criterion set in the default template:

RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router(config)#performance-mgmt apply monitor node memory location 0/1/cpu0 default

Related Commands

Command

Description

performance-mgmt apply statistics

Applies a statistics template and enables statistics collection.

performance-mgmt statistics

Creates a template to use for collecting performance management statistics.

show running performance-mgmt

Displays a list of templates and the template being applied.

performance-mgmt apply statistics

To apply a statistics template and enable statistics collection, use the performance-mgmt apply statistics command in global configuration mode. To stop statistics collection, use the no form of this command.

performance-mgmt apply statistics entity location { all | node-id } { template-name | default }

no performance-mgmt apply statistics

Syntax Description

entity

Specifies an entity for which you want to apply a statistics template:

  • bgp—Applies a statistics collection template for Border Gateway Protocol (BGP).
  • interface data-rates—Applies a statistics collection template for data rates.
  • interface generic-counters—Applies a statistics collection template for generic counters.
  • mpls ldp—Applies a template for monitoring an MPLS Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) neighbor.
  • node cpu—Applies a statistics collection template for the central processing unit (CPU). Use the location keyword with the all keyword or node-id argument when enabling a statistics collection template for this entity.
  • node memory—Applies a statistics collection template for memory utilization. Use the location keyword with the all keyword or node-id argument when enabling a statistics collection template for this entity.
  • node process—Applies a statistics collection template for processes. Use the location keyword with the all keyword or node-id argument when enabling a statistics collection template for this entity.
  • ospf v2protocol—Applies a statistics collection template for Open Shortest Path First v2 (OSPFv2) process instances.
  • ospf v3protocol—Applies a statistics collection template for OSPFv3 process instances.

location {all | node-id}

Specifies all nodes or a particular node.

Specify the location all keywords for all nodes, or the node-id argument to specify a particular node. The node-id argument is entered in the rack/slot/module notation. You must specify either the location all keywords or the location keyword and node-id argument with the node cpu, node memory, or node process entity.

template-name

Name of a predefined template used for statistics collection. A template name can be any combination of alphanumeric characters, and may include the underscore character (_). Use the show running performance-mgmt command to display a list of available templates.

default

Applies the default template.

Command Default

Statistics collection is disabled.

Command Modes

Global configuration

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.7.2

This command was introduced.

Release 4.0.1

The interface basic-counters keyword was added to support the enabling of statistics collection template for the basic counters.

Usage Guidelines

Use the performance-mgmt apply statistics command to apply a statistics template and enable statistics collection. Only one template for each entity can be enabled at a time. After samples are taken, the data is sent to a directory on an external TFTP server, and a new collection cycle starts. The directory where data is copied to is configured using the performance-mgmt resources tftp-server command. The statistics data in the directory contains the type of entity, parameters, instances, and samples. They are in binary format and must be viewed using a customer-supplied tool, or they can be queried as they are being collected using XML.

Use the performance-mgmt apply statistics command to collect data for all the instances on a continuous basis. To analyze a particular instance for a limited period of time, use the performance-mgmt apply monitor command.

Use the no form of the command to disable statistics collection. Because only one performance management statistics collection can be enabled for any given entity at any given time, you are not required to specify the template name with the default keyword or template keyword and template-name argument when disabling a performance management statistics collection.

For information about creating templates, see the performance-mgmt statistics command.


Caution


Each particular collection enabled requires a certain amount of resources. These resources are allocated for as long as the collection is enabled.


Task ID

Task ID

Operations

monitor

read, write, execute

Examples

This example shows how to start statistics collection for BGP using the template named bgp1:


RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router(config)#performance-mgmt apply statistics bgp template bgp1

This example shows how to enable statistics collection for generic counters using the default template:


RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router(config)#performance-mgmt apply statistics interface generic-counters default

This example shows how to enable CPU statistics collection based on the settings set in the default template:


RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router(config)#performance-mgmt apply statistics node cpu location all default

Related Commands

Command

Description

performance-mgmt apply monitor

Applies a statistics template to gather one sampling-size set of samples for a particular instance.

performance-mgmt apply thresholds

Applies a threshold template and enables threshold monitoring.

performance-mgmt resources tftp-server

Configures a destination TFTP server for statistics collections.

performance-mgmt statistics

Creates a template to use for collecting performance management statistics.

show running performance-mgmt

Displays a list of templates and the template being applied.

performance-mgmt apply thresholds

To apply a thresholds template and enable threshold collection, use the performance-mgmt apply thresholds command in global configuration mode. To stop threshold collection, use the no form of this command.

performance-mgmt apply thresholds entity location { all | node-id } { template-name | default }

no performance-mgmt apply thresholds

Syntax Description

entity

Specifies an entity for which you want to apply a threshold template:

  • bgp—Applies a threshold monitoring template for Border Gateway Protocol (BGP).
  • interface data-rates—Applies a threshold monitoring template for data rates.
  • interface generic-counters—Applies a threshold monitoring template for generic counters.
  • mpls ldp—Applies a template for monitoring an MPLS Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) neighbor.
  • node cpu—Applies a threshold monitoring template for central processing unit (CPU) utilization. Use the location keyword in conjugation with the all keyword or node-id argument when enabling a statistics collection template for this entity.
  • node memory—Applies a threshold monitoring template for memory utilization. Use the location keyword in conjugation with the all keyword or node-id argument when enabling a statistics collection template for this entity.
  • node process—Applies a threshold monitoring template for processes. Use the location keyword in conjugation with the all keyword or node-id argument when enabling a statistics collection template for this entity.
  • ospf v2protocol—Applies a threshold monitoring template for OSPFv2.
  • ospf v3protocol—Applies a threshold monitoring template for OSPFv3.

location {all | node-id}

Specifies all nodes or a particular node.

Specify the location all keywords for all nodes, or the node-id argument to specify a particular node. The node-id argument is entered in the rack/slot/module notation. You must specify either the location all keywords or the location keyword and node-id argument with the node cpu, node memory, or node process entity.

template-name

Name of a predefined template used for threshold collection. A template name can be any combination of alphanumeric characters, and may include the underscore character (_). Use the show running performance-mgmt command to display a list of available templates.

default

Applies the default template.

Command Default

Threshold collection is disabled.

Command Modes

Global configuration

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.7.2

This command was introduced.

Release 4.0.1

The interface basic-counters keyword was added to support the enabling of threshold monitoring template for the basic counter.

Usage Guidelines

Use the performance-mgmt apply thresholds command to apply a threshold template and enable threshold collection. Several templates can be configured, but only one template for each entity can be enabled at a time.

Use the no form of the command to disable threshold collection. Because only one performance management threshold monitoring template can be enabled for any given entity at any given time, you are not required to specify the template name with the default keyword or template keyword and template-name argument when disabling a performance management statistics collection.

For information about creating threshold templates, see the performance-mgmt thresholds command.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

monitor

read, write, execute

Examples

This example shows how to start threshold collection for BGP using a template named stats1:

RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router(config)#performance-mgmt apply thresholds bgp stats1

This example shows how to enable threshold collection for generic counters using a template named stats2:

RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router(config)#performance-mgmt apply thresholds interface generic-counters stats2

This example shows how to enable CPU threshold collection using the template named cpu12:

RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router(config)#performance-mgmt apply thresholds node cpu global cpu12

Related Commands

Command

Description

performance-mgmt thresholds

Creates a template to use for threshold collection.

show running performance-mgmt

Displays a list of templates and the template being applied.

performance-mgmt regular-expression

To apply a defined regular expression group to one or more statistics or threshold template, use the performance-mgmt regular-expression regular-expression-name command in global configuration mode. To stop the usage of regular expression, use the no form of this command.

performance-mgmt regular-expression regular-expression-name index number regular-expression-string

no performance-mgmt regular-expression regular-expression-name

Syntax Description

regular-expression-string

Specifies a defined regular expression group to one or more statistics or threshold template.

index

Specifies a regular expression index. Range is 1 to 100.

Command Default

No regular expression is configured by default.

Command Modes

Global configuration

Command History

Release Modification

Release 4.0.1

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

Task ID

Task ID Operation

monitor

read, write

Examples

This is the sample output from the performance-mgmt regular-expression command:

RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router# performance-mgmt regular-expression reg1 index 10

performance-mgmt resources dump local

To configure the local filesystem on which the statistics data is dumped, use the performance-mgmt resources dumplocal command in global configuration mode. To stop dumping of statistics data on the local filesystem, use the no form of this command.

performance-mgmt resources dump local

no performance-mgmt resources dump local

Syntax Description

dump

Configures data dump parameters.

local

Sets the local filesystem on which statistics data is dumped.

Note   

You can also dump the statistics data on the TFTP server location. But the configuration is rejected if you configure both local dump and TFTP server at the same time.

Command Default

Local filesystem is disabled.

Command Modes

Global configuration

Command History

Release Modification

Release 4.0.1

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

Task ID

Task ID Operation

monitor

read, write

Examples

This is the sample output for the performance-mgmt resources dumplocal command:

RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router# performance-mgmt resources dump local

performance-mgmt resources memory

To configure memory consumption limits for performance management (PM), use the performance-mgmt resources memory command in global configuration mode. To restore the default memory consumption limits, use the no form of this command.

performance-mgmt resources memory max-limit kilobytes min-reserved kilobytes

no performance-mgmt resources memory

Syntax Description

max-limit kilobytes

Specifies the maximum amount of memory (specified with the kilobytes argument) that the PM statistics collector can use for serving data collection requests. Range is 0 to 4294967295 kilobytes.The default is 50000 kilobytes.

min-reserved kilobytes

Specifies a minimum amount of memory (specified with the kilobytes argument) that must remain available in the system after allowing a new PM data collection request. Range is 0 to 4294967295 kilobytes. The default is 10000 kilobytes.

Command Default

max-limit—50000 kilobytes

min-reserved—10000 kilobytes

Command Modes

Global configuration

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.7.2

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

Use the performance-mgmt resource memory command to ensure that the total memory consumed by data buffers in PM does not exceed a maximum limit and that any new PM data request does not cause available memory in the system to fall below a certain threshold.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

monitor

read, write

Examples

This example shows how to ensure that the total memory consumed by PM data buffers does not exceed 30,000 kilobytes and that any new PM data request does not cause available memory in the system to fall below 5000 kilobytes:


RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router(config)# performance-mgmt resources memory max-limit 30000 min-reserved 5000

performance-mgmt resources tftp-server

To configure a destination TFTP server for PM statistics collections, use the performance-mgmt resources tftp-server command in global configuration mode. To disable the resource, use the no form of this command.

performance-mgmt resources tftp-server ip-address { directory | dir-name } { vrf | { vrf_name | default } | { directory | dir-name } }

no performance-mgmt resources tftp-server

Syntax Description

tftp-server ip-address

Specifies the IP address of the TFTP server.

directory dir-name

Specifies the directory where performance management statistics will be copied.

vrf vrf_name

Specifies the name of the VRF instance.

default

Specifies the default VRF.

Command Default

A destination TFTP server is not configured and data is not copied out of the system after a collection cycle (sampling-size) ends.

Command Modes

Global configuration

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.7.2

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

Use the performance-mgmt resources tftp-server command to configure a TFTP resource for performance management. By creating a directory name on the TFTP server, you create a place where statistics can be collected when statistics collection is enabled.

Use the no form of this command to disable the TFTP resource.


Note


Files copied to the TFTP server contain a timestamp in their name, which makes them unique. For that reason the TFTP server used should support creation of files as data is transferred, without requiring users to manually create them at the TFTP server host in advance.


Task ID

Task ID

Operations

monitor

read, write

Examples

This example shows how to specify a TFTP server with the IP address 192.168.134.254 as the performance management resource and a directory named /user/perfmgmt/tftpdump as the destination for PM statistic collections:


RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router(config)#performance-mgmt resources tftp-server 192.168.134.254 directory /user/perfmgmt/tftpdump

Related Commands

Command

Description

performance-mgmt apply statistics

Applies a statistics template and enables statistics collection.

performance-mgmt apply thresholds

Applies a threshold template and enables threshold monitoring.

performance-mgmt statistics

To create a template to use for collecting performance management statistics, use the performance-mgmt statistics command in global configuration mode. To remove a template, use the no form of this command.

performance-mgmt statistics entity { template template-name | default } [ sample-size size ] [ sample-interval minutes ] regular-expression

no performance-mgmt statistics

Syntax Description

entity

Specify an entity for which you want to create a statistics template:

  • bgp—Creates a statistics collection template for Border Gateway Protocol (BGP).
  • interface data-rates—Creates a statistics collection template for data rates.
  • interface generic-counters—Creates a statistics collection template for generic counters.
  • mpls ldp—Applies a template for monitoring an MPLS Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) neighbor.
  • node cpu—Creates a statistics collection template for the central processing unit (CPU).
  • node memory—Creates a statistics collection template for memory utilization.
  • node process—Creates a statistics collection template for processes.
  • ospf v2protocol—Creates a statistics template for Open Shortest Path First v2 (OSPFv2) protocol instances.
  • ospf v3protocol—Creates a statistics template for OSPFv3 protocol instances.

template

Specifies that a template will be used for collection.

template-name

A template name can be any combination of alphanumeric characters, and may include the underscore character (_).

Use the show running performance-mgmt to display information about templates, and to display the templates that are being used.

default

Applies the settings of the default template. The default template contains the following statistics and values. Values are in minutes.

Each entity has a default template. In each default template, the sample interval is 10 minutes, and the default sample count is 5.

sample-size size

(Optional) Sets the number of samples to be taken.

sample-interval minutes

(Optional) Sets the frequency of each sample, in minutes.

(Optional) Maintains the history of statistics collections persistently.

regular-expressionregular-expression-group-name

(Optional) Sets instance filtering by regular expression.

Command Default

Statistics collections for all entities is disabled.

Command Modes

Global configuration

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.7.2

This command was introduced.

Release 4.0.1

The interface basic-counters keyword was added to support the creation of statistics collection templates for the basic counters. The history-persistent and regular-expression keywords were added.

Usage Guidelines

If you have not yet created a directory for the statistics, use the performance-mgmt resources tftp-server command to create a directory on an external TFTP server. When you apply the template and enable statistics collection with the performance-mgmt apply statistics command, the samples are collected and sent to that directory for later retrieval.

The statistics collected contain type of entity, parameters, instances, and samples. The collection files on the TFTP server are in binary format and must be viewed using a customer-supplied tool or they can be queried as they are being collected using XML.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

monitor

read, write

Examples

This example shows how to create a template named int_data_rates for data rate statistics collection, how to set the sample size to 25, and how to set the sample interval to 5 minutes:


RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router(config)#performance-mgmt statistics interface data-rates int_data_rates
RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router(config_stats-if-rate)# sample-size 25
RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router(config_stats-if-rate)# sample-interval 5

Related Commands

Command

Description

performance-mgmt apply statistics

Applies a statistics template and enables statistics collection.

performance-mgmt resources tftp-server 

Configures resources for the performance management system that are independent of any particular entity.

performance-mgmt thresholds

Configures a template for collecting threshold statistics.

show running performance-mgmt

Displays a list of templates and the template being applied.

performance-mgmt thresholds

To configure a template for threshold checking, use the performance-mgmt thresholds command in global configuration mode. To remove a threshold template, use the no form of this command.

performance-mgmt thresholds entity { template template-name | default } attribute operation value [value2] [percent] [ rearm { toggle | window window-size } ]

no performance-mgmt thresholds

Syntax Description

entity

Specify an entity for which you want to create a template:

  • bgp —Creates a template for threshold collection for Border Gateway Protocol (BGP).
  • interface data-rates —Creates a threshold monitoring template for data rates.
  • interface generic-counters —Creates a threshold monitoring template for generic counters.
  • mpls ldp —Applies a template for monitoring an MPLS Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) neighbor.
  • node cpu —Creates a threshold monitoring template for the central processing unit (CPU).
  • node memory —Creates a threshold monitoring template for memory utilization.
  • node process —Creates a threshold monitoring template for processes.
  • ospf v2protocol —Creates a threshold monitoring template for Open Shortest Path First v2 (OSPFv2) process instances.
  • ospf v3protocol —Creates a threshold monitoring template for OSPFv3 process instances.

template

Specifies that a template will be used for collection.

template-name

Name of a predefined template used for threshold collection. A template name can be any combination of alphanumeric characters, and may include the underscore character (_). Use the show running performance-mgmt to display information about templates, and to display the templates that are being used.

default

Applies the settings of the default template.

attribute

The attributes for the entity. See Table 2for a list of attributes.

operation

A limiting operation for thresholding that includes:

  • EQ —Equal to.
  • GE —Greater than or equal to.
  • GT —Greater than.
  • LE —Less than or equal to.
  • LT —Less than.
  • NE —Not equal to.
  • RG —Not in range.

value

The base value against which you want to sample.

value2

(Optional) This value can only be used with the operator RG . For example, if you use RG for the operation argument value, you create a range between value and value2 .

percent

(Optional) Specifies a value relative to the previous sample interval value. See the “Usage Guidelines” section for more information.

rearm {toggle | window}

(Optional) It can be used to reduce the number of events by suppressing redundant events from being reported. Normally, every time a condition is met in a sample interval, a syslog error is generated. Using the toggle keyword works in this manner: If a condition is true, a syslog error message is generated, but it is not generated again until the condition becomes false, and then true again. In this way, only “fresh” events are seen when the threshold is crossed.

Use the window keyword to specify that an event be sent only once for each window. If a condition is true, a syslog error message is generated. You set your window size by using the window keyword and specify the number of intervals. With a window size, you specify that you want event notification at that number of intervals. For example, if you window size is 2 and your sample interval is 10, you would want notification of the event (for each instance in an entity) only every 20 minutes when the condition has been met.

window-size

The number of intervals to use with the rearm keyword.

Command Default

None

Command Modes

Global configuration

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.7.2

This command was introduced.

Release 4.0.1

The interface basic-counters keyword was added to support the creation of threshold monitoring template for the basic counter.

Usage Guidelines

Use the percent argument to specify a value that is relative to the previous sample's interval value. When you use the percent argument with a value of 50, the calculation is performed in this manner, assuming that your current sampled value is sample1 (S1) and the value sampled in the previous sampling period is sample 0 (S0):

(S1 - S0) GT 50% of S0

For example, if you wanted to check for an increase of 50 percent in the counter BGPInputErrors, you could use the following attribute and operation with the percent argument:

BGPInputErrors GT 50
This table shows threshold behavior, assuming the values for BGPInputErrors are at consecutive samplings.

Table 4 Threshold Behavior

Value

Calculation

Event

10

16

16 - 10 = 6, which is > than 50 percent of 10

Generate event

20

20 - 16 = 4, which is not > than 50 percent of 16

No event generated

35

35 - 20 = 15, which is > than 50 percent of 20

Generate event

This table shows the attribute values supported by the entities.

Table 5 Attribute Values

Entity

Attributes

Description

bgp

ConnDropped

Number of times the connection was dropped.

ConnEstablished

Number of times the connection was established.

ErrorsReceived

Number of error notifications received on the connection.

ErrorsSent

Number of error notifications sent on the connection.

InputMessages

Number of messages received.

 

InputUpdateMessages

Number of update messages received.

OutputMessages

Number of messages sent.

OutputUpdateMessages

Number of update messages sent.

interface data-rates

Bandwidth

Bandwidth, in kbps.

InputDataRate

Input data rate in kbps.

InputPacketRate

Input packets per second.

InputPeakRate

Peak input data rate.

InputPeakPkts

Peak input packet rate.

OutputDataRate

Output data rate in kbps.

OutputPacketRate

Output packets per second.

OutputPeakPkts

Peak output packet rate.

OutputPeakRate

Peak output data rate.

interface generic-counters

InBroadcastPkts

Broadcast packets received.

InMulticastPkts

Multicast packets received.

InOctets

Bytes received.

InPackets

Packets received.

InputCRC

Inbound packets discarded with incorrect CRC.

InputFrame

Inbound framing errors.

InputOverrun

Input overruns.

InputQueueDrops

Input queue drops.

InputTotalDrops

Inbound correct packets discarded.

InputTotalErrors

Inbound incorrect packets discarded.

InUcastPkts

Unicast packets received.

InputUnknownProto

Inbound packets discarded with unknown proto.

OutBroadcastPkts

Broadcast packets sent.

OutMulticastPkts

Multicast packets sent.

OutOctets

Bytes sent.

OutPackets

Packets sent.

OutputTotalDrops

Outbound correct packets discarded.

OutputTotalErrors

Outbound incorrect packets discarded.

OutUcastPkts

Unicast packets sent.

OutputUnderrun

Output underruns.

mpls ldp

AddressMsgsRcvd

Address messages received.

AddressMsgsSent

Address messages sent.

AddressWithdrawMsgsRcvd

Address withdraw messages received.

AddressWithdrawMsgsSent

Address withdraw messages sent.

InitMsgsSent

Initial messages sent.

InitMsgsRcvd

Initial messages received.

KeepaliveMsgsRcvd

Keepalive messages received.

KeepaliveMsgsSent

Keepalive messages sent.

LabelMappingMsgsRcvd

Label mapping messages received.

LabelMappingMsgsSent

Label mapping messages sent.

LabelReleaseMsgsRcvd

Label release messages received.

LabelReleaseMsgsSent

Label release messages sent.

LabelWithdrawMsgsRcvd

Label withdraw messages received.

LabelWithdrawMsgsSent

Label withdraw messages sent.

NotificationMsgsRcvd

Notification messages received.

NotificationMsgsSent

Notification messages sent.

TotalMsgsRcvd

Total messages received.

TotalMsgsSent

Total messages sent.

node cpu

AverageCPUUsed

Average system percent CPU utilization.

NoProcesses

Number of processes.

node memory

CurrMemory

Current application memory (in bytes) in use.

PeakMemory

Maximum system memory (in MB) used since bootup.

node process

AverageCPUUsed

Average percent CPU utilization.

NumThreads

Number of threads.

PeakMemory

Maximum dynamic memory (in KB) used since startup time.

ospf v2protocol

InputPackets

Total number of packets received

OutputPackets

Total number of packets sent

InputHelloPackets

Number of Hello packets received

OutputHelloPackets

Number of Hello packets sent

InputDBDs

Number of DBD packets received

InputDBDsLSA

Number of LSA received in DBD packets

OutputDBDs

Number of DBD packets sent.

OutputDBDsLSA

Number of LSA sent in DBD packets

InputLSRequests

Number of LS requests received.

InputLSRequestsLSA

Number of LSA received in LS requests.

OutputLSRequests

Number of LS requests sent.

OutputLSRequestsLSA

Number of LSA sent in LS requests.

InputLSAUpdates

Number of LSA updates received.

InputLSAUpdatesLSA

Number of LSA received in LSA updates.

OutputLSAUpdates

Number of LSA updates sent.

OutputLSAUpdatesLSA

Number of LSA sent in LSA updates.

InputLSAAcks

Number of LSA acknowledgements received.

InputLSAAcksLSA

Number of LSA received in LSA acknowledgements.

OutputLSAAcks

Number of LSA acknowledgements sent.

OutputLSAAcksLSA

Number of LSA sent in LSA acknowledgements.

ChecksumErrors

Number of packets received with checksum errors.

ospf v3protocol

InputPackets

Total number of packets received.

OutputPackets

Total number of packets sent.

InputHelloPackets

Number of Hello packets received.

OutputHelloPackets

Number of Hello packets sent.

InputDBDs

Number of DBD packets received.

InputDBDsLSA

Number of LSA received in DBD packets.

OutputDBDs

Number of DBD packets sent.

OutputDBDsLSA

Number of LSA sent in DBD packets.

InputLSRequests

Number of LS requests received.

InputLSRequestsLSA

Number of LSA received in LS requests.

OutputLSRequests

Number of LS requests sent.

OutputLSRequestsLSA

Number of LSA sent in LS requests.

InputLSAUpdates

Number of LSA updates received.

InputLSRequestsLSA

Number of LSA received in LS requests.

OutputLSAUpdates

Number of LSA updates sent.

OutputLSAUpdatesLSA

Number of LSA sent in LSA updates.

InputLSAAcks

Number of LSA acknowledgements received.

InputLSAAcksLSA

Number of LSA received in LSA acknowledgements.

OutputLSAAcks

Number of LSA acknowledgements sent

OutputLSAAcksLSA

Number of LSA sent in LSA acknowledgements.

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

monitor

read, write

Examples

This example shows how to create a template for monitoring BGP thresholds, which checks if the number of connections dropped exceeds 50 for any BGP peers. The toggle rearm keywords are included so that once the threshold is passed, the event will not be reported unless the value of ConnDropped is reset:

RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router(config)# performance-mgmt thresholds bgp template bgp_thresh1
RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router(config-threshold-bgp)# ConnDropped GT 50 rearm toggle

         

This example shows how to create a template for monitoring node CPU utilization that checks if there is a 25 percent increase at any given interval:

RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router(config)# performance-mgmt thresholds node cpu template cpu_thresh1 
RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router(config-threshold-bgp)# AverageCPUUsed GT 25

         

This example shows how to create a template for monitoring the input CRC errors for interfaces. The rule checks whether the number of errors reach or exceed 1000 for any given interface:

RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router(config)# performance-mgmt thresholds interface generic_ctr template intf_crc_thresh1 
RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router(config-threshold-bgp)# InputCRC GE 1000

         

Related Commands

Command

Description

performance-mgmt apply thresholds

Enables threshold monitoring for BGP.

performance-mgmt resources tftp-server

Configures a TFTP resource for performance management.

show running performance-mgmt

Displays a list of templates and the template being applied.

show performance-mgmt bgp

To display performance management (PM) data from Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) entity instance monitoring or statistics collections, use the show performance-mgmt bgp command in EXEC mode.

show performance-mgmt { monitor | statistics } bgp { ip-address | all } { sample-id | all-samples | last-sample }

Syntax Description

monitor

Displays the data collected for an entity instance monitoring collection. The data gathered is from one sample cycle of a BGP statistics collection template. The data is available only as the monitor data is enabled.

statistics

Displays the data collected from statistics collection samples.

ip-address

IP address of a BGP peer.

all

Displays all BGP peer instances.

Note   

This option is available only with the statistics keyword. It is not available with the monitor keyword because an entity instance monitoring collection captures data from an entity instance for one sampling cycle.

sample-id

Sample ID of the monitoring or statistics collection to be displayed.

all-samples

Displays all collected samples.

last-sample

Displays the last collected samples.

Command Default

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.7.2

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

monitor

read

Examples

This is the sample output from the show performance-mgmt bgp command:

 RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router# show performance-mgmt monitor bgp 10.0.0.0 all-samples 

BGP Neighbor: 10.0.0.0 Sample no: 1
---------------------------------------------- 
InputMessages: 0 OutputMessages: 0
InputUpdateMessages: 0 OutputUpdateMessages: 0 ConnEstablished: 0 ConnDropped: 0
ErrorsReceived: 0 ErrorsSent: 0 BGP Neighbor: 10.0.0.0 Sample no: 2
---------------------------------------------- InputMessages: 0 OutputMessages: 0
InputUpdateMessages: 0 OutputUpdateMessages: 0 ConnEstablished: 0 ConnDropped: 0
ErrorsReceived: 0 ErrorsSent: 0 BGP Neighbor: 10.0.0.0 Sample no: 3
--------------------------------------------------- InputMessages: 0 OutputMessages: 0
InputUpdateMessages: 0 OutputUpdateMessages: 0 ConnEstablished: 0 ConnDropped: 0
ErrorsReceived: 0 ErrorsSent: 0 

This table describes the significant fields in the display.



Table 6 show performance-mgmt bgp Field Descriptions

Field

Description

ConnDropped

Number of times the connection was dropped.

ConnEstablished

Number of times the connection was established.

ErrorsReceived

Number of error notifications received on the connection.

ErrorsSent

Number of error notifications sent on the connection.

InputMessages

Number of messages received.

InputUpdateMessages

Number of update messages received.

OutputMessages

Number of messages sent.

OutputUpdateMessages

Number of update messages sent.

show performance-mgmt interface

To display performance management (PM) data from interface entity instance monitoring or statistics collections, use the show performance-mgmt interface command in EXEC mode.

show performance-mgmt { monitor | statistics } interface { basic-counters | data-rates | generic-counters } { type interface-path-id | all } { sample-id | all-samples | last-sample }

Syntax Description

monitor

Displays the data collected for an entity instance monitoring collection. The data gathered is from one sample cycle from one instance of an interface data entity collection template.

Note   

The data is available to be display only as the monitor data is collected.

statistics

Displays the data collected from statistics collection samples.

data-rates

Displays data from interface data rates entity collections.

generic-counters

Displays data from interface generic counters entity collections.

type

(Optional) Interface type. For more information, use the question mark ( ? ) online help function.

interface-path-id

(Optional) Physical interface or virtual interface.

Note   

Use the show interfaces command to see a list of all interfaces currently configured on the router.

For more information about the syntax for the router, use the question mark ( ? ) online help function.

all

Displays all interface instances.

Note   

This option is available only with the statistics keyword. It is not available with the monitor keyword because a entity instance monitoring collection captures data from an entity instance for one sampling cycle.

sample-id

Sample ID of the monitoring collection or statistics collection to be displayed.

all-samples

Displays all collected samples.

last-sample

Displays the last collected samples.

Command Default

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.7.2

This command was introduced.

Release 4.0.1

The basic-counters keyword was added to support basic counters entity collections.

Usage Guidelines

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

monitor

read

Examples

This is sample output from the show performance-mgmt interface command:

 
RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router# show performance-mgmt monitor interface generic-counters pos 0/3/0/0 all-samples 

Interface: POS0_3_0_0 Sample no: 1

------------------------------------------------ 
InPackets: 0 OutPackets: 0 InOctets: 0
OutOctets: 0 InUcastPkts: 0 OutUcastPkts: 0 InMulticastPkts: 0 OutMulticastPkts: 0
InBroadcastPkts: 0 OutBroadcastPkts: 0 InputTotalDrops: 0 OutputTotalDrops: 0
InputTotalErrors: 0 OutputTotalErrors: 0 InputOverrun: 0 OutputUnderrun: 0
InputQueueDrops: 0 InputUnknownProto: 0 InputCRC: 0 InputFrame: 0 Interface: POS0_3_0_0
Sample no: 2 ------------------------------------------------ InPackets: 0 OutPackets: 0
InOctets: 0 OutOctets: 0 InUcastPkts: 0 OutUcastPkts: 0 InMulticastPkts: 0
OutMulticastPkts: 0 InBroadcastPkts: 0 OutBroadcastPkts: 0 InputTotalDrops: 0
OutputTotalDrops: 0 InputTotalErrors: 0 OutputTotalErrors: 0 InputOverrun: 0
OutputUnderrun: 0 InputQueueDrops: 0 InputUnknownProto: 0 InputCRC: 0 InputFrame: 0
 
RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router# show performance-mgmt monitor interface generic-counters hundredGigE 0/3/0/0 all-samples 

Interface: HundredGigE0_3_0_0 Sample no: 1

------------------------------------------------ 
InPackets: 0 OutPackets: 0 InOctets: 0
OutOctets: 0 InUcastPkts: 0 OutUcastPkts: 0 InMulticastPkts: 0 OutMulticastPkts: 0
InBroadcastPkts: 0 OutBroadcastPkts: 0 InputTotalDrops: 0 OutputTotalDrops: 0
InputTotalErrors: 0 OutputTotalErrors: 0 InputOverrun: 0 OutputUnderrun: 0
InputQueueDrops: 0 InputUnknownProto: 0 InputCRC: 0 InputFrame: 0 Interface: HundredGigE0_3_0_0
Sample no: 2 ------------------------------------------------ InPackets: 0 OutPackets: 0
InOctets: 0 OutOctets: 0 InUcastPkts: 0 OutUcastPkts: 0 InMulticastPkts: 0
OutMulticastPkts: 0 InBroadcastPkts: 0 OutBroadcastPkts: 0 InputTotalDrops: 0
OutputTotalDrops: 0 InputTotalErrors: 0 OutputTotalErrors: 0 InputOverrun: 0
OutputUnderrun: 0 InputQueueDrops: 0 InputUnknownProto: 0 InputCRC: 0 InputFrame: 0

This table describes the significant fields shown in the display.



Table 7 show performance-mgmt interface Field Descriptions

Field

Description

InBroadcastPkts

Broadcast packets received.

InMulticast Pkts

Multicast packets received.

InOctets

Bytes received.

InPackets

Packets received.

InputCRC

Inbound packets discarded with incorrect CRC.

InputFrame

Inbound framing errors.

InputOverrun

Input overruns.

InputQueueDrops

Input queue drops.

InputTotalDrops

Inbound correct packets discarded.

InputTotalErrors

Inbound incorrect packets discarded.

InUcastPkts

Unicast packets received.

InputUnknownProto

Inbound packets discarded with unknown proto.

OutBroadcastPkts

Broadcast packets sent.

OutMulticastPkts

Multicast packets sent.

OutOctets

Bytes sent.

OutPackets

Packets sent.

OutputTotalDrops

Outbound correct packets discarded.

OutputTotalErrors

Outbound incorrect packets discarded.

OutUcastPkts

Unicast packets sent.

OutputUnderrun

Output underruns.

show performance-mgmt mpls

To display performance management (PM) data for Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) entity instance monitoring and statistics collections, use the show performance-mgmt mpls command in EXEC mode.

show performance-mgmt { monitor | statistics } mpls ldp { ip-address | all } { first-sample-id | all-samples | last-sample }

Syntax Description

monitor

Displays the data collected for an entity instance monitoring collection. The data gathered is from one sample cycle from one instance of an MPLS entity collection template.

Note   

The data is available to be displayed only as the monitor data is collected.

statistics

Displays the data collected from statistics collection samples.

ldp

Displays data from MPLS Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) collections.

ip-address

IP address of LDP session instance.

all

Displays data from all LDP session instances.

Note   

This option is available only with the statistics keyword. It is not available with the monitor keyword because a entity instance monitoring collection captures data from an entity instance for one sampling cycle.

first-sample-id

Sample ID of the monitoring or statistics collection to be displayed.

all-samples

Displays all collected samples.

last-sample

Displays the last collected samples.

Command Default

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.7.2

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

monitor

read

Examples

This is sample output from the show performance-mgmt mpls command:

 RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router# show performance-mgmt monitor mpls ldp 192.0.2.45 last-sample 
LDP Neighbor: 192.0.2.45 Sample no: 2
------------------------------------------------------- 
TotalMsgsSent: 131,

TotalMsgsRcvd: 131 InitMsgsSent: 1, InitMsgsRcvd: 1 AddressMsgsSent: 1, AddressMsgsRcvd:
1 AddressWithdrawMsgsSent: 0, AddressWithdrawMsgsRcvd: 0 LabelMappingMsgsSent: 6,
LabelMappingMsgsRcvd: 7 LabelWithdrawMsgsSent: 0, LabelWithdrawMsgsRcvd: 0
LabelReleaseMsgsSent: 0, LabelReleaseMsgsRcvd: 0 NotificationMsgsSent: 0
NotificationMsgsRcvd: 0 

This table describes the significant fields shown in the display.



Table 8 show performance-mgmt mpls Field Descriptions

Field

Description

InitMsgsSent

Initial messages sent.

InitMsgsRcvd

Initial messages received.

TotalMsgsSent

Total messages sent.

TotalMsgsRcvd

Total messages received.

AddressMsgsSent

Address messages sent.

show performance-mgmt node

To display performance management (PM) data for node entity monitoring and statistics collections, use the show performance-mgmt node command in EXEC mode.

show performance-mgmt { monitor | statistics } node { cpu | memory | process } location { node-id | all } { sample-id | all-samples | last-sample }

Syntax Description

monitor

Displays the data collected for an entity instance monitoring collection. The data gathered is from one sample cycle from one instance of a node entity collection template.

Note   

The data is only available to be displayed as the monitor data is collected.

statistics

Displays the data collected from statistics collection samples.

cpu

Displays data from the central processing unit (CPU).

memory

Displays data from memory.

process

Displays data from processes.

location

Specifies the location of data origination.

node-id

Location of the node. The node-id argument is entered in the rack/slot/module notation.

all

Displays data from all LDP session instances.

Note   

This option is available only with the statistics keyword. It is not available with the monitor keyword because a entity instance monitoring collection captures data from an entity instance for one sampling cycle.

sample-id

Sample ID of the monitoring or statistics collection to be displayed.

all-samples

Displays all collected samples.

last-sample

Displays the last collected samples.

Command Default

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.7.2

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

monitor

read

Examples

This is sample output from the show performance-mgmt node command:

 RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router# show performance-mgmt monitor node process location 0/RSP1/CPU0 process
               614587 last-sample 
Node ID: 0_RSP1_CPU0 
Sample no: 1 ---------------------------------------------- Process ID: 614587
---------------------------------------------- PeakMemory: 908 AverageCPUUsed: 0
NoThreads: 5 

This table describes the significant fields shown in the display.



Table 9 show performance-mgmt node Field Descriptions

Field

Description

PeakMemory

Maximum system memory (in MB) used since bootup.

AverageCPUused

Average system percent CPU utilization.

NoThreads

Number of threads.

show performance-mgmt ospf

To display performance management (PM) data for Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) entity instance monitoring and statistics collections, use the show performance-mgmt ospf command in EXEC mode.

show performance-mgmt { monitor | statistics } ospf { v2protocol | v3protocol } instance { sample-id | all-samples | last-sample }

Syntax Description

monitor

Displays the data collected for an entity instance monitoring collection. The data gathered is from one sample cycle from one instance of an OSPF entity collection template.

Note   

The data is available to be displayed only as the monitor data is collected.

statistics

Displays the data collected from statistics collection samples.

v2protocol

Displays counters for an OSPF v2 protocol instance.

v3protocol

Displays counters for an OSPF v3 protocol instance.

sample-id

Sample ID of the monitoring or statistics collection to be displayed.

all-samples

Displays all collected samples.

last-sample

Displays the last collected samples.

Command Default

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.7.2

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

monitor

read, write

Examples

This is sample output from the show performance-mgmt ospf command:

RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router(config)# show performance-mgmt statistics ospf v2protocol 100 all-samples

Mon Aug 3 06:41:15.785 PST 
OSPF Instance: 100 Sample no: 1 
------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
InputPackets: 12323 OutputPackets: 12045 
InputHelloPackets: 11281 OutputHelloPackets: 11276 
InputDBDs: 18 OutputDBDs: 20 
InputDBDsLSA: 508 OutputDBDsLSA: 530 
InputLSRequests: 1 OutputLSRequests: 2 
InputLSRequestsLSA: 11 OutputLSRequestsLSA: 0 
InputLSAUpdates: 989 OutputLSAUpdates: 109 
InputLSAUpdatesLSA: 28282 OutputLSAUpdatesLSA: 587 
InputLSAAcks: 34 OutputLSAAcks: 638 
InputLSAAcksLSA: 299 OutputLSAAcksLSA: 27995 
ChecksumErrors: 0 

show running performance-mgmt

To display a list of configured templates and the template being applied, use the show running performance-mgmt command in EXEC mode.

show running performance-mgmt [ apply | resources | statistics | thresholds ]

Syntax Description

apply

(Optional) Displays the list of apply template commands in the current configuration.

resources

(Optional) Displays the existing resource configuration commands applied.

statistics

(Optional) Displays the list of configured statistics templates.

thresholds

(Optional) Displays the list of configured threshold templates.

Command Default

None

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release

Modification

Release 3.7.2

This command was introduced.

Usage Guidelines

Task ID

Task ID

Operations

monitor

read, write

Examples

This example shows the list of statistic and threshold templates, the configuration of each template, and at the end, which templates are enabled for collection:


RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router(config)#show running performance-mgmt

performance-mgmt resources tftp-server 192.168.134.254 directory muckier/jagrelo/pmtest
performance-mgmt statistics bgp template template3
 sample-size 5
 sample-interval 60
!
performance-mgmt statistics node cpu template template4
 sample-size 30
 sample-interval 2
!
performance-mgmt statistics interface generic-counters template template2
 sample-size 3
 sample-interval 10
!
performance-mgmt statistics interface data-rates template template1
 sample-size 10
 sample-interval 5
!
performance-mgmt statistics node memory template template5
 sample-size 30
 sample-interval 2
!
performance-mgmt statistics node process template template6
 sample-size 10
 sample-interval 5
!
performance-mgmt thresholds node cpu template template20
 AverageCpuUsed GT 75
 sample-interval 5
!
performance-mgmt apply statistics interface generic-counters template2
performance-mgmt apply statistics node memory global template5
performance-mgmt apply statistics node process 0/0/CPU0 template6
performance-mgmt apply thresholds node cpu global template20