About OpenConfig YANG
OpenConfig YANG supports modern networking principles, such as declarative configuration and model-driven management and operations. OpenConfig provides vendor-neutral data models for configuration and monitoring of the network. And, helping with moving from a pull model to a push model, with subscriptions and event update streaming.
Beginning with Cisco NX-OS Release 9.2(1), support is added across a broad range of functional areas. Those include BGP, OSPF, Interface L2 and L3, VRFs, VLANs, and TACACs.
CPU Utilization is the sum of user and kernel utilization values. This value is approximately equal to the sum of user and kernel percentages that are displayed in “show system resources” output.
The min, max, average, min time and max time values are calculated over a 30 second moving window. In this 30-second window, CPU utilization is calculated every 5 seconds. Min, max and average values are calculated over these six samples.
The time instant at which the minimum and maximum values occur within the last 30-second window, are displayed in epoch time format.
For additional information about OpenConfig YANG, see About OpenConfig YANG.
For the OpenConfig models for Cisco NX-OS 9.2(1), see YANG Models 9.2(1). OpenConfig YANG models are grouped by Cisco NX-OS release, so when the Cisco NX-OS release number changes, the last digits in the URL change.