Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Quality of Service Configuration Guide, Release 9.2(x)
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You can display
various QoS statistics for the device. By default, statistics are enabled, but
you can disable this feature. For more information, see the Configuration
Examples For Monitoring QoS Statistics section.
Monitoring QoS Statistics
statistics has the following prerequisites:
You must be
familiar with using modular QoS CLI.
You are logged on
to the device.
Guidelines and Limitations for Monitoring QoS Statistics
Monitoring QoS statistics has the following guidelines and limitations:
show commands with the internal keyword are not supported.
The show queuing interface command can display information about internal interfaces.
The command format for this information is specified asiix/y/z. Where x is the module number, y is the value 1, and z is the internal interface number within the module.
The number of internal interfaces within a module varies based on the type of the line card.
Alternatively, you can display information about internal interfaces by providing the module number in the show queuing command. By including the module number, queuing information for both front-panel and internal interfaces of the module are