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csm utilization reports

Attached is output from regarding CSM utilization

Unlike memory statistics, the CPU stats are split across various fields.

Does the IXP Engine utlization reflect the CPU usage across different processors?

CSM-LB-1#sh mod csm 4 tec utilization
Software version: 4.2(3)
Resource Utilization:
  Memory
    Availible Memory     65%     164M
    Allocated Memory     26%      65M
    OS Static Memory     10%      26M

  PPC Threads
    CPU  STACK  Name
     0%   13%   tExcTask
     0%    5%   tLogTask
     3%   10%   tNetTask
     0%    3%   tWdbTask
     0%   22%   WatchDog
     0%   11%   PinnclGmac
     0%   13%   Scp
     0%   12%   Scp TxQ
     0%   13%   IPC RtryTmr
     0%    7%   IPC MgdTmr
     0%   25%   IPC SeatMgr
     0%   25%   ICC Slave
     0%   13%   IPCP AsyncR
     3%   11%   IPCP Poll
     4%    7%   PktDrv Rcv
     1%   16%   SlowpathArp
     0%   10%   IPCPCmd Private
     0%   11%   Topology
     0%   17%   GSLBPingMgr
     0%   17%   GSLBDNSMgr
     0%    9%   GSLBHttpMgr
     0%   26%   GSLBRHttpMsg
     0%   25%   DNS Server
     0%   11%   GSLBMon
     0%   16%   LaminarStack
     0%    2%   LcscUpdates
     0%    6%   IPCPCmd Private
     0%    9%   LcscRouteAdvert
     0%    3%   reap_drop_stats
     3%    2%   HealthMon
     0%    7%   SASPComm
     0%   10%   HttpsUpdates
     0%    7%   SASPSecureComm
     0%   28%   tTracelogDebug
     0%    2%   CLI Serial
     0%    0%   Lam Telnet
     0%   11%   CSRP_repl
     0%   10%   FTarp
     0%   27%   FThelper
    13%    1%   FTReplFlow
     0%   33%   LRProtocol
     0%   10%   Health_Check_Gateway
     0%   23%   Health_chk_forcedfailover
     0%   13%   core_dump
     0%    3%   core_watch
     2%   36%   core_usage
     0%    3%   ScriptPostMortem
     0%   33%   SLB Request
     0%   23%   ICC KeepAlive
     0%   30%   GSLBCappUdp
     0%   10%   GSLBKALAP
     0%   13%   HTTP Server
     0%   32%   PrefetchSession
    69%   37%   SLB SendDraco
         
  IXP Engines
     IXP1        16%
     IXP2         6%
     IXP3         0%
     IXP4         0%
     IXP5        12%
         
  MACs   
     MAC0         0%   (2531/s)    407 average size.
     MAC1         0%   (4985/s)    566 average size.
     MAC2         0%   (6136/s)    367 average size.
     MAC3         0%  (11709/s)   1036 average size.
         
     UNICAST     99%  (25359/s)
     MULTICAST    0%      (2/s)
     BROADCAST    0%      (0/s)
         
  Buffers
     Result       1%
     Hash         1%
     Analysis     1%
     Small        1%
     Return      13%

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Re: csm utilization reports

Yes, each ixp has a function.

     IXP1        16%
     IXP2         6%
     IXP3         0%
      IXP4         0%
     IXP5        12%

You can see the stats associated with each ixp with the 'show mod csm X tech proc X' command.

IXP1 handles packet classification (new connections/exsiting connections).

IXP2 is for handling TCP.

IXP5 is NAT engine.

Gilles.

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