Yes. I have since found out from Cisco that the show policy-map command does not work at all on the 3750 platform. In addition access-lists will also never be matched in this manner since "the processing is in hardware".
So why the SRND documentation provides configuration that cannot be verified is very strange. They say you should use the 'show mls qos interface statitics' command but that increments if you have a service-policy applied, trust or nothing so is basically useless!
You can use show mls qos interface statistics to see what's getting marked, but that's about it. It's not very helpful when you are trying to troubleshoot why traffic is not getting marked as it should.
Actually its worse than you think. The 'show mls qos stats ' counters increase even if the port is not trusted, but packets from an end device are marked. So it doesn't show what packets are getting marked by the switch, just what came from the end device. Given that the switch should re-mark with 0 values this is not at all helpful. Conseqeuntly there is no record of how many packets the switch is marking.
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