"priority-queue queue-limit" command is supported in 12.2.18SXF2 and above for Cat 6500, Sup720-3b.
For IOS below 12.2.18SXF2, what is the buffer that is allocated for priority queue?
Using 1P3Q8T as an example, if i have the command
wrr-queue queue-limit 0 50 20
Using 12.2.18SXF2 and above, i am able to use "priority-queue queue-limit" command to set the buffer allocated for priority queue. "show queueing interface x/y" is also able to show that x amount of buffer is allocated for priority queue.
However, using 12.2.18SXF2 and below,
Does that mean that remaining 30% (100-50-20) of the buffer will be allocated for priority queue since i cannot use "priority-queue queue-limit" command to set it. Using "show queueing interface x/y" does not show how much buffer is allocated to priority queue.
Is there a way i can see the buffer allocated for priority queue in 12.2.18SXF2 and below?
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