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cpu1 and cpu2 usage in stack switch

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cpu1 and cpu2 usage in stack switch

Hi,

I am not sure how to check that using SNMP walk.

But following is the way to check it using switch CLI.

For example, you have a stack of 3 switches. Switch 1 is the master.

So when you do a Show proc cpu sort, you check the CPU of the master i.e. Switch 1 in this case.

Now in order to check the CPU of member switches 2,3 you have to do the following:

#session 2 (this will login you into the second switch of the stack)

#show proc cpu sort (this will tell you the cpu of the second switch

#exit

Similarly for the 3rd switch of the stack:

#session 3

#show proc cpu sort

Thanks

Ankur

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Re: cpu1 and cpu2 usage in stack switch

Hi,

The reason you are getting the error Command authorization failed. is because your user access doesn't have enough privilages to run this command. You might have a tacacs configured on the switch with a lower privilage level for your account.

Thanks

Ankur

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Silver

cpu1 and cpu2 usage in stack switch

Hi,

I am not sure how to check that using SNMP walk.

But following is the way to check it using switch CLI.

For example, you have a stack of 3 switches. Switch 1 is the master.

So when you do a Show proc cpu sort, you check the CPU of the master i.e. Switch 1 in this case.

Now in order to check the CPU of member switches 2,3 you have to do the following:

#session 2 (this will login you into the second switch of the stack)

#show proc cpu sort (this will tell you the cpu of the second switch

#exit

Similarly for the 3rd switch of the stack:

#session 3

#show proc cpu sort

Thanks

Ankur

"Please rate the post if found useful"

New Member

Re: cpu1 and cpu2 usage in stack switch

Hi,

beslown the result:

BBO#session ?

  <1-9>  Switch number

BBO#session 2

Command authorization failed.

i try this,but does not working

BBO#session 2 ?

  processor  destination processor for session

 

Silver

Re: cpu1 and cpu2 usage in stack switch

Hi,

The reason you are getting the error Command authorization failed. is because your user access doesn't have enough privilages to run this command. You might have a tacacs configured on the switch with a lower privilage level for your account.

Thanks

Ankur

New Member

cpu1 and cpu2 usage in stack switch

OK,thanks for reply!

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