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Monitoring error in Switches (3750, 6500, 3560)

Hi guys,

Is there any way on how to manually monitor error in switches (like loops, interface down, CPU usage, bandwidth usage)? using only commands in switch/router. Thanks.

Cheers!

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Re: Monitoring error in Switches (3750, 6500, 3560)

Hi,

the best command to use is #Show Process [memory] or [CPU]. These 2 options give you a lot of details.

You can also use #Show process CPU history. This will give a graph over last 60 minutes, few hours etc.

Hope This Helps...

Shaheen

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Re: Monitoring error in Switches (3750, 6500, 3560)

there is no single command to show all details

thanks

Re: Monitoring error in Switches (3750, 6500, 3560)

Hi,

the best command to use is #Show Process [memory] or [CPU]. These 2 options give you a lot of details.

You can also use #Show process CPU history. This will give a graph over last 60 minutes, few hours etc.

Hope This Helps...

Shaheen

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Re: Monitoring error in Switches (3750, 6500, 3560)

Hello Guys Thanks. Yes, there is no one command but show process will help a lot. :-)

Thanks again.

Cheers!

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