It looks to me that the most feasible approach is to write a custom script (with the "expect" scripting language, for example) to keep tabs on the buffer overruns (or qos3Outlost on Native IOS) from the CLI. What the Cisco link doesn't say is, on the CatOS at least, you'd need [to write the script] to determine what "PORT" ASIC each module is using with "show asic slot #" in enable mode. For example:
CatOSCat6500 (enable) show asic slot 2
Forwarding engine version : 3
Shortcut engine version : 1
Central rewrite engine version : 0
Asic Name Count Major Version Minor Version Asic Type
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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