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Cisco Prime - CPU History

Hi,

I have a quite simple question, but I really could not find the answer in docs or internet.

How do I plot a CPU history graph for my monitored router using cisco prime. All graphs that Cisco Prime shows me are lmited to 1h range!

I must be keeping the full range of data somewhere. How do I plot different ranges?

It should be a simple task: click on the graph, change time range, and 'voila'! But its not...

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Cisco Employee

Hi,  these are system defined

Hi,

 

 these are system defined pollers, you can't edit or delete them ,however you can de-activate them.

Create a new poller with your selected or all of the devices and then check the issue.historical data or the reports will be avaible only after 24 hours of the poller started.

 

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Cisco Employee

What version of PI is it? You

What version of PI is it? You should check it under Reports > Device Reports.

Also, for individual devices you should check it under Operate > Device Work Center and in Device Details, click View history of  CPU utilization and Memory Utilization.

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Cisco Prime - 4.2Sorry sirs,

Cisco Prime - 4.2

Sorry sirs, could not find Reports > Device Reports nor  Report > Report Launch Pad > Device > CPU Utilization

The closest thing I found here is

Reports > Performance > Device > CPU Utilization

But there is no Device available for me to plot! Do I have to enable CPU collection for long range graphs? Do I have to create a poll or something like that? It does not stores all values automatically?

Cisco Employee

Hi , we thought ,it is Prime

Hi ,

 

we thought ,it is Prime infrastructure .

yes , you need to created the Poller first then you will be able see result on the dasohboad as well you can generate reports based on that.

Monitor > Performance Settings > Setup > Pollers

 

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/net_mgmt/ciscoworks_lan_management_solution/4-2/user/guide/lms_monitor/lms_mnt/mnt-perf.html#wp1542387

 

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Great! Now I am mounting the

Great! Now I am mounting the puzzle!

In "Monitor > Performance Settings > Setup > Pollers" I have "All Devices_CPU Utilizaton" Poller, which seems to be created by Cisco since I cannot delete or edit it.

The status of this poller is "Active with Errors (29)". I have 200 devices, so 29 errors is not a big deal now.

So, I went to "Reports > Performance > Poller" and ran a Report for "All Devices_CPU Utilizaton" in the range of 1 week. The result was:

"Could not generate the report. Either data is not available for the specified duration or the report job has failed."

Status
Job Status:Partially Successful
Job Failure Reason (if any):No data to generate the report
Completion Time:Tue, Mar 11 2014, 15:05:33 BRT
Launch Report:click here

 

Strange! And how long is the retention period for this collected data? Where do I configure it?

 

 

Cisco Employee

Hi,  these are system defined

Hi,

 

 these are system defined pollers, you can't edit or delete them ,however you can de-activate them.

Create a new poller with your selected or all of the devices and then check the issue.historical data or the reports will be avaible only after 24 hours of the poller started.

 

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Afroz

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Cisco Employee

Hi Leonardo, More specificly

Hi Leonardo,

 

More specificly it is under (Report > Report Launch Pad > Device > CPU Utilization  )

 

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