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Historical info on device CPU and memory utilisation

Hi there,

I'm trying to find a way to get historical info on device CPU and memory utilisation in CiscoWorks LMS.

Any suggestions ?

Thanks,

Danijela

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Cisco Employee

Re: Historical info on device CPU and memory utilisation

There's nothing in LMS 2.5 that really does historical info on CPU and memory utilisation.

DFM is more of a tool that does alarms/alerts for CPU/memory thresholds than recording historical info on this.

IPM is about the only piece that does historical reports, but it is more realted to network latency, jitter, availability, packet loss, and errors, not this utilisation you mention above though.

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Cisco Employee

Re: Historical info on device CPU and memory utilisation

There's nothing in LMS 2.5 that really does historical info on CPU and memory utilisation.

DFM is more of a tool that does alarms/alerts for CPU/memory thresholds than recording historical info on this.

IPM is about the only piece that does historical reports, but it is more realted to network latency, jitter, availability, packet loss, and errors, not this utilisation you mention above though.

New Member

Re: Historical info on device CPU and memory utilisation

Thanks for the answer !

I was looking specifically for CPU and memory historical info.

Cheers,

Danijela

Red

Re: Historical info on device CPU and memory utilisation

You might want to set up one of the popular freewares that exist out there. MRTG for example:

http://www.mrtg.org

New Member

Re: Historical info on device CPU and memory utilisation

I think CiscoView does it in the latest LMS bundel

Cisco Employee

Re: Historical info on device CPU and memory utilisation

If you're talking about the miniRMON portion of CiscoView it does traffic history, but not CPU and Mem. Also, not all devices support RMON, specifically most routers do not.

There are CPU and Memory monitoring portions in CiscoView but these monitors real-time statistics and not historical

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