Situation: Cisco 3750 stack containing 6 members. CPU for ages @ 20-23 % with totally no spikes or extra load. With some heavy acl's and a few logg options it seems to slow thing down and even provides packetloss at some busy moments.
I am trying to find out how I can monitor each member individualy with it's CPU load. I do not fully trust the totals of the normal MIB with SNMP.
Is there a way to have a CPU readout for each member ? Trying the @<nr> with the community string does not provide me any.
vm-pub#sho switch Switch/Stack Mac Address : 0016.c7e3.ca00 H/W Current Switch# Role Mac Address Priority Version State ---------------------------------------------------------- *1 Master 0016.c7e3.ca00 15 0 Ready 2 Member 0017.9451.bb00 14 0 Ready 3 Member 0015.63a6.8b80 13 0 Ready 4 Member 0016.c793.c980 12 0 Ready 5 Member 0017.9451.df00 11 0 Ready 6 Member 0015.635e.d680 10 0 Ready
This implies that the IOS device must support both CISCO-PROCESS-MIB and ENTITY-MIB for you to be able to retrieve relevant information about CPU utilization. The only case where you do not need to have or use ENTITY-MIB is when you only have a single CPU.
Monitor the use of multiple CPUs in the 7500 chassis (RSP and two VIPs). The same applies to GSR linecards. Use Cisco IOS Software Release 12.0(22)S3 or later when you poll c7500 or GSR for these values. Be aware of the related bugs: CSCdw52978 (registered customers only) , CSCdp17238 (registered customers only) .
Poll cpmCPUTotal5min (.18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.1.5) to get "overall CPU busy percentage in the last 5 minute period" for all CPUs in the chassis. The output shows that the 7507 device has three CPUs, utilized for 10%, 1%, and 2% during last 5 minutes.
In order to identify the particular card to which each physical entry is related, poll correspondent entPhysicalName (.188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11) entry, with the exact indexes 9, 25, 28 from Step 2, as a last digit. You see that RSP is utilized for 10%, and VIPs in slots 4 and 6 are utilized for one and two percent.
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