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The commands " Service internal and scheduler runtime"

Hi Team,

I search the commands:

service internal and scheduler runtime netinput

But I don´t find nothing.

I have this commands in my MSFC3 and I need know if this command are necesary in my configuration.

You can say me what does means this commands?

I know that the command service internal is necesary for others commands hidden, but you can say me more about this commands

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Re: The commands " Service internal and scheduler runtime"

Cisco(config)#scheduler runtime netinput

This variable can be used by protocols for enforcing a time-based limit on process-switching runs. For instance, when the IP Input process has the hand to process some packets in the input queue, it will not do it for more than this period of time before giving back the hand. The default time is 300 ms.

The command has been removed from CLI in later versions of code , which also generated

this internal bug:

Service internal is used to enable to execute hidden commands such as inbuilt sniffer etc.

You do not need both these commands in your configuration.