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how can i monitor cpu ultilization on MSC

              such as attach  and show process cpu command on GSR

    thank you!

Tom

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how can i monitor cpu ultilization on MSC

From the CLI:

"show process cpu location x/y/CPU0"

or

"monitor process location x/y/CPU0"

Or SNMP poll for cpmCPUTotal5secRev, cpmCPUTotal1minRev or cpmCPUTotal5minRev from the CISCO-PROCESS-MIB. For example for an MSC in slot 0, the 1 min CPU average:

CISCO-PROCESS-MIB::cpmCPUTotal1minRev.2 = Gauge32: 2 percent

CISCO-PROCESS-MIB::cpmCPUTotalPhysicalIndex.2 = INTEGER: 2359704

ENTITY-MIB::entPhysicalName.2359704 = STRING: 0/0/* - cpu

ENTITY-MIB::entPhysicalContainedIn.2359704 = INTEGER: 38645760

ENTITY-MIB::entPhysicalDescr.38645760 = STRING: Cisco CRS-1 Series Modular Services Card

Cisco Employee

how can i monitor cpu ultilization on MSC

Hello,

If you want to attach to specific card for monitoring, you can do as follows to monitor CPU consumer:

RP/0/RP1/CPU0:CRS-C#show platform

Tue Jan  7 09:08:47.213 EDT

Node          Type              PLIM             State           Config State

------------- ----------------- ---------------- --------------- ---------------

0/0/CPU0      MSC-B             8-10GbE          IOS XR RUN      PWR,NSHUT,MON

0/1/CPU0      FP40              4-10GbE          IOS XR RUN      PWR,NSHUT,MON

0/2/CPU0      MSC-B             Jacket Card      IOS XR RUN      PWR,NSHUT,MON

0/3/CPU0      MSC               16OC48-POS/DPT   IOS XR RUN      PWR,NSHUT,MON

0/5/CPU0      MSC               1OC768-POS       IOS XR RUN      PWR,NSHUT,MON

0/RP0/CPU0    RP(Standby)       N/A              IOS XR RUN      PWR,NSHUT,MON

0/RP1/CPU0    RP(Active)        N/A              IOS XR RUN      PWR,NSHUT,MON

RP/0/RP1/CPU0:CRS-C#run attach 0/5/cpu0

Tue Jan  7 09:08:54.964 EDT

attach: Starting session 2 to node 0/5/cpu0

# top_procs -D

Computing times...

node0_5_CPU0: 143 procs, 1 cpu, 1.04 delta, 858:02:56 uptime

Memory: 2048 MB total, 928.292 MB free, sample time: Tue Jan  7 09:09:02 2014

cpu 0 idle: 97.31%, kernel:  0.09%

      pid   mem MB   user cpu kernel cpu   delta  % ker  % tot name

    73796    1.203  46671.271     82.590   0.014   0.00   1.49 pse_driver

    90192    0.367  14455.991   3385.648   0.008   0.19   0.79 stats_svr

  3117200    0.234      0.016      0.001   0.002   0.00   0.19 top_procs

    73798    0.804   1271.587    360.618   0.001   0.09   0.09 fab_svr

    12296    0.308      0.016      0.004   0.001   0.00   0.09 devc-pty

    86060    0.308      4.165      3.190   0.000   0.00   0.00 diag_svr

    41003    3.648   1715.777    469.277   0.000   0.00   0.00 wdsysmon

    73799    3.792   1107.399    222.178   0.000   0.00   0.00 gsp

    65590    0.328     98.651     26.463   0.000   0.00   0.00 fabio_svr

    12290    0.242      0.613      0.671   0.000   0.00   0.00 wd-critical-mon

node0_5_CPU0: 143 procs, 1 cpu, 5.13 delta, 858:03:01 uptime

Memory: 2048 MB total, 928.292 MB free, sample time: Tue Jan  7 09:09:07 2014

cpu 0 idle: 97.28%, kernel:  0.01%

      pid   mem MB   user cpu kernel cpu   delta  % ker  % tot name

    73796    1.203  46671.347     82.590   0.075   0.00   1.51 pse_driver

    90192    0.367  14456.019   3385.653   0.033   0.09   0.65 stats_svr

    73798    0.804   1271.592    360.619   0.006   0.01   0.11 fab_svr

    90191    2.472   3372.803     30.848   0.005   0.00   0.09 egressq

    73799    3.792   1107.402    222.178   0.003   0.00   0.05 gsp

  3117200    0.234      0.018      0.002   0.003   0.01   0.05 top_procs

   110687    3.000    123.548     69.889   0.003   0.01   0.05 fib_mgr

   241774    4.031    227.568     16.354   0.002   0.00   0.03 qos_ea

    65593    2.265    822.075     75.675   0.001   0.00   0.01 fabricq_mgr

   110675    5.988     16.101      5.816   0.001   0.00   0.01 netio

# exit

Terminating attach to node 0/5/cpu0..

RP/0/RP1/CPU0:CRS-C#

And the following is to monitor memory consumer from top to bottom:

RP/0/RP1/CPU0:CRS-C#run attach 0/5/cpu0

Tue Jan  7 09:11:52.798 EDT

attach: Starting session 2 to node 0/5/cpu0

# top_procs -MD

Computing memory...

node0_5_CPU0: 143 procs, 1 cpu, 1.06 delta, 858:05:53 uptime

Memory: 2048 MB total, 928.292 MB free, sample time: Tue Jan  7 09:11:59 2014

cpu 0 idle: 96.52%, kernel:  0.69%

      pid   mem MB   user cpu kernel cpu   delta  % ker  % tot name

   110675    5.988     16.102      5.816   0.000   0.00   0.00 netio

     8195    5.796     11.635      1.200   0.000   0.00   0.00 dllmgr

   241774    4.031    227.581     16.355   0.000   0.00   0.00 qos_ea

    73799    3.792   1107.451    222.191   0.000   0.00   0.00 gsp

    41003    3.648   1715.886    469.302   0.000   0.00   0.00 wdsysmon

    65595    3.121      1.305      0.771   0.000   0.00   0.00 fia_driver

   110687    3.000    123.554     69.896   0.000   0.00   0.00 fib_mgr

   110678    2.847     62.335     29.719   0.000   0.00   0.00 platform_mgr

   241772    2.738      2.903      2.091   0.000   0.00   0.00 l2fib_mgr

   110698    2.652      3.917      1.337   0.000   0.00   0.00 tcam_mgr

node0_5_CPU0: 143 procs, 1 cpu, 5.15 delta, 858:05:58 uptime

Memory: 2048 MB total, 928.292 MB free, sample time: Tue Jan  7 09:12:04 2014

cpu 0 idle: 97.33%, kernel:  0.03%

      pid   mem MB   user cpu kernel cpu   delta  % ker  % tot name

   110675    5.988     16.102      5.816   0.000   0.00   0.00 netio

     8195    5.796     11.635      1.200   0.000   0.00   0.00 dllmgr

   241774    4.031    227.581     16.355   0.000   0.00   0.00 qos_ea

    73799    3.792   1107.456    222.192   0.006   0.01   0.11 gsp

    41003    3.648   1715.886    469.302   0.000   0.00   0.00 wdsysmon

    65595    3.121      1.305      0.771   0.000   0.00   0.00 fia_driver

   110687    3.000    123.554     69.897   0.001   0.01   0.01 fib_mgr

   110678    2.847     62.336     29.719   0.001   0.00   0.01 platform_mgr

   241772    2.738      2.903      2.091   0.000   0.00   0.00 l2fib_mgr

   110698    2.652      3.917      1.337   0.000   0.00   0.00 tcam_mgr

#

Regards,

Rivalino

Cisco Employee

how can i monitor cpu ultilization on MSC

A word of caution here, "monitor process location r/s/m" will actually drive the CPU utilization up on the given LC. Also note if you are monitoring resources, you will also want to monitor the forwarding ASIC for a given LC via "show controller pse utilization {ingress/egress} location r/s/m".

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