Correct me if I am wrong but isn't show system resources to view management plane related processes?
For viewing dataplane health I would use the "show system resources follow" command. For historic logs you would then use the "dp-monitor" log (> less dp-log dp-monitor.log)
The less mp-log dp-monitor.log command generates a massive output values !!
Which counter indique the memory used on the DP ?
PS: In fact, show system resources gives the mem on the MP...
In the output from the dp-monitor, you'd want to start reading from "malloc allocator".
If you have access to PANTS or AutoAssistant tools then you can drop a tech support file in there and generate some cool graphs based on DP MEM utilisation as an aggregate or a per process basis.
I'm a partner, Technical Partner of the year ;)
Pants is available to ASC Partners
AutoAssistant I believe is available only for CPSP partners
In which case, your best option at the moment would be to create some graphs in excel based on the data from the dp-monitor.log. This log file is contained in a tech support file or otherwise you can obtain it via SCP:
> scp export log-file data-plane
+ remote-port SSH port number on remote host
+ source-ip Set source address to specified interface address
* to Destination (username@host:path)
Otherwise, reach out to your SE.
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