10-03-2018 07:54 AM
'show system resources' will show the total, used, and free memory stats right at the top of the response.
10-03-2018 08:01 AM
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)
10-03-2018 08:10 AM
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...
10-03-2018 08:23 AM
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.
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