Memory utilization used by the current data plane among all allocated memory

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Memory utilization used by the current data plane among all allocated memory

L3 Networker

Hello all,

I was asked by the customer if there is a command to check the memory usage rate used in the current data plane among all allocated memories.



And I found the following command, and is it correct that the config memory here means the entire memory?

> debug dataplane show cfg-memstat statistics

https://knowledgebase.paloaltonetworks.com/KCSArticleDetail?id=kA10g000000PNtHCAW&refURL=http%3A%2F%...


Thanks and Regards,

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Hi @JoHyeonJae ,

 

This command will show the entire data plane memory usage. Are you also looking for the management plane? 

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Hi @JoHyeonJae ,

 

This command will show the entire data plane memory usage. Are you also looking for the management plane? 

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L3 Networker

Thank you for sharing your information.

For example, the Paloalto cpu utilization can be checked through GUI and cli commands, but is there a command that can determine how much memory is currently in use among the total memory based on the data plane?

Additionally, I found a related command.  The link says that it is a command to check config memory, is this the memory usage rate used by the current data plane among all allocated memory?

Thanks,

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