please explain "show system resources" output

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mindterra
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please explain "show system resources" output

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hi, could anyone explain me what each result means or can I find a technote ?

thank you.


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gfowler
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it's 'top'.  Just like on any linux box.

Add the term 'follow' to the end, 'show system resources follow', and you getting a running view of the CPU.  I assume it only shows CPU, memory, swap and processes for the control plane.

After you've executed the command with the 'follow' attribute, you can interact with it; just like top on a linux box.  press 'h' for help.

's' and then '1' to speed of the refresh.  Capital 'P' to sort the process list by CPU usage.  '1' to expose the multicores on the CPU(s) header.

and 'q' to quit.

I tell ya.. I'm likin' this box more and more everyday..

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gfowler
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it's 'top'.  Just like on any linux box.

Add the term 'follow' to the end, 'show system resources follow', and you getting a running view of the CPU.  I assume it only shows CPU, memory, swap and processes for the control plane.

After you've executed the command with the 'follow' attribute, you can interact with it; just like top on a linux box.  press 'h' for help.

's' and then '1' to speed of the refresh.  Capital 'P' to sort the process list by CPU usage.  '1' to expose the multicores on the CPU(s) header.

and 'q' to quit.

I tell ya.. I'm likin' this box more and more everyday..

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ppatel
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Hello,

As mentioned by Gary, it is just similar to a linux box.

This command is used to monitor processes running on the management plane.

The Columns in the output mean the following:-

PID is the process ID of the process

%CPU is the management plane CPU usage

%MEM is the physical Memory usage (RES)

VIRT -- The total virtual memory usgae:  Virtual Image (kb)

VIRT == SWAP + RES.

TIME  is the CPU Time a task has used since it is started.

TIME+ is the CPU Time reflecting more granularity. (hundredths of a second.)

COMMAND will show all the deaomons running over the management plane and its memory/CPU utilization

Regards

Parth

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