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Occasional Contributor
Posts: 9
Registered: ‎02-10-2010

Re: how to enable CPU Utilization monitor with HPoV

thanks all for participating in this discussion, sorry for not clearing the product, its Server iron.

i dont think that i have problem with the MIB it self, i found many but it will be great if i got it from you (OID)

the problem is that the document said

NOTE: Before attempting to read any CPU polling information, enable CPU polling by setting
snAgGblCpuUtilCollect to 1 or issuing the cpu-usage on CLI command
but i cant find this command, i found these MIBS
snAgGblCpuUtilCollec
fdry.1.1.2.1.36
please advice me i dont have much experiance with SNMP.
Anonymous
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Re: how to enable CPU Utilization monitor with HPoV

ok firstly please provide the ServerIron model ADX, SI GTE, GTC, SI400, XL etc.  Also please provide the output of a 'show version'  ss some of the MIB have changed.

Occasional Contributor
Posts: 9
Registered: ‎02-10-2010

Re: how to enable CPU Utilization monitor with HPoV

thanks a lot, please allow me till sunday to get that info, cause i'm away from my office.

Anonymous
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Re: how to enable CPU Utilization monitor with HPoV

No problems mate, post when you are ready.

Occasional Contributor
Posts: 9
Registered: ‎02-10-2010

Re: how to enable CPU Utilization monitor with HPoV

Here is the output of show version :

SSH@SI-CACHES-1#sh vers

  SW: Version 10.2.01oTD4 Copyright (c) 1996-2007 Foundry Networks, Inc.

      Compiled on Apr 01 2010 at 23:21:28 labeled as WXR10201o

  HW: ServerIron 450 Router, SYSIF version 21, Serial #: Non-exist

==========================================================================

SL 1: B0GMR WSM6 Management Module, SYSIF 2, M6, ACTIVE

      Serial #:   CH08060432

    0 MB SHM, 3 Application Processors

16384 KB BRAM, SMC version 5, BM version 21

  SW: (1)10.2.01oTF2 (2)10.2.01oTF2 (3)10.2.01oTF2

==========================================================================

SL 2: J-BxGC16 JetCore Gig Copper Module, SYSIF 2

      Serial #:   CH11023456

4096 KB BRAM, JetCore ASIC IGC version 49, BIA version 8a

32768 KB PRAM and 2M-Bit*1 CAM for IGC  4, version 0449

32768 KB PRAM and 2M-Bit*1 CAM for IGC  5, version 0449

32768 KB PRAM and 2M-Bit*1 CAM for IGC  6, version 0449

32768 KB PRAM and 2M-Bit*1 CAM for IGC  7, version 0449

==========================================================================

SL 3: B0GMR WSM6 Management Module, SYSIF 2, M6, STANDBY

      Serial #:   CH22023456

    0 MB SHM, 3 Application Processors

16384 KB BRAM, SMC version 5, BM version 21

  SW: (1)10.2.01oTF2 (2)10.2.01oTF2 (3)10.2.01oTF2

==========================================================================

Active management module:                                       

  1.0 GHz Power PC processor 750GX (version 7002/0102) 66 MHz bus

  512 KB boot flash memory                                      

16384 KB code flash memory                                      

  512 KB SRAM                                                   

  512 MB DRAM                                                   

Standby management module:                                      

  1.0 GHz Power PC processor 750GX (version 7002/0112) 66 MHz bus

  512 KB boot flash memory                                       

16384 KB code flash memory                                      

  512 KB SRAM                                                   

  512 MB DRAM                                                   

The system uptime is 223 days 20 hours 48 minutes 27 seconds    

The system started at 16:46:54 GMT+02 Thu Apr 15 2010           

The system : started=cold start                                  

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Anonymous
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Re: how to enable CPU Utilization monitor with HPoV

Hi Tariq,

     I beleive this is what you are after.

snAgentCpuUtilPercent                Read only The statistical CPU utilization in units of a percent.

brcdIp.1.1.2.11.1.1.5

Syntax: Gauge32

 

Thanks

Michael.

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