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    show services service-sets summary

    Syntax

    show services service-sets summary<interface interface>

    Release Information

    Command introduced before Junos OS Release 7.4.

    Display of the CPU usage in the output introduced in Junos OS Mobility Release 11.2W.

    Description

    Display the summary information about the service sets for Multiservices (MS) interfaces.

    Options

    interface interface

    Name of the adaptive services interface (ms-).

    Required Privilege Level

    view

    List of Sample Output

    show services service-sets summary

    Output Fields

    Table 1 lists the output fields for the show services service-sets summary command. Output fields are listed in the approximate order in which they appear.

    Table 1: show services service-sets summary Output Fields

    Field Name

    Field Description

    Interface

    Name of the multiservices member interface (ms-).

    Service sets configured

    Total number of service sets configured on the interface.

    Bytes used

    Total number of bytes used by stateful services for runtime information. (The object-cache-size statement is used to set the memory allocated for runtime services.) The following information is also displayed:

    • Memory Alarm (zone): If the amount of free memory goes down below the limit (64 MB for 32-bit Junos OS and 128 MB for 64-bit Junos OS), an overload alert (OVLD) is displayed. If not, then nothing is displayed.
    • Percentage of the total number of bytes used.

    Policy bytes used

    Total number of policy bytes used and the percentage used. Policy bytes is the amount of memory used for user configuration and correlates with the policy-db-size statement.

    CPU Utilization

    Percentage of CPU utilization per PIC. The following information is also displayed:

    • CPU Alarm (Zone): If the CPU utilization goes above the configured limit, then an overload alert (OVLD) is displayed. If not, then nothing is displayed.

    Sample Output

    show services service-sets summary

    user@host> show services service-sets summary
                       Service sets                                                                    CPU 
    Interface    configured             Bytes used   Policy bytes used  utilization 
    ms-0/0/0           1   385021900      (81.96%)     299796 ( 0.44%)  92.89 % OVLD 
    
    

    Published: 2011-06-28