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Cloning a KPI Template

 

You clone a template definition to quickly create a new template definition with a new name but same properties. To modify a template definition without disabling templates based upon that definition, first clone the definition, then modify the clone.

  1. From the View selector, select Gateway View. The workspaces that are applicable to this view are displayed.
  2. From the Junos Space user interface, click the Build icon on the Edge Services Director banner.

    The functionalities that you can configure in this mode are displayed in the task pane.
  3. From the View pane, select the All Network item in Gateway view.
  4. From the task pane, select KPI Templates.

    The KPI Templates page is displayed.

    Note

    You can search for a specific template by entering the search criteria in the search field, in the table above the list of displayed templates. You can also search the templates based on the SDG, host, or SDG group.

  5. Select the template you want to clone.

    The Clone KPI Template dialog box is displayed.

    Figure 1: Clone KPI Template Window
    Clone KPI Template Window
  6. In the Name field, type a user-defined template definition name. A template definition name cannot exceed 128 characters and can contain only letters, numbers, spaces, and some special characters. The special characters allowed are hyphen (-), underscore (_), period (.), at (@), single quote (’), forward slash (/), and ampersand (&).
  7. (Optional) In the Description field, type a user-defined description. (limit of 255 characters). The description cannot exceed 256 characters. The operators who use the template definition to create templates rely on the description for information on the template definition.
  8. Click Save to save the template.

    The dialog box closes and the KPI Template window appears.

  9. On the ADC tab, define the KPI settings for the adaptive delivery controller (ADC) service. Fill in the fields under this tab as indicated in the following table:

    Table 1: ADC Tab

    Field

    Description

    ADC KPIs

    Select to enable configuration of KPIs for the adaptive delivery controller (ADC).

    VIP Status

    Select to configure virtual IP address status. Red is displayed for any failure in the virtual IP status, and green is displayed if there is no virtual IP failure.

    Real Servers Up(%)

    Select to configure real servers. Red denotes 0-30 percent of real servers are up and active, yellow denotes 31-60 percent of real servers are up, and green denotes 61-100 percent of total real servers are up.

    Connection Table Count(K)

    Select to configure connection table utilization. The connection table contains the online information on the current open connections that are handled by the ADC software. Red denotes 81-100 kilobytes of the table are utilized, yellow denotes 61-80 kilobytes of utilization, and green denote 0-60 kilobytes of utilization.

    CPU Status Control

    Select to configure CPU utilization for control packets as a status indicator. Red denotes CPU utilization of 81-100 percent, yellow is for 41-80 percent, and green is for 0-40 percent.

    CPU Status (Data)

    Select to configure CPU utilization for data packets as a status indicator. Red denotes CPU utilization of 96-100 percent, yellow is for 70-95 percent, and green is for 0-69 percent.

    CPU Status (DataCores)

    Select to configure CPU utilization for data cores as a status indicator. Red denotes CPU utilization of 1-5 cores, yellow is for 6-9 cores, and green is for 10-21 cores.

    Note: A core represents a single CPU unit and multiple cores on a chip often share a memory bus or I/O bus. Virtual processor is a way to optimize the use of a core by permitting more threads to execute on the same core, while one thread is awaiting a memory or bus operation. Cores are an accurate metric of actual performance, as the VP’s optimization is not constant, but depends on the workload.

    NPU Allocation Failure

    Select to configure network processing unit (NPU) allocation failures as a health status indicator. Red represents a failure, and green represents no failures.

    DP Allocation Failure

    Select to configure allocation failures in data plane as a health status marker in the template. Red represents a failure, and green represents no failures.

    Service PIC Status

    Select to configure the status of services PICs, such as adaptive or multiservices PICs. Red represents a failure, and green represents no failures.

    Egress Interface Status

    Select to configure the status of egress interfaces for services applications. Red represents a failure, and green represents no failures.

  10. On the TLB tab, define the KPI settings for the adaptive delivery controller (ADC) service. Fill in the fields under this tab as indicated in the following table:

    Table 2: TLB Tab

    Field

    Description

    TLB KPIs

    Select to enable configuration of KPIs for traffic load balancer (TLB).

    RI Composite Next Hop Status

    Select to configure the TLB routing instance composite next-hop status. Red is displayed if next-hop is not available, and green is displayed if next-hop is available.

    Real Servers Status

    Select to configure status of real servers. Red denotes 31-100 percent of real servers are used, yellow denotes 5-30 percent of real servers are utilized, and green denotes 0-4 percent of total real servers are utilized. Servers are configured to be available for hash-based, next-hop session distribution.

    CPU Status(%)

    Select to configure CPU status for as a status indicator. Red denotes CPU status of 91-100 percent, yellow is for 60-90 percent, and green is for 0-59 percent.

    Service PIC Status

    Select to configure the status of services PICs, such as adaptive or multiservices PICs. Red represents a failure, and green represents no failures.

    Egress Interface Status

    Select to configure the status of egress interfaces for services applications. Red represents a failure, and green represents no failures.

  11. On the CGNAT tab, define the KPI settings for the adaptive delivery controller (ADC) service. Fill in the fields under this tab as indicated in the following table:

    Table 3: CGNAT Tab

    Field

    Description

    CGNAT KPIs

    Select to enable configuration of KPIs for carrier-grade NAT (CGNAT) services.

    CPU Status(%)

    Select to configure CPU status for as a status indicator. Red denotes CPU status of 81-100 percent, yellow is for 60-80 percent, and green is for 0-59 percent.

    Packet Drop Status)

    Select to configure packet drop probability. Red denotes one or more packets are dropped, and green denotes no packet drops.

    Memory Status(%)

    Select to configure the working status of memory. Red denotes 0-30 percent of efficiency, yellow denotes 31-60 percent of efficiency, and green denotes 61-100 percent of efficiency.

    NAT Pool Status(%)

    Select to configure utilization of NAt address pools utilization. Red denotes 96-100 percent of utilization, yellow denotes 85-95 percent of utilization , and green denotes 0-84 percent of utilization .

    Service PIC Status

    Select to configure the status of services PICs, such as adaptive or multiservices PICs. Red represents a failure, and green represents no failures.

    CPU Utilization(%)

    Select to configure CPU utilization for control packets as a status indicator. Red denotes CPU utilization of 30-00 percent, yellow is for 20-29 percent, and green is for 0-10 percent.

  12. On the SFW tab, define the KPI settings for the adaptive delivery controller (ADC) service. Fill in the fields under this tab as indicated in the following table:

    Table 4: SFW Tab

    Field

    Description

    SFW KPIs

    Select to enable configuration of KPIs for stateful firewall services.

    CPU Status(%)

    Select to configure CPU status for as a status indicator. Red denotes CPU status of 81-100 percent, yellow is for 60-80 percent, and green is for 0-59 percent.

    Packet Drop Status

    Select to configure packet drop probability. Red denotes one or more packets are dropped, and green denotes no packet drops.

    Memory Status(%)

    Select to configure the working status of memory. Red denotes 0-30 percent of efficiency, yellow denotes 31-60 percent of efficiency, and green denotes 61-100 percent of efficiency.

    NAT Pool Status(%)

    Select to configure utilization of NAt address pools utilization. Red denotes 96-100 percent of utilization, yellow denotes 85-95 percent of utilization , and green denotes 0-84 percent of utilization .

    Service PIC Status

    Select to configure the status of services PICs, such as adaptive or multiservices PICs. Red represents a failure, and green represents no failures.

  13. On the Chassis tab, define the KPI settings for the adaptive delivery controller (ADC) service. Fill in the fields under this tab as indicated in the following table:

    Table 5: Chassis Tab

    Field

    Description

    Chassis KPIs

    Select to enable configuration of KPIs for chassis operations.

    Chassis Level KPIs

    Select to enable configuration of KPIs for chassis-level processes and parameters.

    Power Supply Failure

    Select to configure failure of power supplies as a status marker. Red denotes a failure, and green denotes no failure.

    Fan Failure

    Select to configure failure of fans as a status marker. Red denotes a failure, and green denotes no failure.

    FRU Failure

    Select to configure failure of FRUs as a status marker. Red denotes a failure, and green denotes no failure.

    Over Temperature

    Select to configure temperature of chassis as a metric. Red denotes 95-100 percent of over temperature condition, yellow denotes 80-94 percent, and green denotes 0-70 percent.

    CPU Utilization(%)

    Select to configure CPU utilization of the chasiss as a metric. Red denotes 95-100 percent of CPU usage, yellow denotes 80-94 percent, and green denotes 0-70 percent.

    Memory Status(%)

    Select to configure the percentage of memory used by the entire chassis. If this number exceeds 80 percent, you might experience a software problem (memory leak). Red denotes 95-100 percent of usage, yellow denotes 80-94 percent, and green denotes 0-70 percent.

    Slot Level KPIs

    Select to enable configuration of KPIs for slot-based processes and parameters.

    RE Tab

    RE

    Select to configure Routing Engine characteristics.

    Temperature

    Select to configure temperature of Routing Engines as a metric. Red denotes 95-100 percent of over temperature condition, yellow denotes 80-94 percent, and green denotes 0-70 percent.

    CPU Utilization(%)

    Select to configure CPU utilization of Routing Engines as a metric. Red denotes 95-100 percent of CPU usage, yellow denotes 80-94 percent, and green denotes 0-70 percent.

    Memory(Heap)

    Select to configure the percentage of heap space (dynamic memory) being used by the Routing Engine . If this number exceeds 80 percent, you might experience a software problem (memory leak). Red denotes 95-100 percent of usage, yellow denotes 80-94 percent, and green denotes 0-70 percent.

    Buffer

    Select to configure the percentage of buffer memory space being used by the Routing Engine processor for buffering internal messages. Red denotes 95-100 percent of usage, yellow denotes 80-94 percent, and green denotes 0-70 percent.

    Service PIC Tab

    Service PIC (MS-DPC)

    Select to configure service PIC characteristics.

    Temperature

    Select to configure temperature of service PIC as a metric. Red denotes 95-100 percent of over temperature condition, yellow denotes 80-94 percent, and green denotes 0-70 percent.

    CPU Utilization(%)

    Select to configure CPU utilization of services PICs as a metric. Red denotes 95-100 percent of CPU usage, yellow denotes 80-94 percent, and green denotes 0-70 percent.

    Memory(Heap)

    Select to configure the percentage of heap space (dynamic memory) being used by the services PICs. If this number exceeds 80 percent, you might experience a software problem (memory leak). Red denotes 95-100 percent of usage, yellow denotes 80-94 percent, and green denotes 0-70 percent.

    Buffer

    Select to configure the percentage of buffer memory space being used by the service PICs for buffering internal messages. Red denotes 95-100 percent of usage, yellow denotes 80-94 percent, and green denotes 0-70 percent.

    Packet Drop Status)

    Select to configure packet drop probability. Red denotes one or more packets are dropped, and green denotes no packet drops.

    FPC Tab

    FPC

    Select to configure FPC characteristics.

    Temperature

    Select to configure temperature of the FPC as a metric. Red denotes 95-100 percent of over temperature condition, yellow denotes 80-94 percent, and green denotes 0-70 percent.

    CPU Utilization(%)

    Select to configure CPU utilization of FPCs as a metric. Red denotes 95-100 percent of CPU usage, yellow denotes 80-94 percent, and green denotes 0-70 percent.

    Memory(Heap)

    Select to configure the percentage of heap space (dynamic memory) being used by the FPCs. If this number exceeds 80 percent, you might experience a software problem (memory leak). Red denotes 95-100 percent of usage, yellow denotes 80-94 percent, and green denotes 0-70 percent.

    Buffer

    Select to configure the percentage of buffer memory space being used by the FPCs for buffering internal messages. Red denotes 95-100 percent of usage, yellow denotes 80-94 percent, and green denotes 0-70 percent.

  14. On the HA tab, define the KPI settings for the high availability service. Fill in the fields under this tab as indicated in the following table:

    Table 6: HA Tab

    Field

    Description

    HA KPIs

    Select to enable configuration of KPIs for high availability services.

    SDG Status

    Select to specify the status of SDGs. Red denotes a failure, and green indicates no failure.

    BGP Advertising

    Select to configure packet drops during BGP advertisements. Red denotes a packet drop, and green denotes no packet drops.

    VRRP Status

    Select to configure the status of Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP). Red denotes a failure, and green indicates no failure.

    CGNAT SFW HA Status

    Select to configure inter-chassis high availability status of carrier-grade NAT. Red denotes a failure, and green indicates no failure.

    CGNAT Route Status

    Select to configure the status of routes in CGNAT. Red denotes a failure, and green indicates no failure.

    ADC VIP Route Status

    Select to configure the status of routes in the ADC virtual server. Red denotes a failure, and green indicates no failure.

    TLB RI Route Status

    Select to configure the route status in a TLB routing instance. Red denotes a failure, and green indicates no failure.

  15. Click Save to save the template definition for the different service types.