show chassis fpc (GNF)
show chassis fpc
Command introduced before Junos OS Release 7.4.
Display information about the Flexible PIC Concentrators (fpcs) assigned to the guest network function (GNF).
Required Privilege Level
List of Sample Output
Table 1 lists the output fields for the show chassis fpc command. Output fields are listed in the approximate order in which they appear.
Table 1: show chassis fpc Output Fields
Slot or Slot State
Slot number and state. The state can be one of the following conditions:
Temp (C) or Temperature
Temperature of the air passing by the FPC, in degrees Celsius or in both Celsius and Fahrenheit.
Total CPU Utilization (%)
Total percentage of CPU being used by the FPC's processor.
Interrupt CPU Utilization (%)
Of the total CPU being used by the FPC's processor, the percentage being used for interrupts.
1 min CPU utilization (%)
Information about the Routing Engine's CPU utilization in the past 1 minute.
5 min CPU utilization (%)
Information about the Routing Engine's CPU utilization in the past 5 minutes.
15 min CPU utilization (%)
Information about the Routing Engine's CPU utilization in the past 15 minutes.
Memory DRAM (MB)
Total DRAM, in megabytes, available to the FPC's processor.
Heap Utilization (%)
Percentage of heap space (dynamic memory) being used by the FPC's processor. If this number exceeds 80 percent, there might be a software problem (memory leak).
Note: On MX Series routers and EX Series switches in a broadband edge environment, heap utilization levels higher than 70 percent can affect unified ISSU, router stability, or scaling capability.
Buffer Utilization (%)
Percentage of buffer space being used by the FPC's processor for buffering internal messages.
GNF identifier associated with each FPC.
(pic-status output only) GNF identifier associated with each PIC.
user@router>show chassis fpc
Temp CPU Utilization(%) CPU Utilization(%) Memory Utilization(%) Slot State (C) Total Interrupt 1min 5min 15min DRAM(MB) Heap Buffer GNF 4 Online 42 20 0 19 19 19 3584 8 25 2 6 Online 46 12 0 11 11 11 3136 8 19 2