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show services flow-collector file interface

 

Syntax

Release Information

Command introduced before Junos OS Release 7.4.

Description

(M40e, M160, and M320 Series routers and T Series routers only) Display information about flow collector files.

Options

noneDisplay file information for all configured flow collector interfaces.
all | cp-fpc/pic/portDisplay file information for all configured flow collector interfaces or for the specified interface.
detail | extensive | terse(Optional) Display the specified level of output.

Additional Information

No entries are displayed for files that have been successfully transferred.

Required Privilege Level

view

List of Sample Output

show services flow-collector file interface extensive

Output Fields

Table 1 lists the output fields for the show services flow-collector file interface command. Output fields are listed in the approximate order in which they appear.

Table 1: show services flow-collector file interface Output Fields

Output Field

Output Field Description

Level of Output

Filename

Name of the file created on the flow collector interface.

All levels

Flows

Total number of collector flows for which records are present in the file.

none specified

Throughput

Throughput statistics:

  • Flow records—Number of flow records in the file.

    • per second—Average number of flow records per second.

    • peak per second—Peak number of flow records per second.

  • Uncompressed bytes—Total file size before compression.

    • per second—Average number of uncompressed bytes per second.

    • peak per second—Peak number of uncompressed bytes per second.

  • Compressed bytes—Total file size after compression.

    • per second—Average number of compressed bytes per second.

    • peak per second—Peak number of compressed bytes per second.

extensive

Status

File statistics:

  • Compressed blocks—(extensive output only) Data blocks in the file that have been compressed. The file is exported only when the compressed block count and block count become the same.

  • Block count—(extensive output only) Total number of data blocks in the file.

  • State—Processing state of the file.

    • Active—The flow collector interface is writing to the file.

    • Export 1—File export is in progress to the primary server.

    • Export 2—File export is in progress to the secondary server.

    • Wait—File is pending export.

    • Transfer attempts 0.—Number of attempts made to transfer the file. If the file is successfully transferred in the first attempt, this field is 0.

All levels

Sample Output

show services flow-collector file interface extensive

user@host> show services flow-collector file interface cp-3/2/0 extensive