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show system resource-monitor summary

 

Syntax

Release Information

Command introduced in Junos OS Release 20.2R1 on MX Series routers.

Description

Display information about round-trip time load throttling for all line cards in the chassis.

Required Privilege Level

view

List of Sample Output

show system resource-monitor summary

Output Fields

Table 1 lists the output fields for the show system resource-monitor summary command. Output fields are listed in the approximate order in which they appear.

Table 1: show system resource-monitor summary Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

Throttle

Status of throttling of subscriber services and sessions when the utilization of memory resources exceeds the threshold levels: Enabled or Disabled.

Load Throttle

Status of load throttling of new subscriber logins based on round-trip time: Enabled or Disabled.

Heap Mem Threshold

Percentage of heap memory in use that represents the threshold for throttling subscribers and services.

IFL Counter Threshold

Percentage of filter counter memory in use that represents the threshold for throttling subscribers.

Round Trip Delay Threshold(ms)

Internal threshold value against which calculated delay times are evaluated for throttling subscribers and services.

Filter Counter Threshold

Percentage of filter counter memory in use that represents the threshold for throttling subscribers.

Expansion Threshold

Percentage of expansion memory in use that represents the threshold for throttling subscribers.

CoS Queue Threshold

Percentage of CoS queues in use that represents the threshold for throttling subscribers.

MFS Threshold

Used

Percentage of main file system memory in use that represents the threshold for throttling services. The Used values is how much of this memory is in use.

Slot #

Slot number in which the line card is installed.

Client allowed

Whether clients are currently allowed to connect:

  • Yes—Clients are allowed to connect.

  • No—Clients are not allowed to connect.

Service allowed

Whether services are currently allowed to be created for the subscriber:

  • Yes—Services are allowed to be created.

  • No—Services are not allowed to be created.

Heap memory used

In %

Number of bytes and percentage of heap memory in use on the line card.

Average Round-trip Delay(ms) (ms)

Average calculated round-trip delay followed by a value in parentheses, which is the interval over which the average is calculated.

Round-trip Delay(ms)

Current calculated round-trip delay. An asterisk indicates that the Max session rate allowed (%) is less than 100%. This means that subscriber throttling is active.

MAX session rate allowed(%)

Percentage of new subscriber sessions allowed per unit time. When this value is less than 100%, the Round-trip Delay field displays an asterisk.

Client denied

Number of new subscribers denied login.

Service denied

Number of new services denied completion because the throttle has been exceeded.

Performance Denial Client

Number of load-based client sessions denied completion because the throttle has been exceeded.

Performance Denial Service

Number of service sessions denied completion because the throttle has been exceeded.

IFL Denied

Number of logical interfaces that are not instantiated because the throttle has been exceeded.

Filter counter memory

used | %

Number of bytes or total percentage of memory in use for the firewall filter counter on the Packet Forwarding Engine.

IFL counter memory

used | %

Number of bytes or total percentage of memory in use for the logical interface counter on the Packet Forwarding Engine.

Expansion memory

used | %

Number of bytes or total percentage of memory in use for expansion memory on the Packet Forwarding Engine. Expansion memory is used when the memory allocated for next-hop and firewall filters is fully consumed.

PFE #

Number that identifies the Packet Forwarding Engine for which statistics are displayed.

Sample Output

show system resource-monitor summary

user@host> show system resource-monitor summary