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show system security-profile scheduler

 

Syntax

Release Information

Statement introduced in Junos OS Release 11.2.

The tenant option is added in Junos OS Release 18.3R1.

Description

Displays the number of schedulers that the user logical system administrators and master logical system administrators can configure for their logical systems if the security profile is bound to the logical systems. The existing show command for the security-profile scheduler is enhanced with tenant support.

Options

  • detail—Displays the detailed output.

  • logical-system—Displays the name of the logical system.

  • root-logical-system—Displays root logical system as default.

  • summary—Displays the summary output.

  • tenant—Displays the name of the tenant system.

  • terse—Displays the terse output.

Required Privilege Level

view

Related Documentation

List of Sample Output

show system security-profile scheduler

show system security-profile scheduler detail

show system security-profile scheduler summary

show system security-profile scheduler terse

show system security-profile scheduler tenant all

Output Fields

Table 1 lists the output fields for the show system security-profile scheduler command. Output fields are listed in the approximate order in which they appear.

Table 1: show security-profile scheduler Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

logical-system tenant name

Name of the logical system or tenant system name.

security profile name

Name of the security profile bound to the logical system or tenant system.

usage/used amount

Number of resources that are currently being used.

reserved amount

Number of resources that are guaranteed to be available to the logical system or the tenant system.

maximum quota

Number of resources that the logical system or the tenant system can use. The maximum does not guarantee that the amount specified for the resource in the security profile is available. The maximum is not applicable for CPU resources.

global maximum quota

If a logical system or the tenant system requires more of a resource than its reserved amount allows, it can utilize resources configured for the global maximum amount if they are available—that is, if they are not allocated to other logical systems or tenant system.

global available amount

Number of resources available across all the logical systems or tenant system.

total logical systems/tenants

Total number of logical systems and tenant systems.

heaviest usage/user

Using the most security log streams with the detailed number.

lightest usage/user

Using the least security log streams with the detailed number.

total security profiles

Total number of the resources configured for the security profile.

global used amount

Number of resources used across all the logical systems or tenant systems.

Sample Output

show system security-profile scheduler

root@host> show system security-profile scheduler

Sample Output

show system security-profile scheduler detail

root@host> show system security-profile scheduler detail

Sample Output

show system security-profile scheduler summary

root@host> show system security-profile scheduler summary

Sample Output

show system security-profile scheduler terse

root@host> show system security-profile scheduler terse

Sample Output

show system security-profile scheduler tenant all

root@host> show system security-profile scheduler tenant all