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    bulkstats schema subtree qos

    Syntax

    bulkstats schema schemaIndex subtree qos [ subtreelist qosList [ qosList ]*| export-summarized-stats ]

    no bulkstats schema schemaIndex

    Release Information

    Command introduced in JunosE Release 11.1.0.

    Description

    Configures the bulk statistics schema to collect QoS statistics and configuration information on egress queues belonging to different interface types. The no version removes the schema.

    Options

    • schemaIndex—Identifier for the schema in the range 1–65535
    • qosList—Select one of the following queue attributes:
      • aggregate-drop-rate—Configures QoS schema to export the average drop rate within the rate-period specified in the statistics profile of the egress queue
      • all—Configures QoS schema to export all statistics; this is the default option
      • assured-rate—Configures QoS schema to export the assured rate attribute
      • burst—Configures QoS schema to export the burst attribute
      • byte-adjustment-bytes—Configures QoS schema to export the number of bytes configured for the byte-adjustment application, if the byte-adjustment application is enabled on the queue
      • byte-adjustment-type—Configures QoS schema to export the type of byte-adjustment, if byte-adjustment application is enabled on the queue
      • drop-profile—Configures QoS schema to export the drop profile name associated with the queue
      • forwarded-bytes—Configures QoS schema to export the number of bytes forwarded from the queue
      • forwarded-packets—Configures QoS schema to export the number of forwarded packets from the queue
      • forwarded-rate—Configures QoS schema to export the average forwarded rate within the rate period specified on the statistics profile of the queue
      • green-dropped-bytes—Configures QoS schema to export the number of bytes of green traffic that was dropped on this queue
      • green-dropped-packets—Configures QoS schema to export the number of packets of green traffic that was dropped on this queue
      • parent-shaping-rate—Configures QoS schema to export the shaping rate enabled on the parent interface in the scheduling hierarchy
      • parent-shared-shaping-rate—Configures QoS schema to export the shared shaping rate enabled on the parent interface in the scheduling hierarchy
      • parent-weight—Configures QoS schema to export the aggregate weight of the parent interface
      • queue-length—Configures QoS schema to export the queue length attribute
      • queue-profile—Configures QoS schema to export the queue profile name
      • red-dropped-bytes—Configures QoS schema to export the number of bytes of red traffic that was dropped on the queue
      • red-dropped-packets—Configures QoS schema to export the number of red packets that was dropped on the queue
      • RED-enabled—Configures QoS schema to verify whether the Random Early Detect (RED) option is enabled on the queue
      • scheduler-profile—Configures QoS schema to export the scheduler profile name
      • shaping-mode—Configures QoS schema to export the shaping mode attribute
      • shaping-rate—Configures QoS schema to export the shaping rate attribute
      • shared-shaping-mode—Configures QoS schema to export the shared shaping mode attribute
      • shared-shaping-rate—Configures QoS schema to export the shared shaping rate attribute
      • statistics-profile—Configures QoS schema to export the statistics profile name
      • weight—Configures QoS schema to export the weight assigned to the queue
      • yellow-dropped-bytes—Configures QoS schema to export the number of bytes of yellow traffic that was dropped on the queue
      • yellow-dropped-packets—Configures QoS schema to export the number of yellow packets that were dropped on the queue
    • export-summarized-stats—Exports the summarized QoS rate statistics over each S-VLAN or ATM VP (virtual path)
    • *—Indicates that one or more parameters can be repeated multiple times in a list in the command line

    Mode

    Global Configuration

    Published: 2014-08-14