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    Monitoring the Configuration of Scheduler Profiles

    Purpose

    Display information about scheduler profiles. If you do not specify the scheduler profile name, data for all scheduler profiles is displayed.

    You can display the values that you configured using a QoS parameter for assured rate, shaping rate, and shared-shaping rate.

    Action

    To display information about all scheduler profiles:

    host1#show scheduler-profile
                shaping                     strict    
    scheduler    rate     burst   weight   priority   assured rate
    ---------   -------   -----   ------   --------   ------------
    default     <none>    32767     8         no      <none>
    wf100       128000    32767     20        no      75000
    spSV25      5000000   32767     40        no      64000
    videoHar    <none>    32767     8         no      hierarchical

    To display the number of times that a QoS profile references the scheduler profile:

    host1#show scheduler-profile brief
    scheduler-profile default referenced 39 times in qos-profiles
    scheduler-profile wf100 referenced 1 time in qos-profiles
    scheduler-profile spSV25 referenced 2 times in qos-profiles

    To display a list of QoS profiles that reference the scheduler profile:

    host1#show scheduler-profile references
    scheduler-profile default
      Referenced by QoS profiles:
        atm-default
        serial-default
        ethernet-default
        server-default
    scheduler-profile wf100
      Referenced by QoS profiles:
        ipV610
    scheduler-profile spSV25
      Referenced by QoS profiles:
        qospro25

    Meaning

    Table 1 lists the show scheduler-profile command output fields.

    Table 1: show scheduler-profile Output Fields

    Field Name

    Field Description

    scheduler

    Name of the scheduler profile

    shaping rate

    Maximum bandwidth, in bits per second, provided to a node or queue

    burst

    Catch-up number associated with the shaper

    weight

    HRR weight of a node or queue

    strict priority

    Status of strict priority, yes or no

    assured rate

    Desired bandwidth, in bits per second, provided to a node or queue, or the keyword, hierarchical, to indicate that HAR is used

    Referenced by QoS profiles

    QoS profiles that reference this profile

    Published: 2014-08-11