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SRC Performance Traps

 

The following SRC performance trap tables are available:

SAE Performance Traps

Table 12 lists the performance traps for the SAE.

Table 12: Performance Traps–SAE

 

 

 

Alarm Threshold Levels (default values)

 

 

Trap Event

Trap ID

Text Displayed

Critical

Major

Minor

Interval (sec)

R/AV

saeHeapUsed

1

$S:SAE:$D% of Java VM heap is in use. This $L the threshold of

$T %.:$A

95

90

80

60

AV

saeLogins

2

$S:SAE:During the last $Ps, $D logins occurred. This $L the threshold of $T logins.:$A

2000

1000

400

60

R

saeLogouts

3

$S:SAE:During the last $Ps, $D logouts occurred. This $L the threshold of $T logouts.:$A

2000

1000

400

60

R

saeServiceActivations

4

$S:SAE:During the last $Ps, $D services were activated. This $L the threshold of $T service activations.:$A

2000

1000

500

60

R

saeServiceDeactivations

5

$S:SAE:During the last $Ps, $D services were deactivated. This $L the threshold of $T service deactivations.:$A

2000

1000

500

60

R

saeCurrentUsers

6

$S:SAE:The number of user sessions is $D. This $L the threshold of $T users sessions.:$A

18000

14000

12000

60

AV

saeUserNumberLicense

7

$S:SAE:$D% of the available licenses are in use. This $L the threshold of $T.:$A

99

95

90

60

AV

saeUserLicenseExpiry

8

$S:SAE:The SAE license is about to expire in $D days. This $L the threshold of $T.:$A

1

10

14

3500

AV

saeClientLicExpiry

12

$S:SAE:The client has consumed $D% of its available license. This $L the threshold of $T.:$A

90

70

40

900

AV

saeVtaFailQueueSize

14

{0}:SAE:The SAE VTA Fail Queue Size is {1} MB.

5000

3000

1000

120

AV

Accounting Performance Traps

Table 13 lists the performance traps for accounting.

Table 13: Performance Traps–Accounting

 

 

 

Alarm Threshold Levels (default values)

 

 

Trap Event

Trap ID

Text Displayed

Critical

Major

Minor

Interval (sec)

R/AV

saeAccInvalidServerAddresses

20

$S:SAE RADIUS Accounting Client:During the last $Ps, $D invalid server address errors occurred. This $L the threshold of $T invalid server address errors.:$A

5

2

1

60

R

saeAccRoundTripTime

21

$S:SAE RADIUS Accounting Client:The round trip message time is $Dms. This $L the threshold of $Tms.:$A

2250

1500

750

60

AV

saeAccRetransmissions

22

$S:SAE RADIUS Accounting Client:During the last $Ps, $D retransmissions occurred. This $L the threshold of $T retransmissions.:$A

5

2

1

60

R

saeAccMalformedResponses

23

$S:SAE RADIUS Accounting Client:During the last $Ps, $D malformed responses occurred. This $L the threshold of $T malformed responses.:$A

5

2

1

60

R

saeAccBadAuthenticators

24

$S:SAE RADIUS Accounting Client:During the last $Ps, $D bad authenticator error occurred. This $L the threshold of $T bad authenticators errors.:$A

5

2

1

60

R

saeAccPendingRequests

25

$S:SAE RADIUS Accounting Client:The number of pending requests is $D. This $L the threshold of $T pending requests:$A

50

25

10

60

AV

saeAccTimeouts

26

$S:SAE RADIUS Accounting Client:During the last $Ps, $D timeouts occurred. This $L the threshold of $T timeouts.:$A

30

20

10

60

R

saeAccUnknownTypes

27

$S:SAE RADIUS Accounting Client:During the last $Ps, $D unknown type errors occurred. This $L the threshold of $T unknown type errors.:$A

30

20

10

60

R

saeAccPacketsDropped

28

$S:SAE RADIUS Accounting Client:During the last $Ps, $D packets were dropped. This $L the threshold of $T dropped packets.:$A

30

20

10

60

AV

Authentication Performance Traps

Table 14 lists the performance traps for authentication.

Table 14: Performance Traps–Authentication

 

 

 

Alarm Threshold Levels

(default values)

 

Trap Event

Trap ID

Text Displayed

Critical

Major

Minor

Interval(sec)

R/AV

saeAuthInvalidServerAddresses

40

$S:SAE RADIUS Authentication Client:During the last $Ps, $D invalid server address errors occurred. This $L the threshold of $T invalid server address errors.:$A

10

5

1

60

AV

saeAuthRoundTripTime

41

$S:SAE RADIUS Authentication Client:The round trip message time is $Dms. This $L the threshold of $Tms:$A

2250

1500

750

60

R

saeAuthAccessRetransmissions

42

$S:SAE RADIUS Authentication Client:During the last $Ps, $D retransmissions occurred. This $L the threshold of $T retransmissions.:$A

5

2

1

60

R

saeAuthMalformed

AccessResponses

43

$S:SAE RADIUS Authentication Client:During the last $Ps, $D malformed responses occurred. This $L the threshold of $T malformed responses.:$A

5

2

1

60

R

saeAuthBadAuthenticators

44

$S:SAE RADIUS Authentication Client:During the last $Ps, $D bad authenticators errors occurred. This $L the threshold of $T.:$A

5

2

1

60

 

saeAuthPendingRequests

45

$S:SAE RADIUS Authentication Client:The number of pending requests is $D. This $L the threshold of $T pending requests:$A

50

25

10

60

AV

saeAuthTimeouts

46

$S:SAE RADIUS Authentication Client:During the last $Ps, $D timeouts occurred. This $L the threshold of $T timeouts.:$A

5

2

1

60

R

saeAuthUnknownTypes

47

$S:SAE RADIUS Authentication Client:During the last $Ps, $D unknown type errors occurred. This $L the threshold of $T unknown type errors.:$A

5

2

1

60

R

saeAuthPacketsDropped

48

$S:SAE RADIUS Authentication Client:During the last $Ps, $D packets were dropped. This $L the threshold of $T dropped packets.:$A

5

2

1

60

R

NIC Performance Traps

Table 15 lists the performance traps for NIC.

Table 15: Performance Traps–NIC

   

Alarm Threshold Levels

(default values)

 

Trap Event

Trap ID

Text Displayed

Critical

Major

Minor

Interval(sec)

R/AV

nicHostReslvErrors

230

$S:NIC Host: During the last $Ps, the number of resolution errors that occurred is $D. This $L is the threshold of $T errors.:$A

10

5

1

60

R

nicHostAvgReslvTime

231

$S:NIC Host: During the last $Ps, the average time this NIC Host spent on resolutions is $Dms. This $L the threshold of $Tms.:$A

1000

500

250

60

R

Router Driver Performance Traps

Table 16 lists the performance traps for router drivers.

Table 16: Performance Traps–Router Drivers

 

 

 

Alarm Threshold Levels

(default values)

 

Trap Event

Trap ID

Text Displayed

Critical

Major

Minor

Interval(sec)

R/AV

routerMsgErrors

190

$S:SAE Router Driver ($juniSaeRouterClientId):During the last $Ps, $D router errors occurred. This $L the threshold of $T errors.:$A

10

5

1

60

R

routerMsgTimeouts

191

$S:SAE Router Driver ($juniSaeRouterClientId):During the last $Ps, $D router timeouts occurred. This $L the threshold of $T timeouts.:$A

10

5

1

60

R

routerAvgJobQTime

192

$S:SAE Router Driver ($juniSaeRouterClientId):During the last $Ps, the average time that incoming router messages waited to be processed is $Dms. This $L the threshold of $Tms.:$A

500

250

100

60

R

routerJobQLength

193

$S:SAE Router Driver ($juniSaeRouterClientId):The number of unprocessed incoming router messages is $D. This $L the threshold of $T messages.:$A

2500

500

100

60

AV

routerJobQAge

194

$S:SAE Router Driver ($juniSaeRouterClientId):The oldest unprocessed router message has been waiting for $Dms. This $L the threshold of $Tms.:$A

30000

10000

5000

60

AV

routerAvgAddTime

195

$S:SAE Router Driver ($juniSaeRouterClientId): During the last $Ps, the average time (in milliseconds) this router driver spent handling 'object added' notifications is $Dms. This $L the threshold of $Tms.:$A

1000

500

100

60

R

routerAvgChgTime

196

$S:SAE Router Driver ($juniSaeRouterClientId): During the last polling interval, the average time (in milliseconds) this router driver spent handling 'object changed' notifications is $Dms. This $L the threshold of $Tms.:$A

1000

500

100

60

R

routerAvgDelTime

197

$S:SAE Router Driver ($juniSaeRouterClientId): During the last polling interval, the average time (in milliseconds) this router driver spent handling 'object deleted' notifications is $Dms. This $L the threshold of $Tms.:$A

1000

500

100

60

R

routerStateOutOfSynch

198

{0}:SAE Router Driver:REMOVE DEC message timed out. ERX Router and the router driver are in inconsistent state. Either COPS connection bounce or SAE restart is required to trigger the sync request : {1}

50

10

1

30

AV

System Management Performance Traps

Table 17 lists the performance traps for system management event.

Table 17: Performance Traps–System Management Event

 

 

 

Alarm Threshold Levels

(default values)

 

Trap Event

Trap ID

Text Displayed

Critical

Major

Minor

Interval(sec)

R/AV

agentLdapLimitReached

113

$S: Ldap: The Ldap Limit has been reached: $D entries, during the last $Ps. This $L the threshold of $T entries.:$A.

100% of MAX

95% of MAX

90% of MAX

30

AV

Policy Engine Performance Traps

Table 18 lists the performance traps for policy engine.

Table 18: Performance Traps–Policy Engine

 

 

 

Alarm Threshold Levels

(default values)

 

Trap Event

Trap ID

Text Displayed

Critical

Major

Minor

Interval(sec)

R/AV

penAvgPGModProcTime

150

$S:Policy Engine:The average policy group modification processing time is $D ms. This $L the threshold of $T ms.:$A

200

500

1000

60

AV

penAvgICMModProcTime

151

$S:Policy Engine:The average interface classifier modification processing time is $D ms. This $L the threshold of $T ms.:$A

200

500

1000

60

AV

pdpErrors

152

$S:Policy Decision Point:During the last $Ps, $D errors occurred. This $L the threshold of $T PDP errors.:$A

10

5

1

30

R

SRC Redirector Performance Traps

Table 19 lists the performance traps for SRC redirector.

Table 19: Performance Traps–SRC Redirector

 

 

 

Alarm Threshold Levels

(default values)

 

Trap Event

Trap ID

Text Displayed

Critical

Major

Minor

Interval(sec)

R/AV

redirGBLimitReached

170

$S:SDX Redirector:During the last $Ps, the global bucket limit has been reached for $D times. This $L the threshold of $T times.:$A

3

2

1

900

R

SRC ACP Performance Traps

Table 20 lists the performance traps for the SRC-Admission Control Plug-In (SRC ACP) application.

Table 20: Performance Traps–SRC ACP

 

 

 

Alarm Threshold Levels

(default values)

 

Trap Event

Trap ID

Text Displayed

Critical

Major

Minor

Interval(sec)

R/AV

acpHeapUsed

280

$S:ACP:$D% of Java VM heap is in use. This $L the threshold of $T%.:$A

95%

90%

80%

60

AV

JPS Performance Traps

Table 21 lists the performance traps for the Juniper Policy Server (JPS).

Table 21: Performance Traps–JPS

 

 

 

Alarm Threshold Levels

(default values)

 

Trap Event

Trap ID

Text Displayed

Critical

Major

Minor

Interval(sec)

R/AV

jpsHeapUsed

250

$S:JPS:$D% of Java VM heap is in use. This $L the threshold of $T%.:$A

95%

90%

80%

60

AV

jpsCmtsAvgSyncTime

251

$S:JPS:During the last $Ps, the average time this JPS spent on CMTS synchronizations is $Dms. This $L the threshold of $Tms.:$A

900s

600s

200s

60

R

jpsCmtsAvgDecTime

252

$S:JPS:During the last $Ps, the average time the CMTS connection spent on successfully completed DEC/RPT transactions is $Dms. This $L the threshold of $Tms.:$A

3s

2s

1s

60

R

jpsMsgHdlrProcTime

253

$S:JPS:During the last $Ps, the average time the JPS message handler spent on message handling is $Dms. This $L the threshold of $Tms.:$A

10s

5s

2s

60

R

jpsMsgFlowProcTime

254

$S:JPS:During the last $Ps, the average time the JPS message flow spent on message handling is $Dms. This $L the threshold of $Tms.:$A

30s

15s

6s

60

R

jpsMsgFlow

DroppedMsgs

255

$S:JPS:During the last $Ps, the number of messages dropped by a JPS message flow is $D. This $L the threshold of $T.:$A

1000

100

1

60

R

Chassis Performance Traps

Table 22 lists the performance traps for chassis events.

Table 22: Performance Traps–Chassis

 

 

 

Alarm Threshold Levels

(default values)

 

Trap Event

Trap ID

Text Displayed

Critical

Major

Minor

Interval (sec)

R/AV

diskUsage

302

$S:diskUsage: directory (juniSdxDiskPath) uses up to (juniSdxDiskUsedPercentage) of disk space. This exceeded (THRESHOLD).:RAISE

95% of MAX

90% of MAX

80% of MAX

60

AV