CLI Commands : show

show
View information; see “Displaying Information Using Show Commands” on page 145 for details. Most are EXEC commands. There are many show commands described at the end of the appropriate sections. Additionally, there are special show arguments:
bootvar—Installed system images and boot parameters.
hosts—Hostname, DNS configuration, and static host mappings.
interfaces configured—Interface configurations.
memory—System memory usage.
running-config—Commands to recreate current running configuration.
stats cpu—CPU statistics.
users—Information about user logins.
version—Version information for current system image.
whoami—The identity and capabilities of the current user.
show version [concise]
Display version information for the currently running system; shows each field with a description. The concise variant fits it onto one line, in a form suitable for a bug report, etc.
show configuration
audit
files [<filename>]
full
running [full]
List the CLI commands needed to bring the state of a fresh system up to match the current persistent state of this system. A short header is included, containing the name and version number of the configuration, in a comment. Notes:
audit—Display settings for configuration change auditing.
files—If no filename is specified, display a list of configuration files in persistent storage. If filename is specified, display the commands to recreate the configuration in that file; only non-default commands are shown.
full—Same as show configuration but includes commands that set default values.
running—Same as show configuration except that it applies to the currently running configuration, rather than the active saved configuration.
Note! Commands that would set something to its default are not included—so this command on a fresh configuration produces no output, except the header.
Note! This does not include changes that have not yet been written to persistent storage.
show running-config [full]
The show running-config commands perform the same functions as the show configuration commands and are included for ease-of-use.

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