like i wrote in the title my question is as follows, is there a way to look at the cpu usage from a single cpu core?
I know that i can look at the proccesses with "sh proc cpu" and that there is a additional graph if i type "sh proc cpu history", but that just shows me the complete cpu and not a single core from that cpu.
It would be helpful to know how i can do this on a Catalyst 6500.
Thanks for your help.
sh proc cpu detailed
Will give you a breakdown of per-core loads on the route-processor. In the process the table, you will notice the third column 'C', I believe this denotes which core the process is running on.
Thanks for your Answer. I tested it on my c6500 with the supervisor engine 2T, it seems like this command dosen't exist on this one.
the version I'm running on is the 15.2(1). Do i have to use a newer version?
I checked the command on both IOS and IOS-XE, not sure why it isn't present on the 6500. I don't have one to hand to look at.
According to the command guide it should be supported: