I am trying to understand the command show platform pm if-numbers
When do the command I get the follwing - I only grabbed two ports the rest are not shown
interface gid gpn lpn port slot unit slun port-type lpn-idb gpn-idb
Fa1/0/9 11 11 9 1/10 1 9 11 local Yes Yes
Fa2/0/9 65 65 9 1/10 2 9 11 remote No Yes
My question is if I understand what I read these ports are on asic 1 port 10.
Now I do the command
sh platform port-asic stats drop port 10 asic 1
I get the following output
Port-asic Port Drop Statistics - Summary ======================================== RxQueue 0 Drop Stats: 0 RxQueue 1 Drop Stats: 0 RxQueue 2 Drop Stats: 0 RxQueue 3 Drop Stats: 0
Port 0 TxQueue Drop Stats: 0 Port 1 TxQueue Drop Stats: 0 Port 2 TxQueue Drop Stats: 0 Port 3 TxQueue Drop Stats: 0 Port 4 TxQueue Drop Stats: 6429 Port 5 TxQueue Drop Stats: 326 Port 6 TxQueue Drop Stats: 6395 Port 7 TxQueue Drop Stats: 11 Port 8 TxQueue Drop Stats: 28501 Port 9 TxQueue Drop Stats: 7381 Port 10 TxQueue Drop Stats: 1991 Port 11 TxQueue Drop Stats: 575614 Port 12 TxQueue Drop Stats: 1479 Port 13 TxQueue Drop Stats: 32635 Port 14 TxQueue Drop Stats: 0 Port 15 TxQueue Drop Stats: 0 Port 16 TxQueue Drop Stats: 1173 Port 17 TxQueue Drop Stats: 1845 Port 18 TxQueue Drop Stats: 11 Port 19 TxQueue Drop Stats: 0 Port 20 TxQueue Drop Stats: 23726 Port 21 TxQueue Drop Stats: 13483 Port 22 TxQueue Drop Stats: 16511 Port 23 TxQueue Drop Stats: 2936 Port 24 TxQueue Drop Stats: 5514 Port 25 TxQueue Drop Stats: 2772
I believe that the output from "show platform pm if-numbers" aggregates output from each switch, but some other "show platform" commands must be run directly on the switch in question. Note that each switch in the stack still has it's own ASICs/ports (and the numbers are identical/reused). So in your output above your port Fa1/0/9 is on ASIC 1 of switch1, and your port Fa2/0/9 is on ASIC 1 of switch 2.
So if you want to see portspecific info for FA1/0/9, your command would work:
SWITCH# sh platform port-asic stats drop port 10 asic 1
Then to see the counters for Fa2/0/9, which is on switch 2, try this:
SWITCH# session 2
SWITCH-2# sh platform port-asic stats drop port 10 asic 1
Or this should work as well:
SWITCH# remote command 2 sh platform port-asic stats drop port 10 asic 1
I don't pretend to be a hardware guru, so take with a grain of salt!
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