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pbzijerveld
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VCS CLI command for active use of licenses

Hi All,

Is there a CLI command that displays the current license use of the VCS? in call, peak and maximum.

Thanks!

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You can do

echo "xStatus ResourceUsage" | tsh

from the root prompt, which will yield the following output:

~ # echo "xStatus ResourceUsage" | tsh

Welcome to

TANDBERG VCS Release X7

SW Release Date: 2012-

OK

*s ResourceUsage:

     Calls:

       Traversal:

         Current: 0

         Max: 1

         Total: 2

       NonTraversal:

         Current: 0

         Max: 1

         Total: 2

     Registrations:

       Current: 0

       Max: 2

       Total: 3

*s/end

OK

~ #

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awinter2
Rising star

Hi Pieter,

the 'xStatus ResourceUsage' command will give you this information (When run from an admin SSH session):

xStatus ResourceUsage

*s ResourceUsage:

     Calls:

       Traversal:

         Current: 0

         Max: 1

         Total: 2

       NonTraversal:

         Current: 0

         Max: 1

         Total: 2

     Registrations:

       Current: 0

       Max: 2

       Total: 3

*s/end

Thanks Andreas,

Is there a way to request this information from the root SSH session without using the tshell?

or is there a way to run the command like "tshell xStatus ResourceUsage" ?

You can do

echo "xStatus ResourceUsage" | tsh

from the root prompt, which will yield the following output:

~ # echo "xStatus ResourceUsage" | tsh

Welcome to

TANDBERG VCS Release X7

SW Release Date: 2012-

OK

*s ResourceUsage:

     Calls:

       Traversal:

         Current: 0

         Max: 1

         Total: 2

       NonTraversal:

         Current: 0

         Max: 1

         Total: 2

     Registrations:

       Current: 0

       Max: 2

       Total: 3

*s/end

OK

~ #

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To be honest, I would recomend not to use root for such cases, as you want to keep the root access quite limted.

(the root user or a script that uses it can really damage the vcs).

The admin user and ssh is one way, the other is to create a new user with read access for the api and use a web script

to get the data out. Works great for us!

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Hi Martin,

It's not my favourite either, but i have some Phython skills, so i thought it was a good beginning . I am looking at the cisco support site for API documentation, but cannot seem to find it. Are there specific doc's i can use?

Thanks!

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