I was playing around a little bit with the new ASR9901 running the 6.4 version and I noticed that the command "monitor interface XXX" which previously was showing the packet/byte rate is not available anymore. I have tried to lookup into the documentantion but the "Implementing Performance Management" doesn't list it anymore.
Does somebody know if there is another way to get that output on 6.4? It was pretty handy TBH...
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What type of interface are you looking at?
This is an output from a router with 6.4.2 and here you have input/output packet per second and kbyte (rate). It has been looking the same in previously releases also.
TenGigE0/0/0/0 is up, line protocol is up Encapsulation ARPA Traffic Stats:(2 second rates) Delta Input Packets: 2298903102 2233 Input pps: 898 Input Bytes: 2745217298817 2534894 Input Kbps (rate): 7423 ( 0%) Output Packets: 370872787 514 Output pps: 274 Output Bytes: 49181680080 69706 Output Kbps (rate): 296 ( 0%) Errors Stats: Input Total: 0 0 Input CRC: 0 0 Input Frame: 0 0 Input Overrun: 0 0 Output Total: 0 0 Output Underrun: 0 0 Quit='q', Freeze='f', Thaw='t', Clear='c', Interface='i', Next='n', Prev='p' Brief='b', Detail='d', Protocol(IPv4/IPv6)='r'
Thanks for checking, I am running 6.4.1 64bit on a 9901 platform and the command is not there for any type of interface...
RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:#monitor ? np np packet monitoring(cisco-support) processes Show process statistics threads Show thread statistics RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:#
It might be platform depending at this point.. or maybe the 64bit doesn't integrate that feature. On what device have you checked?
This is from a 9006 with 32bit ios-xr
RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router#monitor ? controller Display controller statistics interface Display interface statistics and errors np np packet monitoring(cisco-support) processes Show process statistics threads Show thread statistics RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:router#show version brief Thu Sep 20 10:43:41.975 CET Cisco IOS XR Software, Version 6.4.2[Default] Copyright (c) 2018 by Cisco Systems, Inc.
Checked an ios-xrv 9000 router and the monitor interface command exist there also.
So most likely it's a 64 bit issue where this feature is missing. Seems strange that a hardware platform would miss the function.