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show process cpu history command not in XR-OS (ASR 9K)

Hi,

  how to check the cpu history for last 72 hours in ASR 9K.

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Cisco Employee

Not in the ascii graph style

Not in the ascii graph style that was available on classic IOS. However, you can monitor the progression of CPU utilisation on the terminal window by running the "top" command. It may come handy to run it with "dumbtty" option, depending on how you prefer to see the output.

hth,

/Aleksandar

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Cisco Employee

This is not available from

This is not available from IOS XR CLI. Most service providers use SNMP (or in very recent releases Telemetry) to graph the CPU utilisation.

A good reference for monitoring CPU via SNMP: https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-18746

/Aleksandar

Beginner

Hi Alex,

Hi Alex,

Thanks for confirmation. Is their any other way to get the cpu History in the router itself.

Cisco Employee

Not in the ascii graph style

Not in the ascii graph style that was available on classic IOS. However, you can monitor the progression of CPU utilisation on the terminal window by running the "top" command. It may come handy to run it with "dumbtty" option, depending on how you prefer to see the output.

hth,

/Aleksandar

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Beginner

Thanks Alex

Thanks Alex

Beginner

Re: This is not available from

Back to the stone ages.... They want us to  use GUI's but we don't want to use GUI to keep control. All these fine and great troubleshoot tools are gone but most of use now don't have a clue what is going on the network without these tools. why because it's not real time. 

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