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  • 1.  Show chassis routing-engine command

    Posted 12-09-2017 16:03

    Hi everyone

     

    When we use the command show below, we see " USER" ,  what does USER mean below?

    user@host> show chassis routing-engine

    Routing Engine status:
        Temperature                 38 degrees C / 100 degrees F
        CPU temperature             36 degrees C / 96 degrees F
        Total memory               512 MB Max   435 MB used ( 85 percent)
          Control plane memory     344 MB Max   296 MB used ( 86 percent)
          Data plane memory        168 MB Max   138 MB used ( 82 percent)
        CPU utilization:
          User                       8 percent
          Background                 0 percent
          Kernel                     4 percent
          Interrupt                  0 percent
          Idle                      88 percent

     

    Thanks and have a nice weekend



  • 2.  RE: Show chassis routing-engine command
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    Posted 12-09-2017 19:34

    It is about the user processes i.e. RPD Check other details of the command here https://www.juniper.net/documentation/en_US/junos/topics/reference/command-summary/show-chassis-routing-engine.html

     

    User—Percentage of CPU time being used by user processes.



  • 3.  RE: Show chassis routing-engine command

    Posted 12-10-2017 12:23

    Hi,

     

    CPU utilization

    Information about the Routing Engine's CPU utilization:

    • User—Percentage of CPU time being used by user processes.
    • Background—Percentage of CPU time being used by background processes.
    • Kernel—Percentage of CPU time being used by kernel processes.
    • Interrupt—Percentage of CPU time being used by interrupts.
    • Idle—Percentage of CPU time that is idle.


  • 4.  RE: Show chassis routing-engine command

     
    Posted 12-19-2017 22:10

    Hi Folks,

    Just my 2 cents on this..

     

    [M/MX/T-series] Troubleshooting Checklist - Routing Engine High CPU is a good one…

     

    https://kb.juniper.net/InfoCenter/index?page=content&id=KB26261

     

    To do some analysis, capture the data equivalent to “show system process extensive” from router shell and analyze the behavior…

     

    5 Days with snapshot for every 5 seconds

    top -s 5 -d 86400 -n 100 >> /var/tmp/top.txt &

     

    2 Days with snapshot for every 5 seconds

    top -s 5 -d 34560 -n 100 >> /var/tmp/top.txt &

     

    24 HOURS with snapshot for every seconds

    top -s 1 -d 86400 -n 100 >> /var/tmp/top.txt &

     

    24 HOURS with snapshot for every 5 seconds

    top -s 5 -d 17280 -n 100 >> /var/tmp/top.txt &

     

    1 HOUR with snapshot for every seconds

    top -s 1 -d 3600 -n 100 >> /var/tmp/top.txt &

     

    1 HOUR with snapshot for every 5 seconds

    top -s 5 -d 720 -n 100 >> /var/tmp/top.txt &