show rmon topN (S-, K-Series)

Use this command to displays RMON TopN properties and statistics.


show rmon topN [index]


index (Optional) Displays RMON properties and statistics for a specific entry index ID.


If index is not specified, information about all entries will be displayed.


All command modes.


TopN monitoring prepares tables that describe the hosts topping a list ordered by one of their statistics. TopN lists are samples of one of the hosts base statistics over a specific interval.


This example displays RMON TopN properties and statistics for index 1:

System(rw)->show rmon topN 1
Index  1
HostIndex      = 1
Owner          = monitor
Status         = valid
Rate Base      = InPkts
Duration       = 0
Start Time     = (time = 0)
Time Remaining = 0
Requested Size = 10
Granted Size   = 10

show rmon topN Output Details provides an explanation of the command output. Properties are set using the set rmon topN properties command as described in set rmon topN properties (S-, K-Series).

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show rmon topN Output Details

Output... What it displays...
Index Index number for this event entry. Each entry defines one top N report prepared for one interface.
Status Whether this event entry is enabled (valid) or disabled.
Owner Text string identifying who configured this entry.
Start Time System up time when this report was last started.
HostIndex Index number of the host table for which this top N report will be prepared.
Rate Base Type of counter (and corresponding integer value) activated with this entry: as InPackets (1), OutPackets (2), InOctets (3), OutOctets (4), OutErrors (5), Broadcast packets (6), or Multicast packets (7).
Duration Collection time (in seconds) for this report.
Time Remaining Collection time left for this report if still in progress.
Requested Size Maximum number of hosts requested for the top N table.
Granted Size Actual maximum number of hosts in the top N table. Depending on system resources, this may differ from the Requested Size value.
Rate Amount of change in the counter type (InPackets, OutPackets, etc.) during the sampling interval.
Address MAC address of the host.