Displays packet counts or dropped-traffic counts for each QoS profile on the specified stacking ports.
|stack_port_list||Specifies one or more stacking ports.|
|congestion||Specifies the display of packets dropped due to port congestion.|
|no-refresh||Specifies a static snapshot of data instead of the default dynamic display.|
|refresh||Specifies a continuous refresh of output.|
|port-number||Displays port number instead of display string in the output of the command.|
Displays packet counts in real-time.
If you do not specify a port number or range of ports, traffic counts appear for all ports.
The bottom line in the real-time display shows keys that you can press to change the display. For example, the space bar changes the display from packet counts and dropped-packet counts.
This command does not work properly if another CLI session is displaying congestion statistics in real time.
If you specify the no-refresh option, you see a snapshot of the data at the time you issued the command.
The dropped packet display is limited to the 8 most-significant digits.
When you display the packet counts for a port, this action configures the hardware to monitor that port. If the switch was previously configured to monitor a different port, the counters are reset for the new port. If the selected port is the last port displayed on the switch, the counters are not reset.
# show ports 2:1, 3:6 qosmonitor congestion QoS Monitor Req Summary Fri Apr 21 01:17:14 2017 Port QP1 QP2 QP3 QP4 QP5 QP6 QP7 QP8 Pkt Pkt Pkt Pkt Pkt Pkt Pkt Pkt Cong Cong Cong Cong Cong Cong Cong Cong ================================================================================ 2:1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3:6 8745 0 129 0 0 0 0 0 ================================================================================ > indicates Port Display Name truncated past 8 characters Spacebar->Toggle screen 0->Clear counters U->Page up D->Page down ESC->exit
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 22.3.
This command is available on ExtremeSwitching 5320, 5420, 5520, and 5720 series switches.