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threshold

threshold

controlpath-cpu <value>

controlpath-memory <value>

datapath-cpu <value>

no-of-APs <value>

no-of-locals <value>

total-tunnel-capacity <value>

user-capacity <value>

no

Description

This command configures managed device capacity thresholds which, when exceeded, trigger alerts.

Syntax

Parameter

Description

Range

Default

controlpath-cpu <value>

Sets an alert threshold, in percentage, for the control path CPUCentral Processing Unit. A CPU is an electronic circuitry in a computer for processing instructions. capacity that must be exceeded before the alert is sent.

0-100%

80%

controlpath-memory <value>

Sets an alert threshold, in percentage, for the control path memory consumption that must be exceeded before the alert is sent.

0-100%

85%

datapath-cpu <value>

Sets an alert threshold, in percentage, for the datapath CPUCentral Processing Unit. A CPU is an electronic circuitry in a computer for processing instructions. capacity that must be exceeded before the alert is sent.

0-100%

30%

no-of-APs <value>

The maximum number of APs that can be connected to a managed device is determined by that managed device’s model type and installed licenses. Use this command to trigger an alert when the number of APs currently connected to the managed device exceeds a specific percentage of its total AP capacity.

0-100%

80%

no-of-locals <value>

Sets an alert threshold, in percentage, for the Mobility Master's capacity to support managed devices that must be exceeded before the alert is sent.

0-100%

80%

total-tunnel-capacity <value>

Sets an alert threshold, in percentage, for the managed device’s tunnel capacity that must be exceeded before the alert is sent.

0-100%

80%

user-capacity <value>

Sets an alert threshold, in percentage, for the managed device’s user capacity that must be exceeded before the alert is sent.

0-100%

80%

Usage Guidelines

The managed device sends a wlsxThresholdExceeded SNMP trap and a syslog error message when the managed device has exceeded a set percentage of the total capacity for that resource. A wlsxThresholdCleared SNMP trap and error message will be triggered if the resource usage drops below the threshold once again.

Example

The following command configures a new alert threshold for controlpath memory consumption:

(host) [mynode] (config) #threshold datapath-cpu 90

If this threshold is exceeded then subsequently drops below the 90% threshold, the managed device would send the following two syslog error messages.

Mar 10 13:13:58 nanny[1393]: <399816> <ERRS> |nanny| Resource 'Control-Path Memory' has gone above 90% threshold, value : 93

Mar 10 13:16:58 nanny[1393]: <399816> <ERRS> |nanny| Resource 'Control-Path Memory' has come below 90% threshold, value : 87

Related Commands

Command

Description

show threshold

Displays the managed device capacity thresholds which, when exceeded, triggers alerts.

Command History

Release

Modification

ArubaOS 8.0.0.0

Command introduced.

Command Information

Platforms

Licensing

Command Mode

All platforms

Base operating system.

Config mode on Mobility Master.

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