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HP Routing/Switch baseline MIB's

Robert DeUmberto
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HP Routing/Switch baseline MIB's

I would like to track some baseline performance statistics on the HP9308. I have searched through the HP mib's looking for things like cpu load %, memory buffers or free memory, but haven't found what I am looking for. Can someone point me to the correct mib for this type of information or could someone suggest what they track to get a picture of how the unit is running.

Thanks,
Robert
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Ardon
Trusted Contributor

Re: HP Routing/Switch baseline MIB's

Hi Robert,

I will have the requested info available to you tomorrow (Wednesday October 26).

Thanks, Ardon
ProCurve Networking Engineer
Ardon
Trusted Contributor

Re: HP Routing/Switch baseline MIB's

OK here they are.

snAgGblCpuUtilData
fdry.1.1.2.1.35
Syntax: Gauge
Read only Shows the CPU utilization since the last time the same
command was given.

snAgGblCpuUtil1SecAvg
fdry.1.1.2.1.50
Syntax: Gauge
Read only Shows CPU utilization every one second.



snAgGblDynMemUtil
fdry.1.1.2.1.53
Syntax: Gauge
Read only Shows the dynamic memory utilization of the device in
percentage units.

snAgGblDynMemTotal
fdry.1.1.2.1.54
Syntax: Integer
Read only Shows the total amount of dynamic memory in a device in
number of bytes.

snAgGblDynMemFree
fdry.1.1.2.1.55
Syntax: Integer
Read only Shows the amount of system dynamic memory that is currently
available in number of bytes.

Hope this helps. All MIBS to compile can be found at http://www.hp.com/rnd/software/MIBs.htm

The order to compile is in the .exe file after you extract.

Hope this helps.

Thanks, Ardon
ProCurve Networking Engineer