This command is used to display ONVL high priority packets such as LACP, LLDP, ARP, and STP. This is useful when you want to see how the packet queues are used, and troubleshoot ONVL based on this information.

Syntax   nv-queue-stats-show

time date/time: yyyy-mm-ddThh:mm:ss

The time to start the statistic collection.

start-time date/time: yyyy-mm-ddThh:mm:ss

The start time of to statistic collection.

end-time date/time: yyyy-mm-ddThh:mm:ss

The end time of statistic collection.

duration duration: #d#h#m#s

The duration of statistic collection.

interval duration: #d#h#m#s

The interval between statistic collection.


The statistics collected since the start time.

older-than duration: #d#h#m#s

The statistics older than the initial time.

within-last duration: #d#h#m#s

The statistics collected within the last time.

name nv-queue-stats-list name

Name of the queue.

q-high q-high-number

Specify to display the highest count in queue.

q-low q-low-number

Specify to display the lowest count in queue.

q-max q-max-number

Specify to display the maximum queue size.

q-in q-in-number

Specify to display the number of items inserted into queue

q-out q-out-number

Specify to display the number of items removed from queue.

q-delay-high high resolution time: #ns

Specify to display the highest delay from insertion to removal from the queue.

q-delay-samples q-delay-samples-number

The number of delay samples queue.

q-delay-avg high resolution time: #ns

The average sampled delay from insertion to removal.

q-overflow q-overflow-number

Specifies if insertion failed because queue was full.

q-underflow q-underflow-number

Specifies that the allocation failed because queue was empty.

Defaults   None

Access   CLI


Version 2.2.5

Command introduced.

Version 2.3.1

The parameters q-delay-avg, q-overflow, and q-underflow added.

Usage   Use this command to modify the statistics collection settings for packet queues.

Examples  To disable statistics collection for ONVL packet queues, use the following syntax:

CLI (network-admin@switch) > nv-queue-stats-show

switch     name                         q-high q-in  q-out q-delay-high q-delay-avg q-overflow q-underflow 

---------- ---------------------------- ------ ----- ----- ------------ ----------- ---------- ----------- 

switch     eventq-droppable-0           0      0     0     0.00ns       0.00ns      0          0           

switch     eventq-droppable-1           1      7648  7648  0.00ns       12.0ns      0          0           

switch     eventq-droppable-2           0      31    31    0.00ns       3.44us      0          0           

switch     eventq-droppable-3           0      17    17    0.00ns       8.44us      0          0           

switch     eventq-droppable-cache       512    7696  7696  0.00ns       0.00ns      0          0           

switch     l2-update-droppable-0        0      0     0     0.00ns       0.00ns      0          0           

switch     l2-update-droppable-1        0      0     0     0.00ns       0.00ns      0          0           

switch     l2-update-droppable-2        0      105   105   0.00ns       2.89us      0          0           

switch     l2-update-droppable-3        2      8367  8367  6.02us       9.00ns      0          0