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Thread: get VSX throughput by CLI

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    Default get VSX throughput by CLI

    I am looking for the best way to obtain network throughput on VSX , per phy interface or per VS (CLI) . I know I can do below , but this only works for VS0

    [Expert@VSX-1:0]# cpview -p | grep 'Bits/sec' | awk '{print $3}'
    Is there a way to do it without switching to each VS ?

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    Default Re: get VSX throughput by CLI

    sure, figure out the table schema then pipe the sql commands you want into a shell script. Database is /var/log/CPView_db or something like that.

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