Though the Cisco CSS does not provide a direct command to display the CPU usage on a per process basis, this can be achieved via the following commands from within the llama debug utility.
CSS# llama CSS(debug)# symbol-table load SPRITZ CSS(debug)# shell 1 1 spy CSS(debug)# shell 1 1 spyReport CSS(debug)# shell 1 1 spyStop CSS(debug)# symbol-table unload SPRITZ
A simple solution to High CPU Usage on a Cisco CSS
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