caiyan
Contributor
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monitor nsx edge process and service

Any one know how to monitor nsx edge process and service?

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AA120
VMware Employee
VMware Employee

Hi,

NSX Manager Central CLI has the feature to monitor Edge.

For example, the following commands are useful.

This CLI can be executed by using REST API.

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* Command sets

NSXM> show edge

  all            Show all Edge Service Gateway Appliances

  EDGE-ID        Show Edge Service Gateway Information

  EDGE-ID.HA-ID  Show Edge Service Gateway Information with appliance

NSXM> show edge edge-7

  <cr>

  version        Show version

  eventmgr       Show event manager statistics

  log            Show system logs

  ipset          Show ipset information

  nat            Show nat packet counters

  arp            Show arp cache

  firewall       Show firewall packet counters

  flowtable      Show flow table

  process        Edge Process Commands

  system         Edge System Commands

  messagebus     Edge Messagebus Commands

  configuration  Edge Configuration Commands

  interface      Edge Interface Command

  ip             Edge IP Commands

  service        Edge Service Commands

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* Edge Summary

NSXM> show edge edge-7 (example)

Id                       :edge-7

Type                     :gatewayServices

1)

Name                     :ESG-FW-Test-0

Size                     :compact

Host                     :esxi-03.vapp.local

Deploy Status            :true

-----Services Configuration Status-----

L2VPN                    :false

Firewall                 :true

DNS                      :true

SSLVPN                   :true

Routing                  :true

HA                       :false

Syslog                   :true

Load Balancer            :true

GSLB                     :false

IPSEC                    :false

DHCP                     :false

NAT                      :true

Bridges                  :false

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* Edge process list (example)

NSXM> show edge edge-7 process list

haIndex:              0

%CPU %MEM    VSZ   RSZ STAT  STARTED     TIME COMMAND

0.0  0.1   4244   728 Ss     Apr 28 00:01:08 init [3]

0.0  0.0      0     0 S      Apr 28 00:00:00 [kthreadd]

0.0  0.0      0     0 S      Apr 28 00:19:59 [ksoftirqd/0]

0.0  0.0      0     0 S<     Apr 28 00:00:00 [kworker/0:0H]

0.0  0.0      0     0 S      Apr 28 00:15:41 [rcu_sched]

...

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Regards,

Mizo.

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