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Interface Statistics

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  • 1.  Interface Statistics

    Posted Sep 07, 2022 10:59 AM
    I have had packet drops "CRC issues", I replaced the SFP and wanted to check if there is any new packet drops, I have cleared the int statistics and it's unfortunately session based, once I close the session and reopen it, it shows me the old statistics.
    I am new to HP IOS and was wondering if there is any command lines that clears and resets the int statistics permanently.


  • 2.  RE: Interface Statistics

    EMPLOYEE
    Posted Sep 07, 2022 11:28 AM
    8360-01# clear interface
    IFNAME Interface name (e.g. 1/1/1)
    IFRANGE PORT identifier range
    statistics Clear interface statistics (current session only)

    8360-01# clear interface statistics
    global Clear hardware interface statistics for all sessions
    <cr>

    Add global to the command

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    DWan
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  • 3.  RE: Interface Statistics

    Posted Sep 07, 2022 02:46 PM
    Thanks DWan,
    When I do that it only clears it while the session is open, when I close and reopen the session the old statistics comes back, I was wondering if there is another CLI to clear it permanently even when I close the session I can come back another day and look at a new statistics for that interface.


  • 4.  RE: Interface Statistics

    EMPLOYEE
    Posted Sep 07, 2022 03:06 PM
    Seems to work as expected with new session when I add global


    8360-1# sh int 1/1/41 | b Statis
    Statistic RX TX Total
    ---------------- -------------------- -------------------- --------------------
    Packets 2226992 2226287 4453279
    Unicast 2225216 2224490 4449706
    Multicast 1673 1695 3368
    Broadcast 103 102 205
    Bytes 2771017482 2770826703 5541844185


    8360-1# clea int statistics global
    Warning: clearing statistics globally will be reflected in all CLI
    sessions, any agents running in the analytics engine, and any external
    systems monitoring switch statistics.

    Continue (y/n)? y






    Started a new SSH session, I don't see stats from original session
    ================================
    8360-1# sh int 1/1/41 | b Statis
    Statistic RX TX Total
    ---------------- -------------------- -------------------- --------------------
    Packets 23 22 45
    Unicast 9 8 17
    Multicast 13 13 26
    Broadcast 1 1 2

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    DWan
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  • 5.  RE: Interface Statistics

    Posted Sep 07, 2022 03:52 PM
    Thanks DWan,

    it worked with global.
    I appreciate your help.