ArubaOS and Controllers

Occasional Contributor II

Health Check for Aruba Controller Family

Hi all,

If i would like to perform a health checking, any command or GUI task that help to determine the controllers are in good performance i.e cpu, memory, process, AP...etc

Aruba Employee

Re: Health Check for Aruba Controller Family

You can get the comprehensive picture with 'show tech-support', but that may be a bit heavy for what you intend to see. A simple script that periodically gets the output of the following commands would do the job.

show cpuload
show memory
show storage
show datapath utilization
show processes
show ap database
Occasional Contributor II

Re: Health Check for Aruba Controller Family

I use MRTG for monitoring CPU, Interfaces, memory load etc via SNMP. Works very well if something happened to your controller and it rebooted without you capturing the information. I also store syslogs to collect the information from the controller in case something happens.
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