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How can we see how may ccu are connected

dheeraj_334332
Nimbostratus
Nimbostratus

Hello Team,

 

I want to know how to check the concurrent CCU usage in F5 Apm.

 

Using command " tmsh show /apm profile access" i got the below output

 

User Session Statistics: total sessions: 174.3K total established sessions: 131.0K current active sessions: 99 current pending sessions: 2 current established sessions: 97 sessions terminated due to user logged out: 53.2K sessions terminated due to admin termination: 0 sessions terminated due to timeout or errors: 120.2K sessions resulted into allow ending: 131.0K sessions resulted into deny ending: 1.6K sessions resulted into redirect ending: 0 sessions resulted into redirect ending with session: 0 requests allowed by ACL: 10.4M requests denied by ACL: 454.6M

Just want to know in the above output "current established sessions: 97" is the no of ccu used...????

 

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Snl
Cirrostratus
Cirrostratus

you may try using below commands to check real time CCU usage

 

(echo -e 'get tmm.license.global_connectivity\r' | nc 127.1.1.2 11211)

 

or

 

snmpwalk -v 2c -c public localhost F5-BIGIP-APM-MIB::apmAccessStatCurrentActiveSessions

 

Hope this help

 

According to this, that's not correct.

 

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The full explanation here:

 

K15032: Determining license limits of the BIG-IP APM system https://support.f5.com/csp/article/K15032

 

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To view the concurrent access sessions, type the following command from the BIG-IP APM command line:

 

snmpwalk -v 2c -c public localhost F5-BIGIP-APM-MIB::apmAccessStatCurrentActiveSessions