Please don't ask people to publicly post RSI files there are way too many details in there that should not be on the open internet. Ask for the more targeted specific information needed for the issue at hand.
Anything less than 5 minute snmp collection is aggressive and certainly under 1 minute collection will put a load on cpu, especially with older devices like the ex4200. If you need that level of detail in collection talk to your monitoring vendor about grpc support instead of snmp.
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Yes, i think the RSI have data inside that is not posted to publicly.
Thanks for the statement. I thought that the SNMP would ask the CPU quite aggressively, but I didn't really want to believe it, since it works without problems with our ex4200.
On closer inspection, however, it could be because our ex4200 only have 24 ports and our 4300 48. Here the CPU load should logically be twice as high.
Am I correct?
I will take a closer look at grpc. Thanks a lot!
I agree with steve, the SNMP polling interval seems to be aggressive. Tweaking the polling interval to a higher value might reduce the CPU load, as the reduction in SNMP requests would drastically reduce the CPU load.
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