admin@SRX> show chassis routing-engine Routing Engine status: Temperature 42 degrees C / 107 degrees F CPU temperature 58 degrees C / 136 degrees F Total memory 4096 MB Max 1311 MB used ( 32 percent) Control plane memory 2400 MB Max 864 MB used ( 36 percent) Data plane memory 1696 MB Max 441 MB used ( 26 percent) 5 sec CPU utilization: User 56 percent Background 0 percent Kernel 20 percent Interrupt 0 percent Idle 24 percent Model RE-SRX300 Serial ID CV4119AF0527 Start time 2020-02-14 13:41:41 WIT Uptime 6 days, 21 hours, 39 minutes, 10 seconds Last reboot reason 0x200:normal shutdown Load averages: 1 minute 5 minute 15 minute 3.45 1.43 0.82
admin@HRI-SRX300> show system processes extensive | no-more last pid: 29991; load averages: 2.47, 1.33, 0.80 up 6+21:40:02 11:22:08 194 processes: 18 running, 162 sleeping, 1 zombie, 13 waiting
1. I checked the file but the logs are from Feb 5, is that correct? Check the current time on the SRX with:
> show system uptime
2. I saw some ssh failed attempts that could cause high CPU if these are constant, please run:
> show log messages | match ssh | no-more
3. There are a bunch of logs related to Web-filtering and this indicates that you are sending data-plane logs to the Routing Engine which can affect also the CPU utilization at control plane level. Please see my comment about logging on the following post and if possible configure security log to stream mode.
4. Finally, open a second session to the SRX and while you perform a commit over the first session (commit | display detail), check via the second session if there is a process going high during the time of the commit with the following command:
> show system processes extensive | except 0.0
% top -H (shell command)
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