The set protocols snmp trap-group event cpu-threshold high command sets the overload threshold for CPU usage monitoring to send SNMP Trap messages.


Command Syntax

set protocols snmp trap-group event cpu-threshold high <high-value>


Parameter

Parameter

Description

high <high-value>

Specifies the overload threshold for CPU usage monitoring to send SNMP Trap messages. The value is an integer that ranges from 1 to 100, indicating 1% to 100%.

The default value is 80.


Usage Guidelines

Use this command to set the CPU usage overload threshold. When CPU usage exceeds the overload threshold for a continuous time period, the system logs the event and sends an SNMP Trap message. By viewing log information, you can effectively monitor CPU usage.

NOTE:


Example

admin@Xorplus# set protocols snmp trap-group event cpu-threshold high 80
admin@Xorplus# commit