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ns capacity

The following operations can be performed on "ns capacity":

set| unset| show

set ns capacity

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Modifies the system capacity. Capacity will be check-out from the license pool of License Server

Synopsys

set ns capacity ((-bandwidth <positive_integer> -unit ( Gbps | Mbps )) | -platform <platform> | -Edition <Edition> | -vcpu)

Arguments

bandwidth

System bandwidth limit.

Minimum value: 0

platform

appliance platform type.

Possible values: VS10, VE10, VP10, VS25, VE25, VP25, VS200, VE200, VP200, VS1000, VE1000, VP1000, VS3000, VE3000, VP3000, VS5000, VE5000, VP5000, VS8000, VE8000, VP8000, VS10000, VE10000, VP10000, VS15000, VE15000, VP15000, VS25000, VE25000, VP25000, VS40000, VE40000, VP40000, VS100000, VE100000, VP100000, CP1000

vcpu

licensed using vcpu pool.

Edition

Product edition.

Possible values: Standard, Enterprise, Platinum

unit

Bandwidth unit.

Possible values: Gbps, Mbps

unset ns capacity

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Use this command to undo configuration changes made to ns capacity parameters..Refer to the set ns capacity command for meanings of the arguments.

Synopsys

unset ns capacity (-bandwidth | -platform | -vcpu)

show ns capacity

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Displays the running capacity of the system.

Synopsys

show ns capacity

Outputs

actualbandwidth

Bandwith in MBPS.

platform

appliance platform type.

vcpuCount

number of vCPUs licensed.

maxVcpuCount

number of max vCPUs.

Edition

Product edition Standard/Enterprise/Platinum.

unit

Bandwidth unit GBPS/MBPS.

bandwidth

Configured Bandwidth.

maxbandwidth

Maximum Bandwidth.

minbandwidth

Minimum Bandwidth.

instancecount

VPX will consume one instance and MPX will consume zero instance