This MIB reports the congestion status of the real server. A server can be in congested state due to high memory consumption, high CPU utilization or high number of clients being served by it. Congestion can cause delay in server response time. DFP (Dynamic Feedback Protocol) weight values are used as a metric to monitor the congestion of the server.
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OID list for CISCO-SLB-DFP-MIB
- This object specifes when congestion occurs. When the DFP level of the system drops below this value, the system is marked as congested. This value is same for all the processors.
- This object specifies when decongestion occurs. When the DFP level of the system rises above this value, the system is marked as decongested. This value is same for all processors.
- This object specifies the action taken when the congestion threshold is reached. The valid congestion action type are o reject - Incoming registration requests will be rejected when this congestion type is configured. o abort - Registration request being ...
- This table lists the DFP status for each processor for which DFP weights are monitored.
- The entry contains DFP value for one processor. A row is added to this table when congestion needs to be monitored on a processor. Row is deleted when congestion no longer needs to be monitored.
- This element contains the index of the physical entity or identifier of the processor for which the DFP value is maintained.
- This element contains the description for the congestion configured on for processor.
- This object indicates DFP value for the processor.
- This group represents the fields that identifies the processor and associated DFP value.
- This group represents the set of thresholds against which the DFP value is compared.
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