• Author : Sapna

 
 

Memory utilization of EOS devices

Overview: Every operating system needs memory to store the data and the system memory is the place where the CPU holds current programs and data that are in use. This article aims at helping you understand how to check the memory utilization on an Arista switch. Memory Statistics: In EOS, memory statistics can be viewed by multiple methods: CLI:  show version  bash /proc/meminfo  show proc top  bash free -h show version and bash /proc/meminfo will show the same values for memory and it is a more accurate estimation of how much memory is available for processes to use. SW#show version...
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Recovering a switch from Aboot

Objective During the upgrade process, there could be multiple reasons for the switch to get stuck in Aboot such as corrupted image, unsupported image, incorrect boot file, or no image to boot from. The aim of this document is to describe the recovery procedure of the switch from Aboot shell.   Procedure Step1: Check if the relevant EOS image is already present in the /mnt/flash Aboot# cd /mnt/flash ← Change the directory to flash Aboot# ls ← list the contents of flash EOS-4.21.6F.swi  boot-extensions   persist scripts FSCK0000.REC   config_match rc.d  startup-config If the relevant EOS image is present, continue from...
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