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What is the meaning of: Current control point elapsed?

Oct 29, 2012 2:27 PM

tenonezero 5 posts since
Dec 30, 2010

Hi there,

 

I am trying to understand the CPU usage of an ASA 5505 unit which I've installed. I understand the meaning of "Per Core" stats below (15.8, 13.3, 12.5), but I dont understand the meaning of "Current control point elapsed vs the maximum control point elapsed"?

 

Can someone please help me understand what it means, what does the 100% there signify?

 

 show cpu  detailed


Break down of per-core data path versus control point cpu usage:
Core         5 sec              1 min              5 min
Core 0       15.8 (0.0 + 15.8)  13.3 (0.0 + 13.3)  12.5 (0.0 + 12.5)


Current control point elapsed versus the maximum control point elapsed for:
      5 seconds = 100.0%; 1 minute: 100.0%; 5 minutes: 100.0%
 

 

 

Thanks in advance.

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