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[ScreenOS] How to monitor memory allocated, memory left, and memory fragment on the firewall via SNMP



Article ID: KB25768 KB Last Updated: 08 Oct 2020Version: 3.0

This article provides information on how to monitor Memory allocated, memory left and memory fragment using SNMP on Firewall .


To monitor memory allocated, memory left, and memory fragment on the firewall, the following OID can be used:

. Memory allocated.
. Memory left
. memory Fragment

Actual output of memory information from the device:

ns5400(M)-> get mem
Memory: allocated 1392974016, left 372823824, frag 27, fail 0

The output from the SNMP walk:

OID: .
Value: 1392974016

OID: .
Value: 372823824

OID: .
Value: 27
Modification History:

2019-06-29: Article reviewed for accuracy. No changes made. Article is correct and complete.
2020-09-30: Removevd EOL devices.
2020-10-05: Removed platforms, and kept Firewalls/ISG/NS/SSG Series

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