Controll CPU

AldenAlden Member

Hi Experts,

I have a TH3030S device which always in fully 100% CPU performance.

Now I want to set Controll CPU is upto 2 cores and Data CPU is 6 cores.

What do I can do via CLI or GUI.

Best regards!


  • mdunnmdunn Member ✭✭

    The following command will accomplish this. A reboot is required for the change to take effect.

    TH3030S(config)#multi-ctrl-cpu 2

    Is the high CPU usage expected due to particular management traffic, health checks, or similar?

  • AldenAlden Member

    Hi mdunn,

    I also know about command "multi-ctrl-cpu" but look like it is not effectitve in mode config:

    ACOS(config)#multi-ctrl-cpu 2


    % Unrecognized command.Invalid input detected at '^' marker.

    Or I have some mistake anywhere?

    Looking for your help again!

  • mdunnmdunn Member ✭✭

    That is definitely the correct command, so that is very strange... Are you using the local admin account on the device? What version of ACOS are you running?

  • AldenAlden Member

    Yes of course I am using the default account local admin on the deivce. My version of ACOS is 4.1.4-GR1-P9

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