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FAQ-What is the Meaning of Displayed NE80 Memory

Publication Date:  2012-07-27 Views:  43 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Q:
What is the meaning of displayed NE80 memory?
Alarm Information
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Handling Process
A:
1. VRP memory has three kinds: slice memory, 32-bit, 64-bit....4096-bit; raw momory and backup memory between slice memory and raw memory.
2. Slice memory and backup memory, raw memory and backup memory can converse mutually. If slice memory is not enough, it can be conversed in backup memory. If slice memory has much vacancy, it can conversed in backup memory.
3. For example:
[HAGC-R1-NE80]
---------------------DisplayMemory---------------------
SliceMemoryUsage:
BlockSize32 Free474 Used21704 Total22178
BlockSize64 Free4 Used22312 Total22316
BlockSize128 Free12 Used5489 Total5501
BlockSize256 Free25 Used875 Total900
BlockSize512 Free4 Used306 Total310
BlockSize1024 Free81 Used151 Total232
BlockSize2048 Free30 Used451 Total481
BlockSize4096 Free16 Used77 Total93
-----------------------------Summary--------------------------------
Used(Byte)4599424 Free646 Used51365 Total52011
TotalSliceMemory(IncludeControlDataandFreeSlice):5898816
RawSliceMemoryUsage:
TotalSize: 45964312(used continuous memory) Num: 77(continuous memory)
TotalRawSliceMemory (IncludeControlDataandFreeSlice):56428380
SystemTotalMemory(bytes):461358912
system total memory=slice memory + raw memory + backup memory
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