How to use the command line to view the PCP policy on USG?


Use the following command line to view the PCP policy.
display pcp-policy rule { all [ slot slot-id cpu cpu-id ] | name rule-name }

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You can use the following command to view the PCP policy: display pcp-policy rule { all [ slot slot-id cpu cpu-id ] | name rule-name }

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