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SONiC Configuration Database Manual

Table of Contents

Introduction

This document lists the configuration commands schema applied in the SONiC eco system. All these commands find relevance in collecting system information, analysis and even for trouble shooting. All the commands are categorized under relevant topics with corresponding examples.

Configuration

SONiC is managing configuration in a single source of truth - a redisDB instance that we refer as ConfigDB. Applications subscribe to ConfigDB and generate their running configuration correspondingly.

(Before Sep 2017, we were using an XML file named minigraph.xml to configure SONiC devices. For historical documentation, please refer to Configuration with Minigraph)

Config Load and Save

In current version of SONiC, ConfigDB is implemented as database 4 of local redis. When system boots, configurations will be loaded from /etc/sonic/config_db.json file into redis. Please note that ConfigDB content won't be written back into /etc/sonic/config_db.json file automatically. In order to do that, a config save command need to be manually executed from CLI. Similarly, config load will trigger a force load of json file into DB. Generally, content in /etc/sonic/config_db.json can be considered as starting config, and content in redisDB running config.

We keep a way to load configuration from minigraph and write into ConfigDB for backward compatibility. To do that, run config load_minigraph.

Incremental Configuration

The design of ConfigDB supports incremental configuration - application could subscribe to changes in ConfigDB and response correspondingly. However, this feature is not implemented by all applications yet. By Sep 2017 now, the only application that supports incremental configuration is BGP (docker-fpm-quagga). For other applications, a manual restart is required after configuration changes in ConfigDB.

Redis and Json Schema

ConfigDB uses a table-object schema that is similar with AppDB, and config_db.json is a straight-forward serialization of DB. As an example, the following fragments could be BGP-related configuration in redis and json, correspondingly:

Redis format

127.0.0.1:6379[4]> keys BGP_NEIGHBOR:*

1) "BGP_NEIGHBOR:10.0.0.31"
2) "BGP_NEIGHBOR:10.0.0.39"
3) "BGP_NEIGHBOR:10.0.0.11"
4) "BGP_NEIGHBOR:10.0.0.7"

...

127.0.0.1:6379[4]> hgetall BGP_NEIGHBOR:10.0.0.3

1) "admin_status"
2) "up"
3) "peer_addr"
4) "10.0.0.2"
5) "asn"
6) "65200"
7) "name"
8) "ARISTA07T2"

Json format

"BGP_NEIGHBOR": {
	"10.0.0.57": {
		"rrclient": "0", 
		"name": "ARISTA01T1", 
		"local_addr": "10.0.0.56", 
		"nhopself": "0", 
		"holdtime": "10", 
		"asn": "64600", 
		"keepalive": "3"
	}, 
    "10.0.0.59": {
        "rrclient": "0", 
        "name": "ARISTA02T1", 
        "local_addr": "10.0.0.58", 
        "nhopself": "0", 
        "holdtime": "10", 
        "asn": "64600", 
        "keepalive": "3"
	},
}

Full sample config_db.json files are availables at here and here.

ACL and Mirroring

ACL and mirroring related configuration are defined in MIRROR_SESSION, ACL_TABLE and ACL_RULE tables. Those tables are in progress of migrating from APPDB. Please refer to their schema in APPDB here and migration plan here.

{
"MIRROR_SESSION": {
        "everflow0": {
                "src_ip": "10.1.0.32",
                "dst_ip": "2.2.2.2"
        }
    },

"ACL_TABLE": {
        "DATAACL": {
                "policy_desc" : "data_acl",
                "type": "l3",
                "ports": [
                        "Ethernet0",
                        "Ethernet4",
                        "Ethernet8",
                        "Ethernet12"
                ]
        }
    }
}

Below ACL table added as per the mail

{
"ACL_TABLE": {
        "aaa": {
                "type": "L3",
                "ports": "Ethernet0"
        }
   },
"ACL_RULE": {
        "aaa|rule_0": {
        "PRIORITY": "55",
        "PACKET_ACTION": "DROP",
        "L4_SRC_PORT": "0"
        },
        "aaa|rule_1": {
        "PRIORITY": "55",
        "PACKET_ACTION": "DROP",
        "L4_SRC_PORT": "1"
        }
   }
}

Below ACL table added by comparig minigraph.xml & config_db.json

{
"ACL_TABLE": {
		"EVERFLOW": {
		"type": "MIRROR",
		"policy_desc": "EVERFLOW",
		"ports": [
		  "PortChannel0001",
		  "PortChannel0002",
		  "PortChannel0003",
		  "PortChannel0004"
		]
	  },
		"EVERFLOWV6": {
        "type": "MIRRORV6",
        "policy_desc": "EVERFLOWV6",
        "ports": [
          "PortChannel0001",
          "PortChannel0002",
          "PortChannel0003",
          "PortChannel0004"
        ]
      },
        "SNMP_ACL": {
          "services": [
            "SNMP"
        ],
        "type": "CTRLPLANE",
        "policy_desc": "SNMP_ACL"
      },
        "SSH_ONLY": {
          "services": [
            "SSH"
          ],
          "type": "CTRLPLANE",
          "policy_desc": "SSH_ONLY"
      }
   },

"ACL_RULE": {
        "SNMP_ACL|DEFAULT_RULE": {
            "PRIORITY": "1",
            "PACKET_ACTION": "DROP",
            "ETHER_TYPE": "2048"
        },
        "SNMP_ACL|RULE_1": {
            "PRIORITY": "9999",
            "PACKET_ACTION": "ACCEPT",
            "SRC_IP": "1.1.1.1/32",
            "IP_PROTOCOL": "17"
        },
        "SNMP_ACL|RULE_2": {
            "PRIORITY": "9998",
            "PACKET_ACTION": "ACCEPT",
            "SRC_IP": "2.2.2.2/32",
            "IP_PROTOCOL": "17"
        },
        "SSH_ONLY|DEFAULT_RULE": {
            "PRIORITY": "1",
            "PACKET_ACTION": "DROP",
            "ETHER_TYPE": "2048"
        },
        "SSH_ONLY|RULE_1": {
            "PRIORITY": "9999",
            "PACKET_ACTION": "ACCEPT",
            "SRC_IP": "4.4.4.4/8",
            "IP_PROTOCOL": "6"
        }
    }
}

BGP Sessions

BGP session configuration is defined in BGP_NEIGHBOR table. BGP neighbor address is used as key of bgp neighbor objects. Object attributes include remote AS number, neighbor router name, and local peering address. Dynamic neighbor is also supported by defining peer group name and IP ranges in BGP_PEER_RANGE table.

{
"BGP_NEIGHBOR": {
        "10.0.0.61": {
                "local_addr": "10.0.0.60",
                "asn": 64015,
                "name": "ARISTA15T0"
        },
        "10.0.0.49": {
                "local_addr": "10.0.0.48",
                "asn": 64009,
                "name": "ARISTA09T0"
        },
 
        "10.0.0.63": {
                "rrclient": "0", 
				"name": "ARISTA04T1", 
				"local_addr": "10.0.0.62", 
				"nhopself": "0", 
				"holdtime": "10", 
				"asn": "64600", 
				"keepalive": "3"
        }
		
"BGP_PEER_RANGE": {
    "BGPSLBPassive": {
        "name": "BGPSLBPassive",
        "ip_range": [
            "10.250.0.0/27"
        ]
    },
    "BGPVac": {
        "name": "BGPVac",
        "ip_range": [
            "10.2.0.0/16"
        ]
    }
  }
}

BUFFER_PG

{
"BUFFER_PG": {
    "Ethernet0|3-4": {
        "profile": "[BUFFER_PROFILE|pg_lossless_40000_5m_profile]"
    },
    "Ethernet1|3-4": {
        "profile": "[BUFFER_PROFILE|pg_lossless_40000_5m_profile]"
    },
    "Ethernet2|3-4": {
        "profile": "[BUFFER_PROFILE|pg_lossless_40000_5m_profile]"
    }
  }
}

Buffer pool

{
"BUFFER_POOL": {
    "egress_lossless_pool": {
        "type": "egress",
        "mode": "static",
        "size": "15982720"
    },
    "egress_lossy_pool": {
        "type": "egress",
        "mode": "dynamic",
        "size": "9243812"
    },
    "ingress_lossless_pool": {
        "xoff": "4194112",
        "type": "ingress",
        "mode": "dynamic",
        "size": "10875072"
    }
  }
}

Buffer profile

{
"BUFFER_PROFILE": {
    "egress_lossless_profile": {
        "static_th": "3995680",
        "pool": "[BUFFER_POOL|egress_lossless_pool]",
        "size": "1518"
    },
    "egress_lossy_profile": {
        "dynamic_th": "3",
        "pool": "[BUFFER_POOL|egress_lossy_pool]",
        "size": "1518"
    },
    "ingress_lossy_profile": {
        "dynamic_th": "3",
        "pool": "[BUFFER_POOL|ingress_lossless_pool]",
        "size": "0"
    },
    "pg_lossless_40000_5m_profile": {
        "xon_offset": "2288",
        "dynamic_th": "-3",
        "xon": "2288",
        "xoff": "66560",
        "pool": "[BUFFER_POOL|ingress_lossless_pool]",
        "size": "1248"
    },
    "pg_lossless_40000_40m_profile": {
        "xon_offset": "2288",
        "dynamic_th": "-3",
        "xon": "2288",
        "xoff": "71552",
        "pool": "[BUFFER_POOL|ingress_lossless_pool]",
        "size": "1248"
    }
  }
}

Buffer queue

{
"BUFFER_QUEUE": {
    "Ethernet50,Ethernet52,Ethernet54,Ethernet56|0-2": {
        "profile": "[BUFFER_PROFILE|egress_lossy_profile]"
    },
    "Ethernet50,Ethernet52,Ethernet54,Ethernet56|3-4": {
        "profile": "[BUFFER_PROFILE|egress_lossless_profile]"
    },
    "Ethernet50,Ethernet52,Ethernet54,Ethernet56|5-6": {
        "profile": "[BUFFER_PROFILE|egress_lossy_profile]"
    }
  }
}
 

Cable length

{
"CABLE_LENGTH": {
    "AZURE": {
        "Ethernet8": "5m",
        "Ethernet9": "5m",
        "Ethernet2": "5m",
        "Ethernet58": "5m",
        "Ethernet59": "5m",
        "Ethernet50": "40m",
        "Ethernet51": "5m",
        "Ethernet52": "40m",
        "Ethernet53": "5m",
        "Ethernet54": "40m",
        "Ethernet55": "5m",
        "Ethernet56": "40m"
    }
  }
}

COPP_TABLE

{
"COPP_TABLE": {
     "default": {
         "cbs": "600",
         "cir": "600",
	 "meter_type": "packets",
	 "mode": "sr_tcm",
	 "queue": "0",
	 "red_action": "drop"
     },
   
     "trap.group.arp": {
         "cbs": "600",
         "cir": "600",
	 "meter_type": "packets",
	 "mode": "sr_tcm",
	 "queue": "4",
	 "red_action": "drop",
	 "trap_action": "trap",
	 "trap_ids": "arp_req,arp_resp,neigh_discovery",
	 "trap_priority": "4"
      },
    
     "trap.group.lldp.dhcp.udld": {
         "queue": "4",
         "trap_action": "trap",
	 "trap_ids": "lldp,dhcp,udld",
	 "trap_priority": "4"
      },
    
     "trap.group.bgp.lacp": {
         "queue": "4",
         "trap_action": "trap",
	 "trap_ids": "bgp,bgpv6,lacp",
	 "trap_priority": "4"
      },
   
     "trap.group.ip2me": {
         "cbs": "600",
         "cir": "600",
	 "meter_type": "packets",
	 "mode": "sr_tcm",
	 "queue": "1",
	 "red_action": "drop",
	 "trap_action": "trap",
	 "trap_ids": "ip2me",
	 "trap_priority": "1"
      }
    }
}

CRM

{
"CRM": {
    "Config": {
        "acl_table_threshold_type": "percentage",
        "nexthop_group_threshold_type": "percentage",
        "fdb_entry_high_threshold": "85",
        "acl_entry_threshold_type": "percentage",
        "ipv6_neighbor_low_threshold": "70",
        "nexthop_group_member_low_threshold": "70",
        "acl_group_high_threshold": "85",
        "ipv4_route_high_threshold": "85",
        "acl_counter_high_threshold": "85",
        "ipv4_route_low_threshold": "70",
        "ipv4_route_threshold_type": "percentage",
        "ipv4_neighbor_low_threshold": "70",
        "acl_group_threshold_type": "percentage",
        "ipv4_nexthop_high_threshold": "85",
        "ipv6_route_threshold_type": "percentage"
    }
  }
}

Data Plane L3 Interfaces

IP configuration for data plane are defined in INTERFACE, PORTCHANNEL_INTERFACE, and VLAN_INTERFACE table. The objects in all three tables have the interface (could be physical port, port channel, or vlan) that IP address is attached to as first-level key, and IP prefix as second-level key. IP interface objects don't have any attributes.

{
"INTERFACE": {
        "Ethernet0|10.0.0.0/31": {},
        "Ethernet4|10.0.0.2/31": {},
        "Ethernet8|10.0.0.4/31": {}
		...
    },
	
"PORTCHANNEL_INTERFACE": {
        "PortChannel01|10.0.0.56/31": {},
        "PortChannel01|FC00::71/126": {},
        "PortChannel02|10.0.0.58/31": {},
        "PortChannel02|FC00::75/126": {}
		...
    },
"VLAN_INTERFACE": {
        "Vlan1000|192.168.0.1/27": {}
    }
}

Device Metadata

The DEVICE_METADATA table contains only one object named localhost. In this table the device metadata such as hostname, hwsku, deployment envionment id and deployment type are specified. BGP local AS number is also specified in this table as current only single BGP instance is supported in SONiC.

{
"DEVICE_METADATA": {
        "localhost": {
        "hwsku": "Force10-S6100",
        "default_bgp_status": "up",
        "docker_routing_config_mode": "unified",
        "hostname": "sonic-s6100-01",
        "platform": "x86_64-dell_s6100_c2538-r0",
        "mac": "4c:76:25:f4:70:82",
        "default_pfcwd_status": "disable",
        "bgp_asn": "65100",
        "deployment_id": "1",
        "type": "ToRRouter"
    }
  }
}

Device neighbor metada

{
"DEVICE_NEIGHBOR_METADATA": {
    "ARISTA01T1": {
        "lo_addr": "None",
        "mgmt_addr": "10.11.150.45",
        "hwsku": "Arista-VM",
        "type": "LeafRouter"
    },
    "ARISTA02T1": {
        "lo_addr": "None",
        "mgmt_addr": "10.11.150.46",
        "hwsku": "Arista-VM",
        "type": "LeafRouter"
    }
  }
}

DSCP_TO_TC_MAP

{
"DSCP_TO_TC_MAP": {
    "AZURE": {
        "1": "1",
        "0": "1",
        "3": "3",
        "2": "1",
        "5": "2",
        "4": "4",
        "7": "1",
        "6": "1",
        "9": "1",
        "8": "0"
    }
  }
}

FLEX_COUNTER_TABLE

{
"FLEX_COUNTER_TABLE": {
    "PFCWD": {
        "FLEX_COUNTER_STATUS": "enable"
    },
    "PORT": {
        "FLEX_COUNTER_STATUS": "enable"
    },
    "QUEUE": {
        "FLEX_COUNTER_STATUS": "enable"
    }
  }
}

L2 Neighbors

The L2 neighbor and connection information can be configured in DEVICE_NEIGHBOR table. Those information are used mainly for LLDP. While mandatory fields include neighbor name acting as object key and remote port / local port information in attributes, optional information about neighbor device such as device type, hwsku, management address and loopback address can also be defined.

{
"DEVICE_NEIGHBOR": {
        "ARISTA04T1": {
                "mgmt_addr": "10.20.0.163",
                "hwsku": "Arista",
                "lo_addr": null,
                "local_port": "Ethernet124",
                "type": "LeafRouter",
                "port": "Ethernet1"
        },
        "ARISTA03T1": {
                "mgmt_addr": "10.20.0.162",
                "hwsku": "Arista",
                "lo_addr": null,
                "local_port": "Ethernet120",
                "type": "LeafRouter",
                "port": "Ethernet1"
        },
        "ARISTA02T1": {
                "mgmt_addr": "10.20.0.161",
                "hwsku": "Arista",
                "lo_addr": null,
                "local_port": "Ethernet116",
                "type": "LeafRouter",
                "port": "Ethernet1"
        },
        "ARISTA01T1": {
                "mgmt_addr": "10.20.0.160",
                "hwsku": "Arista",
                "lo_addr": null,
                "local_port": "Ethernet112",
                "type": "LeafRouter",
                "port": "Ethernet1"
        }
    }
}

Loopback Interface

Loopback interface configuration lies in LOOPBACK_INTERFACE table and has similar schema with data plane interfaces. The loopback device name and loopback IP prefix act as multi-level key for loopback interface objects.

{
"LOOPBACK_INTERFACE": {
        "Loopback0|10.1.0.32/32": {},
        "Loopback0|FC00:1::32/128": {}
  }
}

Management Interface

Management interfaces are defined in MGMT_INTERFACE table. Object key is composed of management interface name and IP prefix. Attribute gwaddr specify the gateway address of the prefix. forced_mgmt_routes attribute can be used to specify addresses / prefixes traffic to which are forced to go through management network instead of data network.

{
"MGMT_INTERFACE": {
        "eth0|10.11.150.11/16": {
        "gwaddr": "10.11.0.1"
    },
    "eth0|FC00:2::32/64": {
        "forced_mgmt_routes": [
            "10.0.0.100/31",
            "10.250.0.8",
                "10.255.0.0/28"
        ],
        "gwaddr": "fc00:2::1"
    }
  }
}

Management port

{
"MGMT_PORT": {
    "eth0": {
        "alias": "eth0",
        "admin_status": "up"
    }
  }
}
 

Management VRF

{
"MGMT_VRF_CONFIG": {
    "vrf_global": {
        "mgmtVrfEnabled": "true"
     }
  }
}

MAP_PFC_PRIORITY_TO_QUEUE

{
"MAP_PFC_PRIORITY_TO_QUEUE": {
    "AZURE": {
        "1": "1",
        "0": "0",
        "3": "3",
        "2": "2",
        "5": "5",
        "4": "4",
        "7": "7",
        "6": "6"
    }
  }
}

NTP and SYSLOG servers

These information are configured in individual tables. Domain name or IP address of the server is used as object key. Currently there are no attributes in those objects.

NTP server

{
"NTP_SERVER": {
        "2.debian.pool.ntp.org": {},
        "1.debian.pool.ntp.org": {},
        "3.debian.pool.ntp.org": {},
        "0.debian.pool.ntp.org": {}
    },

"NTP_SERVER": {
    "23.92.29.245": {},
    "204.2.134.164": {}
    }
}

Syslogserver

{
"SYSLOG_SERVER": {
    "10.0.0.5": {},
    "10.0.0.6": {},
    "10.11.150.5": {}
    }
}

Port

In this table the physical port configurations are defined. Each object will have port name as its key, and port name alias and port speed as optional attributes.

{
"PORT": {
        "Ethernet0": {
            "index": "0",
            "lanes": "101,102",
            "description": "fortyGigE1/1/1",
            "mtu": "9100",
            "alias": "fortyGigE1/1/1",
            "speed": "40000"
        },
        "Ethernet1": {
            "index": "1",
            "lanes": "103,104",
            "description": "fortyGigE1/1/2",
            "mtu": "9100",
            "alias": "fortyGigE1/1/2",
            "admin_status": "up",
            "speed": "40000"
        },
		"Ethernet63": {
            "index": "63",
            "lanes": "87,88",
            "description": "fortyGigE1/4/16",
            "mtu": "9100",
            "alias": "fortyGigE1/4/16",
            "speed": "40000"
        }
    }
}

Port Channel

Port channels are defined in PORTCHANNEL table with port channel name as object key and member list as attribute.

{
"PORTCHANNEL": {
        "PortChannel0003": {
                "admin_status": "up",
        "min_links": "1",
        "members": [
            "Ethernet54"
        ],
        "mtu": "9100"
    },
    "PortChannel0004": {
        "admin_status": "up",
        "min_links": "1",
        "members": [
            "Ethernet56"
        ],
        "mtu": "9100"
    }
  }
}

Portchannel member

{
"PORTCHANNEL_MEMBER": {
    "PortChannel0001|Ethernet50": {}, 
    "PortChannel0002|Ethernet52": {}, 
    "PortChannel0003|Ethernet54": {}, 
    "PortChannel0004|Ethernet56": {}
  }
}

Port QoS Map

{
"PORT_QOS_MAP": {
    "Ethernet50,Ethernet52,Ethernet54,Ethernet56": {
        "tc_to_pg_map": "[TC_TO_PRIORITY_GROUP_MAP|AZURE]", 
        "tc_to_queue_map": "[TC_TO_QUEUE_MAP|AZURE]", 
        "pfc_enable": "3,4", 
        "pfc_to_queue_map": "[MAP_PFC_PRIORITY_TO_QUEUE|AZURE]", 
        "dscp_to_tc_map": "[DSCP_TO_TC_MAP|AZURE]"
    }
  }
}  

Queue

{
"QUEUE": {
	"Ethernet56|4": {
        "wred_profile": "[WRED_PROFILE|AZURE_LOSSLESS]", 
        "scheduler": "[SCHEDULER|scheduler.1]"
    }, 
    "Ethernet56|5": {
        "scheduler": "[SCHEDULER|scheduler.0]"
    }, 
    "Ethernet56|6": {
        "scheduler": "[SCHEDULER|scheduler.0]"
    }
  }
}

Tacplus Server

{
"TACPLUS_SERVER": {
    "10.0.0.8": {
        "priority": "1", 
        "tcp_port": "49"
    }, 
    "10.0.0.9": {
        "priority": "1", 
        "tcp_port": "49"
    }
  }
}

TC to Priority group map

{
"TC_TO_PRIORITY_GROUP_MAP": {
    "AZURE": {
        "1": "1", 
        "0": "0", 
        "3": "3", 
        "2": "2", 
        "5": "5", 
        "4": "4", 
        "7": "7", 
        "6": "6"
    }
  }
}  

TC to Queue map

{
"TC_TO_QUEUE_MAP": {
    "AZURE": {
        "1": "1", 
        "0": "0", 
        "3": "3", 
        "2": "2", 
        "5": "5", 
        "4": "4", 
        "7": "7", 
        "6": "6"
    }
  }
}  

Versions

This table is where the curret version of the software is recorded.

{
    "VERSIONS": {
        "DATABASE": {
            "VERSION": "version_1_0_1"
        }
    }
}

VLAN

This table is where VLANs are defined. VLAN name is used as object key, and member list as well as an integer id are defined as attributes. If a DHCP relay is required for this VLAN, a dhcp_servers attribute must be specified for that VLAN, the value of which is a list that must contain the domain name or IP address of one or more DHCP servers.

{
"VLAN": {
	"Vlan1000": {
		"dhcp_servers": [
			"192.0.0.1",
			"192.0.0.2",
			"192.0.0.3",
			"192.0.0.4"
		],
		"members": [
			"Ethernet0",
			"Ethernet4",
			"Ethernet8",
			"Ethernet12"
		],
		"vlanid": "1000"
	}
  }
}

VLAN_MEMBER

VLAN member table has Vlan name together with physical port or port channel name as object key, and tagging mode as attributes.

{
"VLAN_MEMBER": {
	"Vlan1000|PortChannel47": {
		"tagging_mode": "untagged"
	},
	"Vlan1000|Ethernet8": {
		"tagging_mode": "untagged"
	},
	"Vlan2000|PortChannel47": {
		"tagging_mode": "tagged"
	}
  }
}

Virtual router

The virtual router table allows to insert or update a new virtual router instance. The key of the instance is its name. The attributes in the table allow to change properties of a virtual router. Attributes:

  • 'v4' contains boolean value 'true' or 'false'. Enable or disable IPv4 in the virtual router
  • 'v6' contains boolean value 'true' or 'false'. Enable or disable IPv6 in the virtual router
  • 'src_mac' contains MAC address. What source MAC address will be used for packets egressing from the virtual router
  • 'ttl_action' contains packet action. Defines the action for packets with TTL == 0 or TTL == 1
  • 'ip_opt_action' contains packet action. Defines the action for packets with IP options
  • 'l3_mc_action' contains packet action. Defines the action for unknown L3 multicast packets

The packet action could be:

  • 'drop'
  • 'forward'
  • 'copy'
  • 'copy_cancel'
  • 'trap'
  • 'log'
  • 'deny'
  • 'transit'

TBD

'VRF:rid1': {
	'v4': 'true',
	'v6': 'false',
	'src_mac': '02:04:05:06:07:08',
	'ttl_action': 'copy',
	'ip_opt_action': 'deny',
	'l3_mc_action': 'drop'
}

WRED_PROFILE

{
"WRED_PROFILE": {
    "AZURE_LOSSLESS": {
        "red_max_threshold": "2097152", 
        "wred_green_enable": "true", 
        "ecn": "ecn_all", 
        "green_min_threshold": "1048576", 
        "red_min_threshold": "1048576", 
        "wred_yellow_enable": "true", 
        "yellow_min_threshold": "1048576", 
        "green_max_threshold": "2097152", 
        "green_drop_probability": "5", 
        "yellow_max_threshold": "2097152", 
        "wred_red_enable": "true", 
        "yellow_drop_probability": "5", 
        "red_drop_probability": "5"
    }
  }
}

For Developers

Generating Application Config by Jinja2 Template

To be added.

Incremental Configuration by Subscribing to ConfigDB

Detail instruction to be added. A sample could be found in this PR that implemented dynamic configuration for BGP.

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