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Hi experts

Could you tell me which would be the least router processor intensive when using a debug command:

out put to console, to vt session ?, to syslog server ?, to file server or any other ?

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Of the three you listed, syslog has the lowest CPU utilization.

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Listed from lowest (cpu load) to highest...

buffer
syslog
telnet
console

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