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How do you clear the counters on an interface after using the show int 0 command on a pix 515

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After using the show interface 0 command I saw a few CRC errors on my interface . I don't think that they are incrementing any more but would like to clear the counter so that I can be sure. On a PIX 515
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I'm assuming you're talking about Ethernet0 for the interface.  You would use the command:

clear interface ethernet0

to clear just the statistics for that interface.
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