QOS NEXUS 5548

What is the meaning of the command

#policy-map type qos gold
#match HIGH PRI
#SET qos-group 5

Does the "qos-group" command reference a queue within a port...in this case queue 5?
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Jordan MedlenCommented:
There are up to 6 system classes, two of which are on by default. These are mapped via the syntax "qos-group N". The "drop system class", specified by qos-group 0, takes unicast and multicast ethernet traffic into the drop system class. The FCoE (fiber channel over ethernet) system class is qos-group 1. The remaining classes are administrator defined. So you would define your type of class and then match it to your qos-group number, which would be in your config above.

More on this can be reviewed at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/switches/datacenter/nexus5000/sw/qos/513_n1_1/b_cisco_nexus_5000_qos_config_gd_513_n1_1_chapter_011.html.

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