Cisco ASR

Elijah Savage III esavage at digitalrage.org
Mon May 24 19:05:56 CDT 2010


On 5/24/10 4:00 PM, "Thomas Magill" <tmagill at providecommerce.com> wrote:

> Anyone using ASRs?  We are demoing one to possibly upgrade our 7206s.
> We are seeing what looks like a memory leak on the RP.  Cisco is looking
> at it and says they haven't seen it before.  I am wondering if anyone
> else has run across this.  With the default 2G of memory the RP only had
> about 1% free memory, and the router was rebooting every 5 days or so
> when the RP ran out.  We upgraded and now have about 60% free on the RP,
> but I still see the used memory incrementing at a pretty steady rate.
> We are running IOS-XE 12.2(33)XNF.
> 
>  
> 
> The router is currently not even routing traffic, just acting as a BGP
> peer so it has one set of full tables.  It seems to be a process on the
> Linux OS side that has the leak as the IOS memory commands show
> everything staying pretty static.
> 
>  
> 
> Thomas Magill
> Network Engineer
> 
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> 
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> 
> 
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> 
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I am using a few 1002's and I am not seeing that issue. I will get you the
IOS train later.






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