What is this Cisco process?
joe at gonetforward.com
Tue Mar 29 15:40:36 CDT 2011
How did you know this? And I quote "Well, I have no direct experience with
the 3560, but SFF-8472 is a spec that includes diagnosting monitoring of
SFPs...". Really am I missing some secret search engine? Is google not the
answer? Please do let me know because if it was from an online resource I
want to know what it is.
Thanks again for the response... you solved my problem.
On Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 4:06 AM, Ingen Schenau, Jeroen van (ICTS) <
j.vaningenschenau at utwente.nl> wrote:
> > Have a Cisco 3560 running "flash:/c3560-ipbasek9-mz.122-55.SE1.bin".
> > running at 20% CPU since we started it:
> > [image: plf-access - CPU Usage]
> > The switch is completely layer-2... basic configuration. CPU utilization
> > soley based on a single process:
> > plf-access#sh proc cpu sorted
> > CPU utilization for five seconds: 27%/0%; one minute: 25%; five minutes:
> > PID Runtime(ms) Invoked uSecs 5Sec 1Min 5Min TTY Process
> > 41 232891470 1072247 217210 20.12% 18.99% 18.01% 0 SFF8472
> Well, I have no direct experience with the 3560, but SFF-8472 is a spec
> that includes diagnosting monitoring of SFPs...
> Not sure why this would take up so many cpu cycles... are you by any
> chance continuously polling the switch for SFP readouts, ie optical
> receive power, laser bias, SFP temperature etc?
> Jeroen van Ingen
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