[nsp] Is 128MB enough for a full BGP table on a 7206VXR?
daveoshea at sbcglobal.net
Tue Feb 24 10:42:47 EST 2004
Barely. Looking at a 7206 that has one full and one
partial BGP feed, cef but no netflow or accounting, I
see 114mb used, running 12.2(15)something-or-other.
With a carefully selected release from somewhere
around 12.0(5) or so, you might be able to get away
with it. but if you can scrounge the extra money, I
would really recommend 256mb.
--- Vincent De Keyzer <vincent at dekeyzer.net> wrote:
> I have just loaded a full BGP table on a Cisco
> 7206VXR (NPE-300) with 128MB
> However, I would like your opinion before bringing
> it into the prod network:
> is it enough to avoid problems?
> And BTW, what is this "I/O-2" memory that I see down
> Router#sh memory
> Head Total(b) Used(b)
> Free(b) Lowest(b)
> Processor 61D4AC00 95114240 73125232
> 21989008 21971088
> I/O 20000000 33554452 227740
> 33326712 33326712
> I/O-2 7800000 8388620 7926532
> 462088 462088
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