[c-nsp] High CPU utilization caused by the TPLUS process
jeff at ocjtech.us
Tue Jan 13 14:22:09 EST 2009
On Tue, Jan 13, 2009 at 1:15 PM, Justin Shore <justin at justinshore.com> wrote:
> Jeffrey Ollie wrote:
>> Several times in the past month we have had high CPU utilization
>> caused by the TPLUS process, which I think is caused by stuck CLI
>> users. As far as I can tell the only way to remedy the problem is to
>> reload the switch and/or router (this affects many different systems
>> with very different software versions and hardware). "clear line X"
>> and "disconnect ssh X" have no effect. Is there some way to recover
>> from this situation other than reloading the switch? This output is
>> typical of a switch/router that has the problem:
> The TPLUS process is tacacs if I recall correctly. What do your tacacs
> server logs indicate is happening during the high CPU time?
> How are these users connecting?
> If it's async of VTY have you configured an idle exec timeout for those sessions?
Yes. I set the exec-timeout to 30 minutes and it works in the normal case.
> That should boot of idle users automatically.
Unfortunately it does not.
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