[c-nsp] High memory utilisation on ASR 1004

Tassos Chatzithomaoglou achatz at forthnet.gr
Fri May 15 04:20:36 EDT 2009

 From my tests, SSO/RPR doesn't make a difference in the initial free mem. If you put 
"none" under redundancy, you'll get around 1.8GB of free mem.


Pshem Kowalczyk wrote on 14/05/2009 03:21:
> Hi,
> Are you saying that if we didn't run it in SSO mode the single IOS
> running would have access to more memory? I don't have access to a
> test one to verify it.
> kind regards
> Pshem
> 2009/5/14 Tassos Chatzithomaoglou <achatz at forthnet.gr>:
>> Dual IOSd processes in ASR1000 SW redundancy result in both the active and
>> standby process having access to about 750MB of RP memory (each); what is
>> left is used by other RP processes. Check "sh platform soft status contr"
>> for more details about RP mem usage.
>> Regarding the SBC thing... i had the same problem...but i haven't got any
>> answer yet.
>> PS: To be honest, i haven't found any real advantage of sw redundancy yet. I
>> only met more issues.

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