[c-nsp] ME3600X 15.2S memory leak

Adam Vitkovsky Adam.Vitkovsky at gamma.co.uk
Fri Feb 26 11:49:55 EST 2016

> Mark Tinka
> Sent: Friday, February 26, 2016 4:12 PM
> On 5/Feb/16 09:50, rob.stoop at kpn.com wrote:
> > running 15.5(3).S. very stable I must say
> We've been stable on this for tens of boxes for a while a good while now.
> Suddenly, one unit at a PoP has frozen. All ports are up, CPU low at 1%, but
> no routing. IS-IS dies and never re-establishes.
> A reboot is the only fix.
> Other PoP's running the same code are fine. Swapped out the unit assuming
> a hardware problem, same issue came back three days later.
> Opened a case. Will advise.
Hi Mark,

So it's not the problem with forwarding like in the case of LFA backup via SVI but rather an ISIS issue?
Any log messages stating what's going on -or what about neighbours -any ISIS PDUs ?


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