[j-nsp] MX104 recommended Junos version?
joshbaird at gmail.com
Fri Jun 23 09:57:25 EDT 2017
We had to upgrade to 14.1.R7 (per JTAC) due to a memory/resource issue when
using unofficial optics.
On Fri, Jun 23, 2017 at 9:52 AM, Matt Freitag <mlfreita at mtu.edu> wrote:
> I'm still on 13.3R9, their previous recommendation, and don't have a
> Matt Freitag
> Network Engineer
> Information Technology
> Michigan Technological University
> (906) 487-3696 <%28906%29%20487-3696>
> On Fri, Jun 23, 2017 at 9:28 AM, Josh Baird <joshbaird at gmail.com> wrote:
>> This page  shows that the recommended version is 15.1R6, but this page
>>  says 14.1R7 for the MX104. I know the MX104's PPC RE cannot use the
>> SMP kernel included in 15.1, but I understand an older kernel will be
>> installed for these PPC devices.
>> I'm currently running 14.2R6.5 but I am having some problems with high CPU
>> sporadically that doesn't necessarily correlate to any periods of high
>> traffic, etc. Every 6 hours, the RE CPU climbs until it reaches ~60%
>> (sometimes higher into the ~80% range) and then falls back down to ~5%. I
>> never saw this behavior when we were running 13.x with the same traffic
>> "show chassis routing-engine" shows most of the CPU usage at this time is
>> used by the kernel.
>> "show system process extensive" shows that chassisd is the main hog.
>> I suppose my question is.. what Junos release appears to be the most
>> for the MX104 platform? Not doing anything special here - a few eBGP
>> peers, simple routing policy, etc.
>>  http://www.juniper.net/support/downloads/?p=mx104#sw
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