I have noticed that we seem to be incrementing memory allocation against the memory allocating-process "CEF: state msg". I cannot find an explination of this statement.
Could someone please shed some light as I beleive we have had this before, but a reboot solved the issue. I am worried that this may be more serious than first thought. Currently the users accessed through this stack are not experiencing any issues. I am unable to reboot the stack in hours, but I want to get to the bottom of this so that we can act should anything go "pop" in the future.
CEF is not running on this stack so I am unsure as to why this error is appearing.
Sh cef status
common CEF disabled
IPv4 CEF Status:
CEF disabled/not running
dCEF disabled/not running
CEF switching disabled/not running
universal per-destination load sharing algorithm, id 49FEBF23
Sh mem all tot
PC Total Count Name
0x0076ED04 4276632 1 LC message chunk
0x00436D5C 4226232 13 Init
0x0026BEEC 3091200 3680 *Packet Header*
0x008DF408 2060000 6 Init
0x0074F044 1559424 204 Process Stack
0x000862D8 741840 3519 CEF: state msg
0x0076C8BC 680152 1 MDFS SPD Chunks
0x003F87E4 524344 1 Stack Mgr Notifier
0x003238C0 465464 1 Init
0x002A1BF4 352952 1 IDB List Element Chunks
System image file is "flash:c3750-ipbase-mz.122-25.SEB4/c3750-ipbase-mz.122-25.S
cisco WS-C3750-24P (PowerPC405) processor (revision H0) with 118784K/12280K byte
s of memory.