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ACE - Error: resources in use (2)

The heading marked (2) as I found a similar question before.

When trying to add resource to another context, error occures.

details:

resource-class 001_Res

  limit-resource all minimum 0.00 maximum unlimited

  limit-resource sticky minimum 30.00 maximum equal-to-min

resource-class 002_Res

  limit-resource all minimum 10.00 maximum unlimited

  limit-resource sticky minimum 30.00 maximum equal-to-min

ACE/Admin(config-context)# member 002_Res

Error: resources in use

The problem is when trying to add a resource-class to a new Context on the ACE,, Error message appears saying that "resource in use"?

Could you help please

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Cisco Employee

Re: ACE - Error: resources in use (2)

Never, never, never do a max unlimited for syslog.

Because the syslog file keeps increasing until it consumes all the resources so you can't allow new context to receive some resources for the syslog.

So, clear the logging buffer and then adjust the syslog resource and limit the max.

Gilles.

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Cisco Employee

Re: ACE - Error: resources in use (2)

Never, never, never do a max unlimited for syslog.

Because the syslog file keeps increasing until it consumes all the resources so you can't allow new context to receive some resources for the syslog.

So, clear the logging buffer and then adjust the syslog resource and limit the max.

Gilles.

New Member

Re: ACE - Error: resources in use (2)

Hello Gilles,

by adjust the syslog resource, dou you mean

"limit-resource buffer syslog minimum nn maximum equal-to-min" ?

Regards,

Thibault.

Cisco Employee

Re: ACE - Error: resources in use (2)

Thibault.

Correct. Make the syslog resource max equal-to-min.

Gilles.

New Member

Re: ACE - Error: resources in use (2)

Gilles,

Thank you for your reply.

just a quick question, does the memory re-allocation has any impact on the =existing contexts when change are made to the memory allocation in resource classes?

I mean I have to reduce the allcoated memory for most of the contexts on a content switch I i just wondering if it will bring anything down while change the allocated-memory values.

Regards.

Thibault.

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