ACE modules are configured in Active/Standby context mode on two distinct Cat6500's. The feature license is 10,000 SSL tps, 8Gbps throughput.
We ran the application performance tests with 1000 users with https transactions and I noticed that the all the root certificates under the chaingroup disappeared. Only the website certificate remained. When I accessed the website, it gave 'error with the security certificate' i.e. the root was not identifiable due to missing certificates. Eventually, the CPU went 100% on Cat6500 and the ACE module was shutdown by the chassis. It got reenabled automatically in 5 minutes.
I re-added the root certs, removed/added the service policy and after sometime I noticed the root certs disappeared again. STRANGE !
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CSCsl96203 Bug Details
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