In our production setup we have SCMs with 256Mb memory so a 128K entry sticky table, when I look into this I see entries that have been there for over 40 days.Yesterday I connected to a load balanced service and confirmed my IP was in this table, this morning it had disappeared but there were still entries for over 40 days.
As this sticky table is supposedly FIFO I would have thought the older (40+ days) entry should be removed before mine. However, I would like to know if a sticky entry is removed from the table if it is still active ?
You mentiond 'if it is not in the table it is not active'
But inactive TCP connections do stay in the sticky table. If I connect to a loadbalancer service I can see my IP address in the table. If I close the browser down and check the table 6 hours later it is still in the table.
Introduction This article will help you understand the steps on how to
download the UCS licenses from the Cisco Systems website and then
installing it on the UCS. The redacted (blue lines) just covers up
certain numbers for privacy please do not take them...
Introduction This article will help you understand and educate the
customer on how to clear their "expired licenses"
(license-graceperiod-expired) from their UCS-M. If a customer just
purchased a license and needs a step by step guide on how to download
Introduction Prepositioning is a powerful tools on the WAAS platform but
it is not always easy to figure out why your jobs are failing when
trying to retrieve the files.Here is a method that should help you to
figure out the reason why they are not succes...