I would like to know what exactly is this timeout value mentioned in the second output. Does it shows the sticky time out value or its the time for which the sticky entry was there in the database for a particular client.
Thanks for the response. Following are the software version of the SUP and the CSM-
SUP - 12.2(17a)SX
CSM - 3.2(2)
Since you have observed this kind issuse I would like to know if this is some kind of bug or what exactly is the reason for this kind of behavior.
If you go through the output of "show module csm 6 sticky group 10" there is a mention of timeout value. I would like to know if this timeout value is same as sticky timeout. If so this value should always be 100 [as configured]. Or this timeout value shows how long an entry is there in a sticky table for a particular client i.e. a cumulative value.
What I feel is if we clear the sticky table this time out value will be greatly reduced since the connections will be restablished and the time since the connection is there will be low [if this is a cumulative value].
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