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show memory app-cache

Does anyone know the significance of the output of "show memory app-cache" command on an asa firewall?

I am mostly interested in what is going on when the "SNP Run-time Inspec" count hits the 325 limit...pertaining to troubleshooting

S2S tunnels.  I saw a tunnel where two of the three subnets on the asa were not reacable by the other end so I was wondering if the 32/5/325

limit had something to do with it.  Not finding any documenation anywhere on what the command and the ipsec reference itself is really referring

to or what 325 refers to or is counting exactly.

CACHE NAME   LIMIT      COUNT      ALLOC     FAILED   BYTES USED

SNP Run-time Inspec     325        325        325          0        53300

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show memory app-cache

ASA-5505# sh memory app-cache ?

  access-list       Show application level memory cache for access-list

  flow              Show application level memory cache for flow

  host              Show application level memory cache for host

  http              Show application level memory cache for http

  sia               Show application level memory cache for sia

  tcb               Show application level memory cache for tcb

  threat-detection  Show application level memory cache for threat-detetcion

  user-identity     Show application level memory cache for user-identity

  |                 Output modifiers

This command is to see the memory utilized by certain application. L2L tunnel not coming up could be due to any number of reasons.  I can move this discussion to our VPN community if needed or you can open a new discussion in that community.

Refer this link for the command in question:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/asa/asa82/command/reference/s4.html#wp1497000

-Kureli

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