I had a very similar issue with my 6509-V-E chassis that would eventually run out of memory and reboot. The code I was running was SXI2. I upgraded to SXI2a and that seems to be ok. There are multiple bugs in the SXH and earlier SXI codes that make the switches crash.
Here are the 2 bug numbers you should take a look at
I know that these 2 bugs ware fixed in SXI3 that just was release on November 4th. So depending on your requirement and with some testing in your lab you may have to upgrade to SXI3 and see if the problem goes away.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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