Check to see how busy the switch actually is , if its really busy you will see some buffer misses . You can get a pretty good idea of how busy it is at a particular time by using the "show controllers utilization" command which shows utilization for each individual port and also the % utilization of the switch fabric itself.
It's nothing to be concerned with. A buffer miss happens when the buffer falls below the minimum free buffers the switch tries to allocate. A miss indicates the processor had to create additional buffer space. It's nothing to be alarmed about, if you see failures.
If you notice all of the RxQ's that have misses, have 0 buffers in the free list, with a maximum of 4 allowed. If there are no free buffers, everytime there is a buffer request in that RxQ it will be considered a miss, as processor has to create a buffer for it.
If you do a show buffer on any of your switches the output will look the same.
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