Before I begin, let me say that I've scoured both the Cisco forums as well as the internet at large (Google is my friend)... I cannot for the life of me figure out what this process is, or why it is consuming half of the CPU on average on two of our 2921 routers.
Can someone shed some light on what this REVT background process is and if this is normal? The routers both began experiencing this issue about a week and half ago.
CPU utilization for five seconds: 54%/0%; one minute: 56%; five minutes: 56%
PID Runtime(ms) Invoked uSecs 5Sec 1Min 5Min TTY Process
The bug that was supposed to be fixed in 15.2(2)T2 was not fixed thoroughly and we had still the issues in our setup (with certificates > 4096B). Case was reopened in 2013 under CSCue01721
From the first words the fix was supposed to be in 15.3(3)T, which is not available, yet. But I got a info from TAC on my case that the available IOS with the fix is 15.2(4)M4 (was released in June). So far we are running without problems over six weeks on 3925+ISM-VPN module. According to CSC, it should be fixed also in another major release 15.3(2)T1 that just came out in August.
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