Re: Connecting interfaces and high CPU utilisation on IOS CAT6K
Alphonse, check this link which will give you an idea of why high cpu occurs and under what circumstances, for example if an interface changes state up/down it would depend if that paricular interface is directly connected to an adjacent router and whether interface is particupating in some type of routing protocols, I have seen interfaces for example participating in OSPF and if interface is constantly in a bouncing scenarion it may trigger cpu spike due to OSPF recalculations, this could be just one example and may not be your case, but there are other factors and show commands to help you check the router or switch in spotting the cause of high cpu spikes discribed in bellow link for you to check and make your own judgement..
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