High CPU utilization for "hulc running con" process
I have a 3560E switch and we are seeing spikes of high CPU utilization for the "hulc running con" process.
My understanding of this process is that it is used to copy the switch configuration from the master to the slaves in a stack configuration. Since we are not running the switch in a stack (is this even possible with a 3560E switch) why would the "hulc running con" be running on the switch?
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