If you look at queues 2, 3, 4,5 - they are at 1 %.. I really dont know the correlation of class-maps to the drop packets output that you showed above. For us we are getting tail drops at queue4, because COS 3 is mapped directly to queue 4 (which should not be the case). COS 0-4 should normally map to default class, but it wasnt
Are my assumptions about the output discards correct relating to the fact there is no relevant mapping for the modified egress queues in the default system policy - Yes.. if you modify the default policies with another policy-map, you would still see output discards if the new policy is not applied to interface using "service-policy type queuing output abc" command
Where in the config guide is this? I've seen some reference that infer it, but don't actually point it out. - closest i have seen is this URL:
I'm sure someone can explain to me why this is a system wide config item, rather than on a per vdc basis - may be by design.. eveyrhingt points to default vdc .. may be this would change with newer IOS versions ?
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