From your show tech-support you supplied I see all your interface VLANs have input drops. All the counters were never reset so I cannot determine how bad these drops are, however first reset all the counters on your interfaces and see how bad the Input drops are. Next I would determine what interfaces have the most traffic on them. The Input queues are being over-run and so traffic gets dropped when the interface cannot handle the data. All the interfaces are set for FIFO queuing. I would suggest first to increase the input queue size under the interface (input-queue 125 in) This will increase the input queue size to 125. This will decrease the drops, however your overall resolution would be to inplement QOS on your network. This would classify and police the traffic that you deem important... Good Luck..
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