When you configure static route without vrf, it will be in global routing table and when you configure with vrf tag, it will be placed in the mentioned VRF routing table.
So when a packet is received on this router, decision will be taken based on the incoming interface. If the incoming interface is in global rable, lookup will happen on global routing table. If the interface is part of any VRF, lookup will happen on that specific VRF routing table.
So to my knowledge, there wont be race between static route in global table and VRF table.
Introduction: The "external-out enable" command is available for
configuration under the "router ospf process" in case of the IOS-XR
operating system. This command basically enables advertisement of
intra-area routes on the device as external routes in th...
IntroductionIn this article we'll discuss how to troubleshoot packet
loss in the asr9000 and specifically understanding the NP drop counters,
what they mean and what you can do to mitigate them. This document will
be an ongoing effort to improve troublesh...