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BGP scanner and cpu load

Hello,

I have 7507 router with rsp4 and 3 bgp peers. 2 on single channels (one peer on its own channel), and 3rd on two equal channels, so i have ebgp-multihop enabled for the last peer. In time when router have ony two peers, bgp scanner works good. But when i attached 3rd multihop peer, each bgp scanner process works with 70-100% CPU load. Any ideas, please ?

7507/rsp4/256M

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Re: BGP scanner and cpu load

In case you didn't see this link: http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/459/highcpu-bgp.html .

Is it possible to filter the routes you accept (eg only accept your upstream and their customers)?

Could it be a memory leak (a process not releasing resources), forcing the CPU to deal with the load?

Steve

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Re: BGP scanner and cpu load

This link is too known to me :) I cannot filter routes, i need full view. This is not a memory leak. It's only appears then new multihop peer arrives.

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Re: BGP scanner and cpu load

BTW This is now hardware failure, this is some mathematics error i think. May be it's 12.1.17 jsv problem..

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