Fields to worry about here are "no memory " fields in the big and very big buffers. Are these couters increasing? For a stable data flow pattern these values should stop increasing. You can monitor these values for a few days. In case of a remarkable increase you may think about buffer tuning. Link below may help:
Thanks for your replay. I have viewed that web link before I post my question. Its not really helping me for my problem here.
I have been monitoring my router for the last a few days. Definitely there is no memory leaking and buffer leaking. But I still got "no memory" incrementing for big buffer and very big buffer even I have plenty free memory in the router.
I will adjust the buffer settings and reload the router. Keep monitoring the router for a few days.
My next question is that: If I see some input errors from some of the router interface, is that will cause this buffer no memory incrementing?
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