Dropping of ICMP packets during periods of high load
I'm trying to diagnose a network problem where the main symptom is that ping packets seem to be occasionally dropped (< 2% of the time). I know that ICMP is low-priority and can be dropped during high load. I think that might be what's happening here, but it looks like it's happening as soon as the cpu utilization starts getting over 10%. Is that normal?
Re: Dropping of ICMP packets during periods of high load
Does the address that you are pinging belong to a router? If yes, it may be ok. But if you are pinging a pc through a router, then it is not normal. You shd try identify where the packets get droped/corrupted.
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