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Low on mem error when logging into router

when I try to log on, I get the following error:

%% Low on memory; try again later

1w4d: %SYS-2-MALLOCFAIL: Memory allocation of 1664 bytes failed from 0x802261D0,

pool Processor, alignment 0

-Process= "IP-RT Background", ipl= 0, pid= 79

-Traceback= 802243FC 80225E18 802261D4 80221CB4 8022235C 8040884C 802FB320 802FF

E5C 803032EC 8023F090

I have never seen this b4. It has been some time since I logged on and I forgot to write the changes to memory, so I know if I reboot, I will have major issues. so, any help is great.

Should I try when less users are logged on to the wan? (this router is used to access the net) I even try to access it from the net and that is a no go.

thanks

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Re: Low on mem error when logging into router

CCO Output Interpreter/Stack Decoder can be used initially: https://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/Support/OutputInterpreter/home.pl

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Re: Low on mem error when logging into router

A reboot fixed the issue.

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