Output buffers swapped out is a feature of the RSP-based Cisco 7xxx systems. If the outbound interface transmit queue is full, then the
packet is copied from a hardware buffer to DRAM, then copied back to the transmit queue when there is room. If you are using fancy
queuing (such as fair, custom, priority) then you cannot disable this feature; however, when not using fancy queueing you can disable the
buffer swapouts with the following interface command:
no transmit-buffers backing-store.
This prevents packets from being dropped in the output path, however it can add latency to the packet transit time. If your applications are very time-sensitive, then it may be preferable to disable this feature.
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