Cisco defines this as the number of received "no packet buffer" packets.
This is the number of times that no packet buffer was available to store an incoming packet. In this condition, the router or L3 switch drops the complete packet.
I have a hunch that the X4448, being only having 6Gbps of shared bandwidth to the switching fabric, is probably being oversubscribed and eventually running out of rx buffers. This is especially true if you have a number of hosts/servers/uplinks running 1000BaseT.
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