Would anyone know if it possible to prioritize a certain process, or for that matter only allow certain processes to consume X amount of CPU?
Consider the following scenario. Two 7304s with NSE100s running full BGP tables with iBGP between them. iBGP peering is established using loopbacks. The loopback addresses are passed via the physical infrastructure using an IGP (EIGRP).
At the moment, when one of the eBGP peers flap, the BGP scanner process hits the CPU hard, staying at 100% for over 60 seconds. During this time EIGRP cannot process the hello packets and looses neighbours, which wreaks havoc as one could imagine. How could I get over this? Would using the scheduler command set to lower intervals help?
We are pleased to announce availability of Beta software for 16.6.3.
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looking for early feedback from customers befor...
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