I have a big problem. I have two routers facing the internet running BGP. All of a sudden they are really slow traffic wise. It's 100ms to ping from the switch they are directly connected to, to the router istself.
Here is a memory usage picture.
Processor Pool Total: 979889200 Used: 241203728 Free: 738685472
I/O Pool Total: 12582912 Used: 5156256 Free: 7426656
PID TTY Allocated Freed Holding Getbufs Retbufs Process
231 0 161303344 1808148 157218772 0 0 BGP Router
98 0 65189896 2189796 65199868 0 0 IP RIB Update
0 0 47115968 12075128 19920736 0 0 *Init*
54 0 654568 1272 635296 0 0 USB Startup
178 0 325016 47512 296468 0 0 IPSEC key engine
Do you think it's a memory issue or do you think it might be something else.
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