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Cisco Bug: CSCta42913 - PPPoEoA Model F: queue move in progress forever after changing bandwidth

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Feb 08, 2017

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers

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With downstream traffic, queue move was in progress forever after changing bandwidth in one child policy-map. 

Throughput was wrong in this state.

*Jun 29 16:18:23.352: %CPPBQS-4-QMOVEPROC: F0: cpp_cp:  CPP 0 schedule  queue move in progress

asr09#show platform software object-manager F0 statistics                 
Forwarding Manager Asynchronous Object Manager Statistics

Object update: Pending-issue: 0, Pending-acknowledgement: 0
Batch begin:   Pending-issue: 0, Pending-acknowledgement: 0
Batch end:     Pending-issue: 0, Pending-acknowledgement: 1
Command:       Pending-acknowledgement: 0
Command:       Stale-objects: 0


This symptom is observed in PPPoEoA config that has multiple PPP sessions connected to one sub-interface (pvc) on PTA. Sessions have two types of 2-level session policy-maps (QoS model F). After changing bandwidth configuration in a child policy-map belonging to one of the session policy-maps, queue move is stuck.
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