Cisco Bug: CSCtb09757 - SNMP-ENGINE CPU spike to 85% when snmpwalk thru ciscoGprsAccPtMIB
Jan 30, 2017
- Cisco 7600 Gateway GPRS Support Node
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CAVEAT DESCRIPTION FROM PUBLISHED RELEASE NOTE The Cisco GGSN encounters a CPU spike on the SNMP-ENGINE process when an snmpwalk is made over ciscoGprsAccPtMIB. This condition occurs when querying ciscoGprsAccPtMIB when there are existing PDPs. ORIGINAL ENGINEERING RELEASE NOTE DESCRIPTION Symptom: Cisco GGSN Running R9.0 image facing a cpu spike on SNMP-ENGINE process when a snmpwalk is made over ciscoGprsAccPtMIB. Conditions: This happens when querying ciscoGprsAccPtMIB when pdps are there.
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