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Cisco Bug: CSCte81326 - CLI script issuing 'show run all' produces cpu-hog

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Nov 08, 2016

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASA 5500-X Series Firewalls

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If the command 'show run all' is executed on the ASA, a short cpu-hog might be experienced. The following syslog might be generated:

%ASA-4-711004: Task ran for 4 msec, Process = rtcli async executor process, PC = 8c368eb, Call stack =   0x08C368EB  0x08C390D6  0x08C39185  0x0000037F  0xCC8C958C

If the packet rate is high enough through the firewall, the overrun counter might increment on an interface of the firewall when this issue occurs.

The command 'show run all' must be executed at the CLI of the ASA. The problem is seen when the command is executed by an automated script.
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