Cisco Bug: CSCuj81366 - %IP-VRRP-3-ERR_NO_MEM
May 09, 2018
- Cisco ASR 9000 Series Aggregation Services Routers
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Symptom: After configuration commit, the following error message is seen in logs: %IP-VRRP-3-ERR_NO_MEM : Out of heap memory (failed attempt to reserve 4294967292 bytes) ...shortly followed by process crash. After process restart issue resolves with no outward symptoms. Conditions: Defect caused by a misconfiguration. Occurs when a VRRP Virtual IP address (vIP) is modified, changing it from being in a working state to a non-working state. Example: If a VRRP vIP is configured correctly so that it's on a valid subnet - one that it's host interface is on - and the vIP is changed so that it's on an invalid subnet. Memory error and crash occur shortly after this transition.
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