Cisco Bug: CSCul27315 - BGP Process crash with %ROUTING-BGP-3-NOMSGCHUNK messages
Jul 21, 2018
- Cisco Carrier Routing System
Known Affected Releases
4.1.1.BASE 4.2.4.BASE 5.2.2.ROUT
Symptom: Continuous rise in BGP memory usage followed by a crash with syslog %ROUTING-BGP-3-NOMSGCHUNK. Conditions: Customer has BGP AD VPWS and there is a network churn, There is a churn in the BGP AD VPWS paths, paths are added and deleted continuously for the same Xconnect mp2mp. This will cause the VPWS sub-tlvs to proliferate.
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