Cisco Bug: CSCul38816 - PKES INTERRUPT_RATE set to 50000 but "Default value" is defined at 30000
Jun 22, 2020
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Symptom: In the pkesConfiguration file the INTERRUPT_RATE parameter is set to 50000 by default but in the comments for this parameter "Default value: 30000". The comment should match the actual default "INTERRUPT_RATE" value, 50000. Reproduce: Post scratch installation of the PKES software, open the /usr/local/pkes/config/pkesConfiguration. Observe the following: # # Encryption interrupt rate # # This is the number of packets at which the encryption process is interrupted # to check for a query or cancel command from the AMS # # Default value: 30000 # INTERRUPT_RATE = 50000 The "Default value" in the comments does not match the actual default INTERRUPT_RATE value. Conditions: Scratch installation of the system.
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