Cisco Bug: CSCum86201 - HTTP inspector memory leak
Nov 10, 2014
- Cisco ASA Next-Generation Firewall Services
Known Affected Releases
9.1(2) 9.2(1.2.50) 9.2(2.1)
Symptom: The symptom shows one or two instances of HTTP inspector increasing in memory usage. The number of flows in transit being handles by the particular instance in question is almost same as that for the instances that do not have increasing memory usage in show opdata http summary command output. Conditions: One of the possible conditions that could trigger this is below. A large number of request transactions can accumulate on an HTTP 1.1 keep-alive flow overtime, that do not have server responses or have corrupt responses. TCP session doe not not idle because of keep alive.
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