Cisco Bug: CSCun27252 - SNMP memory leak observed with snmp-server host configuration
Aug 14, 2020
- Cisco ASR 920 Series Aggregation Services Router
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Symptom: A rapid memory leak may be observed on an ASR900-series (ASR903, ASR920) router. This is observed in SNMP: the output of 'show memory allocating-process totals' will show "SNMP MEDIUM CHUNK" and "SNMP VB CHUNK" consistently growing in size: <pre> Allocator PC Summary for: Processor Displayed first 2048 Allocator PCs only PC Total Count Name 0x11E22F70 72245180 8532 SNMP MEDIUM CHU <-- 0x13968E54 65550956 7746 SNMP MEDIUM CHU <-- 0x13968E74 44386648 61629 SNMP VB CHUNK <-- </pre> Conditions: ASR903/920 system running affected code and having 'snmp-server host' configured.
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