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Cisco Bug: CSCuo11728 - [sys-test] aaamgr/sessmgr in warn state due to excessive memory usage

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Dec 26, 2016

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASR 5000 Series

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There were no sessmgrs/aaamgrs in "warn" state for first 1 hour . After one hour ,aaamgr went in "warn" state on both active ,standby chassis .After 7 hours, sessmgr is seen "in warn state on both active and standby chassis. while if test is allowed to run for next 24 hours, the sessmgr instances on active chassis return to "good" state.

instances using excessive memory for some duration and then recovers to normal. The observation is from particular custom setup. Trigger point is not derived
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