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Cisco Bug: CSCvi19809 - Memory leak in TMS process

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Jan 25, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco Catalyst 9300 Series Switches

Known Affected Releases

16.6.2

Description (partial)

Symptom:
A Catalyst 3k or 9k  stack may see high memory utilization under the TMS process:

Switch#show platform software status control-processor brief 
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Memory (kB)
 Slot  Status    Total     Used (Pct)     Free (Pct) Committed (Pct)
1-RP0 Healthy  3959052  1064768 (27%)  2894284 (73%)   1248724 (32%)
2-RP0 Healthy  3959052  1063988 (27%)  2895064 (73%)   1249032 (32%)
3-RP0 Critical  3959052  3822996 (97%)   136056 ( 3%)   4548124 (115%)    <<<<<<<<<
4-RP0 Healthy  3959052  2390860 (60%)  1568192 (40%)   3063848 (77%)
5-RP0 Healthy  3959052  1067860 (27%)  2891192 (73%)   1262580 (32%)

Switch#show processes memory platform sorted location switch 3 r0
System memory: 3959052K total, 3822676K used, 136376K free,
Lowest: 136376K
   Pid    Text      Data   Stack   Dynamic       RSS     Total              Name  
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 14578    3847    266488     132     18068    266488   2647076               wcm  
 16229     286    306348     132    103196    306348   2468656    fed main event  
 14296     247   1641028     136   1559076   1641028   2060684               tms      <<<< High utilization under TMS
 11562  148514    640800     136        80    640800   1801568   linux_iosd-imag

Conditions:
No particular conditions needed

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