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Cisco Bug: CSCvu37848 - Traceback: Processes show 0% usage in 'show processes cpu platform sorted location'

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Jul 29, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASR 900 Series Aggregation Services Routers

Known Affected Releases

16.6.6

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Processes show 0% usage in 'show processes cpu platform sorted location'

Conditions:
Use a standby RSP, when the CPU usage is gathered from this card the processes show 0%:

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Router# show processes cpu platform sorted location R1
CPU utilization for five seconds: 100%, one minute: 100%, five minutes: 100%
Core 0: CPU utilization for five seconds: 100%, one minute: 100%, five minutes: 100%
Core 1: CPU utilization for five seconds: 100%, one minute: 100%, five minutes: 100%
   Pid    PPid    5Sec    1Min    5Min  Status         Size  Name
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 32576       1      0%      0%      0%  S           8966144  rotee
 32169       1      0%      0%      0%  S           8966144  rotee
 31971   29421      0%      0%      0%  S          65654784  cmcc
 31849       1      0%      0%      0%  S           8966144  rotee
 31840   20454      0%      0%      0%  S           5152768  pman.sh
 31755   26752      0%      0%      0%  S         187101184  fman_fp_image
 31726   25849      0%      0%      0%  S           5156864  pman.sh
 31578       1      0%      0%      0%  S           8966144  rotee
 31306   20454      0%      0%      0%  S           5222400  pman.sh
 31083   27481      0%      0%      0%  S          42594304  psd
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