RE: [cisco-ttl] 4506 CPU problem

From: Serhat Uslay <serhat.uslay_at_....>
Date: Thu Dec 14 2006 - 01:42:41 EET

En fazla CPU kullanan process ler asagida. "sh platform health" herhalde eksikti , onu bana attachment olarak yollarmisin (sh config ile beraber) ? bunlar icinde CDP bana fazla gibi gozuktu. Gerekli olmadigi yerlerde cdp kaldir. Birde spanning tree loop olabilir. STP ye ihtiyacin olmadigi portlarda "portfast" kullanarak STP yi durdur.Eger bunlar hala problemi cozmezse CPU port sniffing yaparak CPU ya giden paketleri gormemiz gerekir. Bunun icin asagidaki dokumana bak. Ethereal ciktisi yollarsan CPU ya giden paketlere bakip fikrimi soyleyebilirim.

13      334208   1144527        292  0.15%  0.14%  0.15%   0 ARP Input 
34     1718052    299630       5733  0.55%  0.60%  0.61%   0 IDB Work
  68      905292    480199       1885  2.23%  0.56%  0.42%   0 CDP 
  73     2397620  12117760        197  0.79%  0.81%  0.79%   0 IP Input
  76     7380668   3884189       1900  2.95%  2.46%  2.46%   0 Spanning 

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