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RE: Cisco 7507, erratic behaviour
- From: Newell, Tony
- Date: Sat Feb 08 15:23:00 2003
I'm sure that by now you have reloaded your router and everything is working
great; however, in the future treat this issue like a memory usage problem.
When this problem returns here are some things you can look for;
1. Low processing memory
2. Too many telnet sessions
3. Hung TCP connections
4. Memory fragmentation
From: Haesu [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, February 07, 2003 4:28 PM
To: Drew Weaver
Subject: Re: Cisco 7507, erratic behaviour
I've seen that before.
It's usually okay to just leave it running unless you really have a need
to show the running-config at this hour.
If I were you, I would wait and reboot the whole thing at like 4 in the
morning when not many people are online.
On Fri, 7 Feb 2003, Drew Weaver wrote:
> Howdy, Im having a little difficulty with a 7507, when I do sh run
> it just returns a newline and doesn't show me any the
running-configuration. My privelege level is 15, and this worked yesterday.
I also did wr term,
> same thing.. New line.. Nothing.. My start-config hasn't been modified,
> show start works great. Everything is working Ok in the router, however I
> concerned for obvious reasons. ;-)
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