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CPU usage increase after nos7.4.1b firmware upgrade

  • 19 April 2021
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Hi everyone, I recently upgraded the firmware to nos7.4.1b.

After firmware upgrade, CPU usage increased to 70%~80% on average.

When checking using the command “show process cpu”, l2sysd is high.

What does this daemon do, and I want to know why this daemon's CPU usage is high.

 

CA6-E-GCLOUD-PUB-6-L2-UP-12R13# show process cpu
Rbridge-id: 1
Realtime Statistics:
Load Average: One minute: 2.56; Five minutes: 2.29; Fifteen minutes: 2.21
Total CPU Utilization: 
Current:   59.00% (user procs:10.00%, system-kernel:50.00%, iowait:0.00%)

Active Processes Lifetime Statistic:
Legend(State): D - uninterruptible sleep R - running S - interruptible sleep 
               T - stopped W - paging X - dead Z - defunct zombie

  PID   Process           CPU%   State      Started
 3006   l2sysd            63.30    R       02:47:12 Apr 11, 2021
 7777   sshd              24.10    S       13:09:38 Apr 19, 2021
 4875   CBR_RX_DISPATCH   6.80    S       02:48:54 Apr 11, 2021

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Best answer by Michael Andreas Dinius 19 April 2021, 07:22

 

 

Hi ,

it seems you possibly  hit Field Notice FN-2020-456 VDX IPC-5024 fail messages and l2sysd and fab_vcsd unexpected reload.

The full field notice and suggested work around can be found here: https://extremeportal.force.com/ExtrArticleDetail?an=000090929

 

Regards

Michael

 

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Hi ,

it seems you possibly  hit Field Notice FN-2020-456 VDX IPC-5024 fail messages and l2sysd and fab_vcsd unexpected reload.

The full field notice and suggested work around can be found here: https://extremeportal.force.com/ExtrArticleDetail?an=000090929

 

Regards

Michael

 

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