I have been noted some congestion on ports connected to my GGC port channel and I can't figure out what is happening here.
Is there any issues about the flow control o buffer sharing?
The max shared buffer on ports are at 100% already and the version of the box (X460-24T) is 126.96.36.199 v1554b2
There's 4 sharings and all are droping packets.
Any thought about that?
Port Congestion Monitor Tue Jul 28 22:10:47 2015Port Link Packet
1 A 40915183
2 A 41080619
3 A 40892745
4 A 40811054
5 A 39540703
6 A 39739627
7 A 39937877
8 A 40004508
9 A 40476716
10 A 40276213
11 A 40333055
12 A 40588116
in our environment we have a similar problem with IP Phones and it was due to CRC on stack cables between the stacked x460. Are you using standalone switch or stacked switchs ? If it is stacked, I suggest of watching the stack cables state with "show ports stack-port rxerror".
Jumbo-frame is already on.
This switch is only for server communcation to our network, there's is a Google Global cache, Akamai and Netflix connected and then a port-channel of 20Gbps total (2x10Gbps) to a Juniper MX80.
We don't have Aruba at all, just Ubiquiti in some wireless clients.
And about the question of qos profile, only one configured as below:
SW-GGC # sh configuration | i qoscreate qosprofile "QP6"
configure dot1p type 7 qosprofile QP6
Do you by chance have Aruba wireless in your environment? I would enable jumbo frames on all of the switches and see if that resolves your issues... "enable jumbo-frame port all" - Have seen in the field this occur and enabling jumbo frames has resolved it every time. There is no penalty to having jumbo-frame enabled.
I think you are suffering from microbursts where the traffic shortly (a few milliseconds) exceed 100 % utilization. show port util cannot show microbursts and on high speed ports buffer quickly runs out. With all ports averaging above 50 % I bet you if you would take a look in real life those ports are on 100 % now and then.