rodunn at cisco
Aug 30, 2006, 5:55 AM
Post #2 of 2
On Wed, Aug 30, 2006 at 07:31:50PM +0700, a. Rahman Isnaini r. Sutan wrote:
> Dear NSP list,
> Does any body has your router to increase the CPU on check heaps process
> particularly ?
Every router we make does it. It simply runs in the background as a low
priority every 60 seconds looking for any signs of memory corruption.
You can simply ignore it.
Make sure nobody has turned on any of the 'scheduler heapcheck' additional
> What may cause this to raise up ?
> I did googling for some information, but still got not much explanation.
> Any suggestion would be appreciated.
> a.Rahman Isnaini.r.sutan
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