tim at interworx
Jul 19, 2012, 1:44 AM
Post #7 of 18
I have 11 groups configured, mostly eBGP. No alert messages.
Also not sure if we are hitting PR722890, as we don't see the error in
Cannot perform nh operation DELETE nhop (null) type unicast index 717 errno 1
As RAS confirmed the bug is still there, I'll have to work on getting as
much as Multihop loopback sessions as possible and configuring a static
default route towards cores to prevent blackholing (bleh...)
Turns out that my ultra expensive boxes / linecards are worth rubbish in
some cases :(
On 18-07-12 21:37, david.roy [at] orange wrote:
> How many groups do you have?
> David Roy
> NOC Engineer at Orange France
> JNCIE-SP #703 ; JNCIE-ENT #305
> De : juniper-nsp-bounces [at] puck [juniper-nsp-bounces [at] puck] de la part de Richard A Steenbergen [ras [at] e-gerbil]
> Date d'envoi : mercredi 18 juillet 2012 20:15
> À : Tim Vollebregt
> Cc : Juniper-NSP
> Objet : Re: [j-nsp] route BGP stall bug
> On Wed, Jul 18, 2012 at 12:03:39AM +0200, Tim Vollebregt wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> This morning during a maintenance I experienced the route stall bug
>> Richard mentioned a few times already on j-nsp.
>> Hardware kit:
>> -MX480 with SCB (non-e)
>> -2 x RE-S-1800x4
>> -4 x MPC 3D 16x 10GE
>> Software version: 10.4R8.5
>> During this maintenance I was placing 2 new routing engines into the
>> router, replacing the 'old' RE-S-2000. This router is pushing a lot of
>> traffic and receiving 14 x full BGP tables from eBGP peers/1 RR
>> session to it's 'mate'/several iBGP peers with partial tables
> Rest assured this issue is still alive and well in every piece of code
> I've ever looked at. I've basically just given up and accepted that
> Juniper can't actually handle a large number of routes, and nobody seems
> capable of fixing it. EX's are especially bad, I can't get a full fib
> installed from a reboot in anything less than an hour, even if I turn
> off most of the BGP sessions so it converges faster. Either stop
> carrying so many routes (14x full tables = you're screwed), or go buy a
> Cisco. :(
> Richard A Steenbergen <ras [at] e-gerbil> http://www.e-gerbil.net/ras
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