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ziamohdkhan
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SRX Syslog messages

Hi,

 

I have SRX 650 in cluster and they are generating some Syslog messages. What that meaning.

 

Message from syslogd@deviceA at Mar 14 09:34:41 ...
deviceA deviceA SCHED: Thread 24 (TTP Transmit) ran for 1067 ms without yielding

Message from syslogd@deviceA at Mar 14 09:34:41 ...
deviceA deviceA Scheduler Oinker

Message from syslogd@deviceA at Mar 14 09:34:41 ...
deviceA deviceA Frame 00: sp = 0x5ada9960, pc = 0x08020254

Message from syslogd@deviceA at Mar 14 09:34:41 ...
deviceA deviceA Frame 01: sp = 0x5ada9a08, pc = 0x0800c1fc

Message from syslogd@deviceA at Mar 14 09:34:41 ...
deviceA deviceA Frame 02: sp = 0x5ada9a78, pc = 0x082011d4

Message from syslogd@deviceA at Mar 14 09:34:41 ...
deviceA deviceA Frame 03: sp = 0x5ada9ae8, pc = 0x0801fc34

Message from syslogd@deviceA at Mar 14 09:34:41 ...
deviceA deviceA Frame 04: sp = 0x5ada9b10, pc = 0x09dbb6a8

 

Can somebody please help me how to resolve this issue.

 

Regards,

Zia Khan

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Re: SRX Syslog messages

In a BSD multi-threaded environment, threads should release resources in a prescribed time otherwise oinker scheduler messages are generated.

 

I suppose these messages could be critical or non critical depending on what is released.  How busy is this unit?

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Re: SRX Syslog messages

Hi,

 

This unit is too busy and performing full features like IDP, UTM along other features. How could we find which Threads are not released by system or busy with processing.

 

Is there any impact upon the performance.

 

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Zia Khan

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Re: SRX Syslog messages

Using "show system processes extensive" will show you what processes are consuming resources.  This could lead you down the right path.

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Re: SRX Syslog messages

Hi,

 

Please find attached is output from command "show system processes extensive node 0".

 

 

You could revieve it.

 

Regds-Zia

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Re: SRX Syslog messages

The device does not look busy, but I would ask JTAC what this TTP Transmit is just to be sure.

 

I wouldnt consider this anything serious as there are no core dumps or anything right?

 

It is normal operation for BSD to terminate threads running too long and that gives us those Oinker messages

 

What Junos version are you running?

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Re: SRX Syslog messages

Hi,

 

Thanks!!

 

I am using junos 10.4R7.5 version.

 

 

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Zia Mohammad

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Re: SRX Syslog messages

They may tell you to upgrade to the recommended release JUNOS 10.4R8.5.

 

Again if you are worried JTAC will confirm that this TTP Transmit is.

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Re: SRX Syslog messages

Better..!!

 

As only juniper TECH will be aware of all these issues. And can guide us properly.

 

Thanks 

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Re: SRX Syslog messages

You might want to look at free memory as well. Running low can cause processes to start thrashing (so low memory can present as high CPU...)

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