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JunOS 9.4 LPDFD process - what is it?

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03.02.09   |  
‎03-02-2009 05:25 AM

LPDFD JunOS 9.4R1.8 process - what is it?

This process has overflowed /mfs file system with log files /mfs/var/lpdfd/log.00000000xx.

 

 

 

 

 

Message Edited by AlexK on 03-02-2009 05:56 AM
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Re: JunOS 9.4 LPDFD process - what is it?

03.02.09   |  
‎03-02-2009 06:08 PM

 

Hi AlexK,

 

 LPDFD is an internal JUNOS module that controls (mostly) VOIP resources in the system and I'm not 100% sure at this point why your logfiles did not rotate.

 

 I'd suggest to open a case with JTAC and have it analyzed.

 

 Cheers,

 Erdem

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Re: JunOS 9.4 LPDFD process - what is it?

03.12.09   |  
‎03-12-2009 12:01 PM

Hi,

this looks like matching PR 427488 (internal PR), which got fixed in following JUNOS releases:  9.4R3,  9.5R1, 9.6R1 and higher
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Re: JunOS 9.4 LPDFD process - what is it?

01.21.10   |  
‎01-21-2010 12:48 AM

Hi,

 

What will be the temporarily solution for this? Do we need to delete some files if we will not upgrade to a higher SW version? What will be the impact if we did not delete any file and the /mfs remains 100%?

 

thanks

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Re: JunOS 9.4 LPDFD process - what is it?

06.16.10   |  
‎06-16-2010 10:32 PM

try to issue this command

 

1. restart this daemon:

> restart local-policy-decision-function

2. disable lpdfd:

# set system processes local-policy-decision-function disable

# commit

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Re: JunOS 9.4 LPDFD process - what is it?

01.19.12   |  
‎01-19-2012 12:22 AM

Hi All,

 

We have 2 other PRs about this daemon

 

 NUMBER  666217
SEVERITY  major
CATEGORY  sw
STATE  open
SYNOPSIS  lpdfd process getting invoked without any related config
RELEASE NOTE  lpdfd process getting invoked without any related config. Workaround is to disable the process using 'set system process <name>'command.
RESOLVED IN  10.4R7; 11.1R5; 11.2R2; 11.4R1
ARRIVAL DATE  2011-06-26 09:43:35
LAST MODIFIED  2011-09-22 14:23:32
CLOSE DATE  -

 

 

NUMBER  495363
SEVERITY  major
CATEGORY  sw
STATE  open
SYNOPSIS  LPDFD daemon running at 95% CPU utilization
RELEASE NOTE  Under certain conditions the replication socket between two REs for the local policy decision function process (LPDFD) does not close properly. This results in high cpu consumption by LPDFD. As a workaround, restart the local policy decision function process (lpdfd) on the master RE 'restart local-policy-decision-function'.
COMMITTED-IN RELEASE  9.5R4; 9.6R3; 10.0R3; 10.1R1; 10.2R1; 10.3R1
RESOLVED IN  9.5R4; 9.6R3; 10.0R3; 10.1R1; 10.3R1
ARRIVAL DATE  2009-12-18 12:27:32
LAST MODIFIED  2011-10-17 06:37:30
CLOSE DATE  -