An NE80E Port Alternated Between Up and Down Caused High CPU Usage on the System

Created: Mar 26, 2016 18:22:43Latest reply: Mar 27, 2016 06:25:03 1312 1 0 0
An NE80E was connected to an S8505, and NE80E ran only OSPF. The CPU usage of the NE80E's system control board remained at 80%, and the services attached to NE80E were abnormal.
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jack_6  Visitor   Created Mar 27, 2016 06:25:03 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Handling Process

Huawei ran the display CPU command to check the CPU usage details.

<JL_ERJU_NE80E>display cpu 

===== Current CPU usage info =====

CPU Usage Stat. Cycle: 41 (Second)

CPU Usage            : 80% Max: 100%

CPU Usage Stat. Time : 2007-01-14  11:31:11

CPU Usage Stat. Tick : 0x14dd5(CPU Tick High) 0xc29237ba(CPU Tick Low)

Actual Stat. Cycle   : 0x0(CPU Tick High) 0x52d6f3c1(CPU Tick Low)

TaskName        CPU        Runtime(CPU Tick High/CPU Tick Low)

VIDL            20%               0/4b0cc55a

TICK             0%               0/  3fec31

IPCR             0%               0/   5c1d9

VPR             0%               0/  654822

VPS             0%               0/   c4dc1

Ecm             0%               0/   f62bf

IPCQ             0%               0/  2789e8

RPCQ             0%               0/   24f9b

STND             0%               0/   f1a21

CFA             0%               0/   2ce2d

INFO             0%               0/    17e0

ROUT             73%               0/ 2c53b5a

LSPM             0%               0/  879998

LDP             1%               0/ 12d4d19

RSVP             0%               0/   6df3d

CSPF             0%               0/  26003d

TNLM             0%               0/   51884

SRM             0%               0/  168be9

LOAD             0%               0/    d34a

DIAG             0%               0/   17590

CAN             0%               0/   38950

DNTM             0%               0/    3d7d

FIB             1%               0/ 103ed78

SOCK             0%               0/  287931

VTYD             0%               0/   7f743

IPSP             0%               0/    10e9

IKE             0%               0/    1c73

L2TP             0%               0/   147cd

AGNT             0%               0/    1000

TRAP             0%               0/   4ca1d

MDMT             0%               0/  25398f

NTPT             0%               0/  477cb1

TAC             0%               0/   9fc73

UCM             0%               0/    2372

Huawei ran the display ospf brief command on the NE80E and found that SPF calculation was performed frequently.



         OSPF Process 1 with Router ID 61.138.129.184

                 OSPF Protocol Information

RouterID: 61.138.129.184   Border Router:  AREA  AS 

Route Tag: 0 

Multi-VPN-Instance is not enabled

Applications Supported: MPLS Traffic-Engineering 

Spf-schedule-interval: 5

Default ASE parameters: Metric: 1 Tag: 1 Type: 2

Route Preference: 10 

ASE Route Preference: 150 

SPF Computation Count: 1557838 

RFC 1583 Compatible

OSPF is in protocol hot standby state: Real-Time Backup

Area Count: 2   Nssa Area Count: 0 

ExChange/Loading Neighbors: 0





Huawei ran the display ospf error  command and found that the number of OSPF interface down times increased.



         OSPF Process 1 with Router ID 61.138.129.184

                 OSPF packet error statistics 

0   : IP: received my own packet     0   : OSPF bad packet 

0   : OSPF bad version               0   : OSPF bad checksum 

170300 : OSPF bad area id               0   : OSPF drop on unnumber interface 

0   : OSPF bad virtual link          0   : OSPF bad authentication type 

0   : OSPF bad authentication key    0   : OSPF packet too small 

0   : OSPF packet size > ip length   0   : OSPF transmit error  

765024 : OSPF interface down            13  : OSPF unknown neighbor 

0   : HELLO: netmask mismatch        0   : HELLO: hello timer mismatch 

0   : HELLO: dead timer mismatch     0   : HELLO: extern option mismatch 

4   : HELLO: router id confusion     0   : HELLO: virtual neighbor unknown 

0   : HELLO: NBMA neighbor unknown   1   : DD: neighbor state low 

0   : DD: router id confusion        0   : DD: extern option mismatch 

0   : DD: unknown LSA type           1   : LS ACK: neighbor state low 

634989 : LS ACK: bad ack                0   : LS ACK: duplicate ack 

0   : LS ACK: unknown LSA type       0   : LS REQ: neighbor state low 

0   : LS REQ: empty request          0   : LS REQ: bad request 

0   : LS UPD: LSA checksum bad       181627 : LS UPD: received less recent LSA 



Huawei found that a port on the NE80E alternated frequently between Up and Down states. As a result, the OSPF SPF calculation was performed repeatedly, which caused high CPU usage. Root Cause

The possible causes of the issue were as follows:

1. The system control board received a large number of packets.

2. Repeated routing calculations were performed. Solution

Shut down the port that alternated frequently between Up and Down states.

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