Nick,

Did you find the PR for this memory leak?

On Wed, Jul 4, 2018 at 11:02 AM, Nick Ryce <nick.r...@commsworld.com> wrote:

> If you use BFD, do not upgrade to 17.3R2 as there is a memory leak.  Will
> find the PR.
>
> N
>
> On 04/07/2018, 15:31, "juniper-nsp on behalf of Colton Conor" <
> juniper-nsp-boun...@puck.nether.net on behalf of colton.co...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
>      Gustavo,
>
>     We you say " Another problem was upgrading to the lastest Junos JTAC
>     recommended that made the ACX5048 unusable... ( Junos was unable to
> find
>     the physical ports..)  We had to downgrade to get it back working
> again.."
>     what version was this as JTAC recently changed their recommended
> version?
>     It seem everyone on this thread is talking about software train
> 15.1X54.
>
>     However, the current JTAC recommended version is Junos 17.3R2 as of 14
> May
>     2018. Why is everyone running  15.1X54 code?
>
>     Has anyone upgraded to  Junos 17.3R2 on the ACX's? No matter the
> model, all
>     ACX's current recommended is now  Junos 17.3R2
>
>
>     On Mon, Jul 2, 2018 at 8:11 AM, Gustavo Santos <gustkil...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
>     > I had some issues with ACX5048 , the most noticable was arp packets
> from
>     > pure L2 vlans and VPLS punting to CPU and flooding the default arp
> policer
>     > police..
>     > JTAC was able to reproduce the issue and gave us an option to disable
>     > default arp policer until they release a service release to fix this
> issue
>     > that was solved indeed.
>     >
>     > Another problem was upgrading to the lastest Junos JTAC recommended
> that
>     > made the ACX5048 unusable... ( Junos was unable to find the physical
>     > ports..)  We had to downgrade to get it back working again..
>     >
>     > On Sun, Jul 1, 2018 at 8:05 PM Alexandre Guimaraes <
>     > alexandre.guimar...@ascenty.com> wrote:
>     >
>     >> Better in terms of concept. In term of usage, i still investing in
> qfx5100
>     >>
>     >> Acx5058 Suppose to be a promise of a new future, unfortunately,
> with all
>     >> problematic of the qfx5100 hardware, the acx5048 leak vlan till the
> last
>     >> breath of cpu.... after that, all deamons and services going
> down.... up
>     >> and down, up and down.
>     >>
>     >> I never more brought one peace ACX5048 after jtac didnt responds
> why and
>     >> solution for the leaking...( I have only two acx5048 and hundreds on
>     >> QFX...).
>     >>
>     >> The new promise is the new acx5448. No vlan leaking, a good load
>     >> balance(ae) algorithm, full of this.... full of that.... a lot of
> promise.
>     >>
>     >> Let’s see...
>     >>
>     >> att
>     >> Alexandre
>     >>
>     >> Em 1 de jul de 2018, à(s) 19:31, Colton Conor <
> colton.co...@gmail.com>
>     >> escreveu:
>     >>
>     >> > What is the main difference between these two boxes? Hardware
> wise they
>     >> > look identical. Is there anything on the hardware side that makes
> the
>     >> > ACX5048 better than a QFX5100, or is it only software related?
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