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Your topic was closed because it was answered.  We don't have a mechanism to auto-close topics so we have to close them manually.


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Re: I cannot reply my own topics

Why is my last topic closed? My Question was not answered!

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Re: I cannot reply my own topics

Yes this topic.

But the answer is not helping me at all.

At the customer the queue 3 increases by 100 every second.

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Re: I cannot reply my own topics

Queue is a memory data structure. Its a FIFO(First In First Out) data structure. Its the same here as in programming 

 

This is used to store the transactions of data between the control plane and data plane wrt to the command.

 

Now regarding your issue,

 

What do you see in " show datapath debug dma " ?

 

 

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@Steffen wrote:

Yes this topic.

But the answer is not helping me at all.

At the customer the queue 3 increases by 100 every second.


You should then open a TAC case to provide clarity.  There is nothing in those numbers that will allow anyone on this forum to form a conclusion.


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@A_RAK wrote:

Queue is a memory data structure. Its a FIFO(First In First Out) data structure. Its the same here as in programming 

 

This is used to store the transactions of data between the control plane and data plane wrt to the command.

 

Now regarding your issue,

 

What do you see in " show datapath debug dma " ?

 

 

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--Problem Solved? Click "Accepted Solution" in a post.

 

 


That is a cool generic answer but again, the op should open a TAC case, because the output of that number is not conclusive.


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Re: I cannot reply my own topics

Totally agree with you on that part colin. 

 

@Steffen

 

Queue 3 increasing by a 100 every second does not give any information that could be used to solve your issue.

 

It just raises more generic questions such as, how many queues are there in the first place? and what is the behaviour of the other queues, but none that would apply to you.

 

Like Colin mentioned, I honestly dont think that would be enough information to solve your problem.

 

Please open a TAC Ticket to get this analyzed.

 

The TAC would be able to analyze the situation in a more granular way.

 

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