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High Memory Consumption by Process usdpAll (Doc ID 2435437.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 27, 2020

Applies to:

Acme Packet 1100 - Version E-Cz7.4.0 and later
Acme Packet 3900 - Version E-Cz7.4.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

The memory leakage issue after the software upgrade on this device from 7.3 to 7.5.  it appears to be using a lot more memory than before and there is a process "usdpALL" taking 25% of CPU which it was not there before the patch.

Current statistics

Procs: 78 Int: 2 CPUs: 2 Mem: 3790M Swap: 0M Kern: 0% CPU: 30% IO: 0%
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PID Process Name CPU % Memory Resident Locked Threads Files
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2253 usdpAll 25.3% 1184M 30M 0K 17 33 ========================>
2771 usbc 3.9% 3207M 727M 0K 175 461
2778 kni_single 0.4% 0K 0K 0K 1 0
2773 media 0.2% 1140M 27M 0K 11 19
2252 manager 0.2% 164M 29M 0K 11 15
14442 kworker/1:0 0.0% 0K 0K 0K 1 0
3052 ntpd 0.0% 24M 3M 0K 1 13
2898 kjournald 0.0% 0K 0K 0K 1 0
2876 kjournald 0.0% 0K 0K 0K 1 0
2749 aster 0.0% 315M 7M 0K 15 11
2215 monitor 0.0% 141M 25M 0K 12 15
2194 kworker/0:2 0.0% 0K 0K 0K 1 0
2114 udhcpd 0.0% 14M 1M 0K 1 6
2111 udpsvd 0.0% 14M 492K 0K 1 3
1761 fork_server 0.0% 75M 5M 0K 1 4
1714 syslogd 0.0% 14M 132K 0K 1 4
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Totals: 30.2% 2242M 862M 0K 313 596
 

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