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Name "main thread" in the output of the "show memory processor allocating-process totals" command

Hey folks,

I need to check which process is consuming the most amount of memory on the router. I used the "show memory processor allocating-process totals" command. The output is attached.

The main-thread is consuming more than 13 MB of memory. But what does this "main-thread" mean? How can I define which process (or processes) is consuming this entire amount of memory?

Router Model: Cisco 2911
IOS: c2951-universalk9-mz.SPA.153-3.M5.bin

Thank you very much in advance,

Carlos.

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Pretty complicated. I

Pretty complicated. I recommend getting help from the TAC, if possible...

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Threads are instances

Threads are instances generated by certain processes. A single process can generate several threads. Try rebooting the router.

Hi Carlos,

Hi Carlos,

take a look at the following links for a better understand of your problem:

Memory Leaks Troubleshooting
Cisco CLI Analyser

Besides that ... if you have any older logs, then check if this problem is new or already exists.


Hope this helps

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Re: Hi Carlos,

Many thanks, Marcelo! Your response was a great help!

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