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HP 8212 switch high CPU utilization

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Hello,

We are seeing high CPU utilization on one of our switches. Any idea what might be causing this and  where to look next?


Task usage for last 6 sec
 % CPU | Description
-------+--------------------------
   8.8 | Idle
   2.3 | Sessions & I/O
   3.8 | Debug & Test
   2.3 | System Services
  72.0 | SNMP
  11.0 | IP Host/Routing

Software version is  K.15.10.0022

The logs show  relatively high count of SNMP log on/off by our PCM server, but nothing else.

Thanks!
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How often are you collecting SNMP stats?    What happens if you temporarily suspend collecting them?
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SNMP would be consuming too many resources depending on what you are polling for and how frequently you are polling.
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