Processor memory block headers rather than perform a software forced reload

By default, if the router detects corruption in memory block headers, it initiates a software-forced reload. If a software problem is detected in the network and we decide it’s safe for us to rely on the router correcting this corruption, we can configure the router to do so.

Starting 12.3(7)T, IOS gives you this ability a long with options to control the maximum frequency at which corruptions are detected and the absolute number of times the router is allowed to correct it and not initiate a software-forced reload.

Below is the command to do it.

R1(config)#exception memory ignore overflow processor frequency 300 provided this is needed every 5 minutes or more.

By default, if the router detects corruption in memory block headers, it initiates a software-forced reload. If a software problem is detected in the network and we decide it’s safe for us to rely on the router correcting this corruption, we can configure the router to do so.

Starting 12.3(7)T, IOS gives you this ability a long with options to control the maximum frequency at which corruptions are detected and the absolute number of times the router is allowed to correct it and not initiate a software-forced reload.

Below is the command to do it.

R1(config)#exception memory ignore overflow processor frequency 300

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