Statement introduced in Junos OS Release 12.3.
dynamic-threshold option introduced in Junos OS Release 19.1R1 for the QFX Series.
The egress shared buffer pool is divided into three partitions. Each partition reserves a percentage of the available shared buffer pool for a type of traffic, so that the switch provides enough resources to support a mix of best-effort, lossless, and multicast traffic (multicast also includes broadcast and destination lookup fail traffic). To better support the mix of traffic on your network, you can optimize the allocation of egress shared buffers to different types of traffic by fine-tuning the shared buffer partitions.
OCX Series switches do not support lossless transport.
The percentages you configure for the three egress shared buffer partitions must total exactly 100 percent. If the total of the three shared buffer percentages is not 100 percent, the system returns a commit error and does not commit the configuration. You can configure any partition to 0 (zero) percent as long as the allocation to other partitions totals 100 percent.
This is a global allocation that applies to all ports. All ports on the switch receive the same allocation of egress shared buffers.
If you do not configure buffer partitions, the switch uses the default partitioning.
Changing the buffer configuration is a disruptive event. Traffic stops on all ports until buffer reprogramming is complete.
The default egress buffer partition shown in Table 1 supports networks with a balanced mix of best-effort, multicast, and lossless traffic. It is the recommended configuration if you are using the default configuration with two lossless forwarding classes.
The sum of the default percentages configured for each partition is 100 percent. The sum of the partition percentages must always total 100 percent.
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