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    Configuring Memory Warning Parameters

    You can set up the router to send memory warning messages when memory utilization reaches a specified value. You can use the memory command to configure memory warning parameters. You set a high memory utilization value and an abated memory utilization value. When the system reaches the high utilization value, it sends warning messages. When memory usage falls to the abated utilization value, the system stops sending warning messages.

    To configure memory warning parameters:

    • Execute the memory command in Global Configuration mode.
      host1(config)#memory warning 80 70

      Use the no version to return to the default values, 85 for high utilization and 75 for abated memory utilization.

     
     

    Published: 2014-08-12