This issue is resolved in Spectrum 10.2.1, and is addressed with Spectrum_10.02.00.PTF_10.2.029*
* This patch is Spectrum_10.02.00.PTF_10.2.020, with the addition of the fixes for the memory leaks found in the VPN and VLAN codes. See TEC1779157 for more information regarding Spectrum_10.02.00.PTF_10.2.020 (https://www.ca.com/us/services-support/ca-support/ca-support-online/knowledge-base-articles.TEC1779157.html)
The Release Notes for this patch are as follows:
This is a Program Temporary Fix (PTF) patch for the following issue:
Symptom: Unknown SpectroSERVER memory growth over time.
Resolution: Included all known memory leak fixes included in 10.2.1.
Symptom: Rare but consistent SpectroSERVER hangs due to multiple problems with the SNMP subsystem. Symptoms can include failed online backups, failed shutdowns and invalid management agent lost alarms.
Resolution: Major overhaul of SNMP subsystem, designed to improve efficiency and stability.
Symptom: Secure Domain Connector( SDC ) always listens for SNMP traps and SDM connections on all interfaces.
Resolution: Extended Secure Domain Connector( SDC ) functionality to allow IP-specific binding for SNMP traps and SDM connections.
Symptom: SpectroSERVER not establishing connection to Secure Domain Connector.
Resolution: Resolved deadlock preventing SDC connections from being established.
Symptom: Unknown log-entries in Spectrum Control Panel(VNM.OUT).
Resolution: Unknown log-entries are not seen in SCP/VNM.OUT, after the fix.