output drops?

Hi all, from "show interface":

Input queue: 0/75/0/0 (size/max/drops/flushes); Total output drops:


Are these output drops from the input queue on the interface?

Thanks Frank

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Output drops, strangely enough, are packets that have been dropped because the Output queue was full.

I see the potential confusion but the idea is that the semi-colon seperates the Input queue info from the "total output drops" bit.

That by the way is way-too-many output drops. Does depend on when they ocurred of course, could be historic.

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Hi Frank,

You may wish to investigate "identify five possible problem states in the interface status line of the show interfaces serial display."

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found on Cisco's Troubleshooting Serial Line Problems:

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Hope this helps.

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