For VCP, I am using 1G and 1 vCPU, same for VFP. I am using 19.4R1. As
the wiki suggests 2GB and 4GB, this seems quite comfortable. My setup
may be too simplistic compared to yours. See for example https://github.com/vincentbernat/network-lab/tree/master/lab-juniper-vqfx-vxlan-symmetric
which works fine with 1G for each.
It may just be that the memory and CPU need to be increased for each
interface. In non-lite mode, the vMX has this kind of requirements.
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From: aaron--- via juniper-nsp <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Subject: [j-nsp] vQFX cpu cores and ram
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> Subject: vQFX cpu cores and ram
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> Date: Wed, 23 Jun 2021 04:43:36 +0200 (CEST) (3 hours, 28 minutes ago)
> Hi All,
> If you have experience running vQFXs, what are you setting for cpu cores and ram?
> I'm using eve-ng to get around group_fwd_mask issues such that I
> can have lacp and lldp working right out of the box.
> The defaults on the github page do not seem enough, as if I set those
> values, I can't even get lacp bundles to come up, once I bump the
> resources, the bundles come up.
> I've asked my SE, but I would like to know what the community has set in their environments?
> 1. https://interestingtraffic.nl/2017/11/21/an-oddly-specific-post-about-group_fwd_mask/
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