One day I noticed that on some BDCOM P3608 and P3608B CPU usage is higher than on the others.
I looked at the firmware version on one of the OLTs:
show version BDCOM(tm) P3608-2TE Software, Version 10.1.0E Build 46085 Copyright by Shanghai Baud Data Communication CO. LTD. Compiled: 2017-9-15 15:20:39 by SYS, Image text-base: 0x10000 ROM: System Bootstrap, Version 0.4.5, Serial num:xxx System image file is "Switch.bin" hardware version:V1.0 (RISC) processor with 262144K bytes of memory, 32768K bytes of flash Base ethernet MAC Address: 84:79:73:xx:xx:xx PCB version:A
Since the firmware versions were very old, I updated them on these OLTs, see how I did it in my articles:
BDCOM P3608B Firmware Update
Firmware update BDCOM P36xx EPON OLT
For example, I took a screenshot of the CPU load graph of one of the most loaded BDCOM P3608, which has an average of 55 online ONUs on each of the 8 ports:
As you can see, after updating the firmware, the CPU load decreased from 25% to 15% and the jumps disappeared, a similar picture was observed both on the BDCOM P3608 and on the P3608B, on other OLTs that already had more recent software versions, I did not find a similar problem.
PS: The SNMP polling interval is once every 2 minutes for CPU loading and 5 minutes for other data, there are about 30 items in total, that is, SNMP could not load the OLT.