The pan_summary_gen process will spike the CPU at regular intervals while it creates the summary reports for the ACC. This is expected, and will not cause any interruption in function. The spikes should be fairly brief. You can run a top-like command to monitor it for a while if you like:
> show system resources follow
Hitting 'q' will get you out of that command.
Hope this helps,
That is something I wouldn't expect. If you only added the NFS partition and no other changes, unless that NFS is highly latent where we are spending cycles waiting on read/write operations, I would expect the CPU to be the same as before. You may want to get a support case opened to double check.
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