Since the security advisories were released yesterday, we are looking to upgrade to the newer version. Has anyone experienced any issues with 8.0.6 from 8.0.5 that are not in the release notes?
Thanks in advance!
I'm working on the 8.0.6 upgrade as well. Last Friday, I upgraded 3 set of PA-500s in HA from 7.1.x to 8.0.6, and it seems okay, no complaints yet. However, there are always bugs in there, and it triggers in different situations. So the final decision is yours.
Not runnning into anything that isn't already a known-issue. It's actually been a suprisingly smooth upgrade cycle so far.
I saw that note that was sent out and this was why we were upgrading. However since the hotfix is so new, we are going to wait a bit and let it bake in the wild for a bit. While I like living on the edge, bleeding edge is just too risky for my tastes.
FWIW: regarding this vulnerability, I recently upgraded an HA pair of PA-3050's running 7.0.18 to 7.0.19. I'm experiencing some issues with SSH connections. I do not know if this is related or not. I've also been running into errors causing commit failures. These are errors I've never seen before though is reminiscent of a problem I recall from the PanOS 4.x days. I would post the message had I not since cleared the logs.
What I've noticed is this:
This may not be applicable to 8.0.6 and I am not 100% positive that this is a PanOS issue.
After upgrading to 8.0.6 Dynamic Updates was showing 4 to 5 previous updates for download and install in each column of dynamic updates . I downgraded back to 8.04
we have been on 8.0.6 for a few weeks now and have been good (knock on wood). Running 5020s. 8.0.3 was a different story but good now.
I'm still waiting for the 8.0.6-h3 to bake in the wild before deploying it. I'll update when I have my prod systems running on it. Right now only my little lab200 is on it but it doesnt really do much.
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