After an auto update of application we can't do a commit with out explanation on the commit page.
We discover that when we do a revert of application the commit is ok so we put off the auto update but we want it back.
How could we solve this problem ? Could it be possible to know which policy or application is concerned ?
Are you saying the commit is failing or that when you commit you receive alerts and messages like dependency warnings?
Please be verbose, can you cut and paste the output.
the commit is failing ("commit failed" at the end) and there's dependency warning too :
but those dependency were ok befaure that, the commit is ok with the old application update
If I decide to update the applications and threats, the commit failed and didin't say why
I've no idea of which policy or application cause the fail
any idea ?
it's strange that anyone ever had the same problem
I've no particular policies or applications
I'll have to open a support case ...
I only see dependancy warnings so I'd have to request output from show jobs processed, specifically the job that failed. So dynami updates for content is still disabled at this point? What PANOS are you running? Did you eventually contact Support to open a case?
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