Does anyone have experience when upgrading from version 4.1.6 to version 5.0.0? I am wondering (outside of the release notes) if anyone has seen bugs.
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Here's a link to critical issues and the specific bugs to watch out for.
|46076||Critical||5.0.0||Process devsrvr constantly crashes when the config has an address group ,with multiple /32 ip-addresses , configured under "translated address" in source translation NAT rule.||Firewall goes into a reboot loop due to constant devsrvr crashes.||Multiple /32 address-objects in an address-group was causing a crash condition for devsrvr.|
The individual addresses or address objects in an "Address Group"can be directly configured as the translated source address(es) inside the NAT rule to avoid devsrvr crash.
|46405||High||5.0.1||Connection to user-id agent keeps flapping||User-ID agent connection keeps flapping.|
The User-ID agent on a Windows 2008 server was intermittently failing to respond when the directory contained 50,000+ users, causing valid user to IP mapping information to be deleted on the firewall. This occurred when the session limit of the firewall was being reached. Issue was due to a buffer problem that occurred when trying to write the user to IP mapping to the firewall. In order for this fix to work properly, the User-ID agent must be at 5.0.1 or later.
NOTE: The fix for 47948 is the ONLY complete fix for this issue. So please look at the next entry for deciding which release to upgrade to.
|None||5.0.3 , 4.1.12 , 4.1.11-h1|
|47948||High||5.0.2 ,4.1.11||User-ID process constantly running on very high CPU||User-ID process utilization reaches over 100% causing high MP CPU||The User-ID process on the firewall was consuming excessive CPU resources due to improper rate limiting of unknown IP address requests.||None||5.0.3 , 4.1.12 , 4.1.11-h1|
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