I just update to PANOS 8.1.3 yesterday and found a error when commit the change today. The error message is 'Commit job was not queued. All daemons are not available.'. I tried reboot the firewall and the error still exists when I click on the commit. So no change can apply because it cannot commit the change. Now I rollback to 8.1.2 and it can commit the change.
Anyone have that problem?
@simonleung, thanks for replying. we will also test this in our PA850.
i suggest you report it to palo alto support. so that if it is a bug; it can be resolved asap
Upgraded one of the lab units to 8.1.3 and it appears to be stable; however note that this particular lab device isn't used much, so take that with plenty of grains of salt ;-)
I have this working.
In my case logrcv process was in "stopped" state.
You can see that when issuing "show system software status" command.
After restarting the process, I was able to commit. ("debug software restart process log-receiver")
I also had to revert all changes made prior the process restart before I could commit.
*** UPDATE ***
The issue is back.
I also noticed, there are no new logs being created, and no data can be seen in ACC and dashboard.
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