Expedition Stuck at "Reading Config files"

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Expedition Stuck at "Reading Config files"

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I am trying to migrate configuration from Fortinet, It's quite big configuration (around 65K rule). When importing the config file. Expedition is stuck at reading config files.

I tried updating, increasing resources and even a fresh installation of Expedition but with the same result.
Is this a system limitatio

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n for the number of objects to be migrated ?

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It's doing the same for a smaller file as well. 

The same file was working before the update.

There is a recent hotfix (1.2.90)  related to FortiGate. It might have something to do with it. 

I am currently on 1.2.90.

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Try to go for some previous version. My previous installation was two months old and it was working. 

Hi @Barely-Working and @Mohamed.Mezar 

 

Thanks for reaching out and sharing your findings.

 

Is it possible you share your configuration file with us using a TAC case? if so, please send the TAC case number to fwmigrate@paloaltonetworks.com 

 

I will check in my side as well with other configuration files.

 

For futher troubleshooting, when executing the migration, please check the file /tmp/error

 

Additionally, you can install the version 1.2.89 following the commands provided in the release notes.

 

Thanks 

 

David 

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Hi @Mohamed.Mezar and @Barely-Working 

Please check the latest version 1.2.90.1. I found the bug and fixed in this patch. https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/expedition-release-notes/expedition-1-2-90-1-hotfix-information...
Thanks for pointing out the finding.

Hope this helps,

David

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