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Commit taking very long time than expected , 

Before it was working fine . How can i  find the cause behind it 

Thank you 



L5 Sessionator

Which Device?


What does this command shows "show management-clients"


Is the management server CPU high? If yes it will take time. One thing you can try is to restart the management server.


debug software restart management-server

debug software restart process management-server ==> for PAN-OS 7.0.1 onwards


Before restarting the management server do a commit otherwise the changes that you have done will be gone. After restarting take the gui and cli access after 2 mins. Check if the commit is happening fastly or not if not then again check the command "show management-clients"


Hope this helps!


Thanks for the reply . Sometimes management cpu goes up to 99%


show managemnt clients 

Client PRI State Progress
routed 30 P2-ok 100
ha_agent 25 P2-ok 100
device 20 P2-ok 100
ikemgr 10 P2-ok 100
keymgr 10 init 0 (op cmds only)
logrcvr 10 P2-ok 100
dhcpd 10 P2-ok 100
varrcvr 10 P2-ok 100
l3svc 10 P2-ok 100
sslvpn 10 P2-ok 100
rasmgr 10 P2-ok 100
npagent 10 init 0 (op cmds only)
useridd 10 P2-ok 100
satd 10 P2-ok 100
websrvr 10 P2-ok 100
sslmgr 10 P2-ok 100
authd 10 P2-ok 100
pppoed 10 P2-ok 100
dnsproxyd 10 P2-ok 100
cryptod 10 P2-ok 100
dagger 10 init 0 (op cmds only)


And i have multiple dependancy warning of pocies and qos rule 


Fixing the dependency will solve the issue ?

Thank You

Dependancy waring will not make any difference. Those will affect the traffic passing through the firewall. If the management CPU is high then the commit will take time

Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite


Would you be able to provide us with the model number of the unit and how long the commits are taking vs how long they have/should take?



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