Content Versions 706 & 707 - some explanation needed
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Content Versions 706 & 707 - some explanation needed

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Hello

 

On my PA200 PANOS 7.1.9 I installed 707 manually (because as usually automatic instalation failed), next when I sow emergancy update I did manually update again to 708. On my BOX 708 update is installed (according to GUI)

 

Do I have to reboot the device according to https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/Customer-Resources/Guide-for-Resolving-TDB-UPDATE-BLOCK-Issues-... or not?

 

Is someone who hasn't issues with automatic AV and Threat updates on PA200?

 

Regards

SLawek

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L7 Applicator

 

You're good to go. Only PAN-OS 7.0 and older need to take any action, and even then only those who have been unable to install content version 708. 

 

From the document linked:

 

This document applies to Palo Alto Networks devices running PAN-OS 6.1.x and 7.0.x. Due to 
changes in how memory is allocated in newer versions of PAN-OS, devices running 7.1.0 and
later will not see commit or installation issues due to content versions 706 and 707.

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L7 Applicator

 

You're good to go. Only PAN-OS 7.0 and older need to take any action, and even then only those who have been unable to install content version 708. 

 

From the document linked:

 

This document applies to Palo Alto Networks devices running PAN-OS 6.1.x and 7.0.x. Due to 
changes in how memory is allocated in newer versions of PAN-OS, devices running 7.1.0 and
later will not see commit or installation issues due to content versions 706 and 707.

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Curiously our 3020 running 7.1.7 has absolutel crapped itself today.

 

It could be coincidence but it's been fine for the past six months.

 

We're on 708-4066 as of now.

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