I would like to know why Daemons and processes ids are getting suspended or not working.
I can see that which daemon stopped working by this cmd,
> show system software status
and for example: routed is stopped and i have restarted the routed process.
But here i want to know what caused that daemon to not work ?
Is there a way to check why daemon going suspended ?
If it can be found in TSF using Auto assistance or PANTS tool, please do let me know.
Note: routed is just an example, i want to know generally for all daemons...!
each daemon/process has a log in mp-log or dp-log and most can be set to enhanced debug logging, but before you dive deep into this, which PAN-OS version are you running and which platform?
if you're on an older PAN-OS, try upgrading as you're most likely running into a bug
else try enabling debugging on processes you see in this state regularly:
> debug routing global on debug
and after routed goes into the state again
> less mp-log routed.log
Thanks for your reply.
Customer runs 9.0.7.
I have a query that what if customer restarts the daemon or pid and then generates the TSF and share it to find the RCA. ? becuz there will not be a debugging and we cannot deep dive into logs..! In such cases will it be able to find why daemon or PID stopped working ??
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