debug dataplane reset ssl-decrypt certificate-status command

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debug dataplane reset ssl-decrypt certificate-status command

L4 Transporter

Hi All,

 

I was just wondering if running the below command will have any impact on a production environment or is it merely resetting the cache status and shouldn't have issues to run in production?

 

>debug dataplane reset ssl-decrypt certificate-status

 

Thanks.

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L2 Linker

Hey Ben,

 

This isn't a resource-expensive task, so you are good to go.

 

It would be a different story with certificate-cache, since the cached certificates that were generated previously by the firewall would need to be regenerated again on-the-fly upon any user (firewall's) first-time access to an SSL website that is subject to decryption. That is resource-expensive task.

 

Thanks,

Jan

 

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L2 Linker

Hey Ben,

 

This isn't a resource-expensive task, so you are good to go.

 

It would be a different story with certificate-cache, since the cached certificates that were generated previously by the firewall would need to be regenerated again on-the-fly upon any user (firewall's) first-time access to an SSL website that is subject to decryption. That is resource-expensive task.

 

Thanks,

Jan

 

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