Failed exporting config bundle via ssh to servername.com /tmp/pan/pano_name_20220106.tgz: No such file or directory..Killed by signal 1..'
It was working, but suddenly has stopped. "Test SCP server connection" works and drops the test file in the correct location. Scheduled Config Export job fails with the above error however.
Any ideas on how to troubleshoot?
Thanks for the reply! Yes, we did restart the management plane and that didn't fix it. The target path folder structure has to exist because the test file does get dropped there when using "Test SCP server connection". It seems like the file has to generate locally and then get shipped via SCP to the path located within the Scheduled Config Export job. I even did a "scp export config-bundle to" via command line and that worked. It just seems like the Scheduled Config Export job isn't working??? I created a new one, still no joy. Changed the path located within the Scheduled Config Export job, still same error.
Suspiciously coincides with update from 9.1.11 to 9.1.12-h3.
Just wanted to follow up on this. According to palo support, "
This behavior matches a known issue that is being worked by Engineering/QA and is targeted to be fixed in the PAN-OS 9.1.13 release.
You have found the workaround to which is to use the "scp export config-bundle" from the CLI."
Getting same issue, which started exactly after we upgraded to 9.1.12-h3. As you mention, doing it manually from CLI works, just scheduled fails.
I see this in the 9.1.13 release notes: "PAN-159295 - Fixed an issue where scheduled configuration export files saved in the /tmp folder weren't periodically purged, which caused the root partition to fill up", but it doesn't sound like the same issue. And another Pano, here, backs up using FTP, and that seems to still work, so that's not filling up /tmp.
I have not yet tried updating to 9.1.13 -- change control is a major obstacle, and trying to get an upgrade approved because it 'might fix a problem' is not going to go over well 😞
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