ha2 keep alive

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Re: ha2 keep alive

@Sethupathi,

I wouldn't be worried about the dev/md3 partition being at 92%, that wouldn't cause your HA issues at all. If you are utilizing the dedicated HA1 and HA2 ports and not configuring another interface as a high-availability interface, high dataplane utilization shouldn't cause the HA interfaces to drop out. I would open a ticket with TAC so they can look at the associated logs and see exactly what was going on at the time the interfaces dropped. 

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Re: ha2 keep alive

Hi,

I'm seeing the same issue here. We have an active/passive 5250 cluster.

We are running PANOS8.1.9

All HA links are directly connected.
cluster node 1:

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cluster node 2:

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Is this a known issue?

 

Thanks

J

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Hi @joris_vd,

 

Did you ever find a solution to the issue you mentioned? I'm currently running into a very similar issue with a 5050 active-passive cluster running on PAN-OS 8.1.10. We've been working with TAC for the past few days and haven't had any resolution. Any info would be much appreciated.

 

Thanks,

RT

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Hi Ryan,

 

As it only happened once we closely kept monitoring the cluster behavior in case it would re-occur...but it didn't. No support ticket was opened.

I will keep you posted if it happens again. We are still running PANOS 8.1.9.

Please let me know the outcome of the support ticket.

 

Best regards

Joris

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Hi Ryan

 

Did you guys found a resolution for this?

I see the same issue with PANOS 8.1.10 with a PA3220 A/P.

 

Regards

Fabian

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Hi Fabian,

 

No, not yet.

It did occur just once on our A/P firewall cluster.

 

I'll let you know if it happens again.

 

Best regards

Joris

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