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high management CPU

Good day community.

We are using PAN 820 and the management CPU isn't stable for the last 3-4 days.

It's going from 10-15% to 70-100% and stays like this for some time and this happen several times a day.

So, the GUI interface is freezing and also I noticed that connection to internet is freezing too. So, speedtest shows a normal speed, while browsers and etc are freezing.

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In cli I've noticed that some pan_task service is always 100%, also varrcvr, logrcvr and mgmtrcvr is going to 100%. Maybe some of you have noticed this situation earlier and can help me.

Thanks in advance!

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Re: high management CPU

it is normal for pan_task to be so high, it is the dataplane and those processors are 'pre-spun-up' 

 

log/var/mgt rcvr are typically about logs and reports

are you generating/forwarding lots of logs or are running lots of reports?

you could try decreasing log levels or forward less logs, or disable some reporting to see if that helps

reaper - PANgurus.com
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Re: high management CPU

Hi @AzerbaijanSupermarkets ,

 

Please check out the following articles if you're looking to decrease the MP load :

 

Reducing Management Plane Load

Reducing Management Plane Load—Part 2

 

Cheers !

-Kiwi.

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L7 Applicator

Re: high management CPU

it is normal for pan_task to be so high, it is the dataplane and those processors are 'pre-spun-up' 

 

log/var/mgt rcvr are typically about logs and reports

are you generating/forwarding lots of logs or are running lots of reports?

you could try decreasing log levels or forward less logs, or disable some reporting to see if that helps

reaper - PANgurus.com
I drink and I know things

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Re: high management CPU

Hi @AzerbaijanSupermarkets ,

 

Please check out the following articles if you're looking to decrease the MP load :

 

Reducing Management Plane Load

Reducing Management Plane Load—Part 2

 

Cheers !

-Kiwi.

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