Hi @laurence64 ,
It's still very early to say. The OS is brand new and it's obviously not yet a recommended release as per the software release guidance page:
Is there a particular reason why you would like to upgrade to 10.2 ? A specific feature or fix that's critical for you and is available in 10.2 ? If you don't really NEED the new features then I'd advice to stay on a more stable/recommended version until an actual recommended release on 10.2.x is out.
I upgraded our office PA-220 to PANOS10.2.0 anbd GP 6.0.0 about 3 weeks ago and we are having the following problem,
1) Device-telemetry we are getting error in the system log. Failed to send: file \'PA_xxxxxxxxxxxx_dt_10.2.0_20220303_1330_1-hr-interval_HOUR.tgz\. We still get the error after disabled this function.
2) Local or AD users cannot connect via GP. This started 2 weeks after the upgrade. Downgraded GP to 5.2.10 and this allowed the users to connect again. Still busy investigating.
Hi @laurence64 ,
I upgraded mine a few weeks ago, and it was even slower than 10.1. I then downgraded back to 10.1. PAN-OS 10.0 and 10.1 have known issues with PA-220 slowness. I didn't see any for 10.2. So, I was hopeful. Maybe I will try a later release if I see more positive feedback on this thread.
The PA-220 is nearing the end of it's support from a new major software update aspect. I wouldn't be surprised (cough, cough ... got a frog in my throat) if the next major release of PAN-OS drops the PA-220 completely. I wouldn't hold out that GUI performance or commit times would improve over what they already are.
With that said, I've been running 10.2 since it's release on a home LAB unit and performance from a data performance standpoint has been perfectly fine. Certainly review the known issues on 10.2.2, but for non-critical environments or home equipment it's perfectly serviceable. Management functions are slow, but I wouldn't say it's noticably slower than what we already had on 10.1 once things settle down post upgrade. I also guess I can't say I spend a lot of time reviewing logs on the PA-220 though either since they all get forwarded to Graylog and the PA-220 log searching capabilities have been pretty slow since 10.0.
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