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Our Panorama is showing logs (threat,url, etc...) about an hour after they occur on the firewalls.
Is this normal behavior? I'd like to be able to see the logs in near real time as they occur, otherwise the Panorama logs don't have much use if we have to wait for an hour for them to appear.
Any help would be appreciated.
have you verified connectivity between the panorama and firewalls is fast?
you could try jump-starting logging by stopping and restarting (try start-from-lastack first) log forwarding
from the panorama:
> request log-fwd-ctrl device <SerialNumber> action latest start log forwarding with buffering, starting from the latest log live start log forwarding with no buffering start start log forwarding with buffering start-from-lastack start log forwarding with buffering, starting from last ack'ed logid stop stop log forwarding
I've found that ours seem only like a few minutes delay but the firewalls and Panorama are on the same Layer 2 network.
On occasion, when we've need to reboot Panorama for various reasons, the time gap gets much larger but it seems to eventually catch back up as the firewalls sync up the backlogs.
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