Definitely not! There is a bug in 5.02. I had to roll mine back. The bug caused the device CPU to hit 100% after a day or two and the only fix is restarting the management console. The after effect there caused me to restart my device. I am told by support that 5.03 has a fix for all that.
Unless you really need some of the new features, wait for 5.0.3 We have gone through the experience of upgrading to fix an issue just to inhrerit new issues with the current release until it settles down (usually .3 release or greater). A lot will depend on your pain threshold versus the benefits you will get right away with the new release.
As far as I can tell, if you do not need any of the new features from 5.0, stick to 4.1.10-11 for the time being.
However 5.0.2 works quite well in our lab since the HF (4020 platform) :smileyhappy:
mikand - I know you're joking but that might not be fair... PA might simply not have enough QA folks to keep up with new releases and bugs. It might not be specifically "lazy/incompetent QA," it might be just that PA needs to throw more money at QA because QA is swamped with too much work
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