QOS_PHYSICALMEMORY_UTILIZATION = 86.63 from Palo Alto Management ip

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QOS_PHYSICALMEMORY_UTILIZATION = 86.63 from Palo Alto Management ip

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We are getting below email alert from the firewall management ip 192.168.x.15

 

QOS_PHYSICALMEMORY_UTILIZATION = 86.63 from source 192.168.x.15 targeting Slot-0 Management Memory has crossed the major static threshold of >85.0

 

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What these alert about? Is there any risk on the firewall?

 

I am not able to find any specific article related to the issue.

 

Please, share the update related to above issue.

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

@PankajDhobe,

So it looks like your have SNMP polling configured on the firewall and being monitored and whatever you are using for alerting hasn't had alerts tuned at all in regards to the device. The firewall using 85+ percent of its memory isn't an abnormal occurrence depending on the platform you are utilizing, and it's no cause for concern. 

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

@PankajDhobe,

So it looks like your have SNMP polling configured on the firewall and being monitored and whatever you are using for alerting hasn't had alerts tuned at all in regards to the device. The firewall using 85+ percent of its memory isn't an abnormal occurrence depending on the platform you are utilizing, and it's no cause for concern. 

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