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The people complain about slow commit

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Whenever we make a PoC, Everybody complains about slow commit.

As far as I know, the traffic is not effected during the commit.

But people request faster commit Smiley Happy

First, How can we explain slow commit to people technically.

Secondly, Is there any plan to improve commit process?



Are you running PANOS 4.05? Are you able to see the any resources spike, specifically the mgmtsrvr and devsrvr daemons? Are there any core files generated? Run the >show system files to determine if you have any new files ending in .tgz format? Otherwise, please call into PAN Support so we can document your case and proceed with troubleshooting @friento.



Yes version 4.05. And no new file all I have is from Sept.

Will try to open support call.

Thanks for the update. If resources on the management plane is taxed, we'd love to take a look and debug on your behalf. 20 minutes is definitely not normal behavior.



I stopped using IE and changed to Firefox. Still not as fast as version 3.x, but better than IE.

I was on the phone with a Palo Alto engineer once because we had a ticket for slow commits and during the phone call the example commit took 30 minutes with our 4050...

Imagine you are getting attacked at the application level... 10 minutes to modify/create a policy... 20-30 minutes for the commit...

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