I had a consultant who states that you can commit only the VSYS you modify and not commit the rest of the configuration. I have looked at some documentation and see no refernce to this.
My question is this: Is this a fact? If yes where can I find the information to understand the type of configuration required. I see this as a possible way to shorten commit times.
Thank you for your time.
In PAN-OS 4.1 you can perform a commit by VSYS from the command line:
partial device-and-network excluded |
partial shared-object excluded |
partial vsys <value> |
> force — Forces the commit command in the event of a conflict
> partial — Commits the specified part of the configuration
+ device-and-network — Excludes device and network configurations from the commit (configurations under
config/mgt-config, config/devices/platform, config/devices/deviceconfig, and config/devices/network)
+ shared-object — Excludes shared object configurations from the commit (configurations under (config/
shared; also excludes config/devices/vsys if in single vsys mode)
+ vsys — Commits only the specified virtual system configurations
> no-vsys — Excludes all virtual systems from the commit (configurations under config/devices/vsys)
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