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PANOS 5.0.6 ....

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The issue is very rare and is most likely happens due to the Dataplane being extremely busy when writing to the traffic log. The log gets corrupted when being written. In the traffic logs, Start Time is generated by Dataplane and Receive Time is generated by Management Plane. Also then the question comes why did it pick year 2031 i believe because the end time of unix for 32 bit systems is 2031. I don't believe there is any fix for this issue. This an event where a single log entry got corrupted.

Hope this helps you understand why you saw this.

Thank you

Numan

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Hello

This is a known issue. I would recommend you to open a case with the support.

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If you have just seen this issue. I would recommend you to follow the steps below which will help the support team to troubleshoot further. 

> show session all filter source <SRC-IP> destination <DST-IP>

> show session id {#id of the session in step1}

Upload the putty logging outputs and screenshots.

L5 Sessionator

The issue is very rare and is most likely happens due to the Dataplane being extremely busy when writing to the traffic log. The log gets corrupted when being written. In the traffic logs, Start Time is generated by Dataplane and Receive Time is generated by Management Plane. Also then the question comes why did it pick year 2031 i believe because the end time of unix for 32 bit systems is 2031. I don't believe there is any fix for this issue. This an event where a single log entry got corrupted.

Hope this helps you understand why you saw this.

Thank you

Numan

Say good bye to the Y2K problem, say hello to Mr 2031 😃

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Fixed in 5.0.8

54347—Extremely large amounts of traffic (Exabytes, or Billions of Gigabytes) were

showing up in the ACC tab and logs for users. An issue where the date of record

showed as starting in 2031 caused the incorrect counter of traffic, due to the date being

set in the future. Date verification is now supported to prevent this from occurring.

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Those high numbers also show up in reports...

Even with 5.0.8 ?

Not that I know, we're not on 5.0.8 yet...

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