after an upgrade of my VM-100 from 9.1.12 to 10.1.3 version I receive a commit error.
The fw is in HA configuration, but this is down. The other fw is ooperating in 9.1.12 version.
On KB and communities I not have found a solution for this problem.
On commit force, I receive Server error: Commit job was not queued. Client logrcvr not connected. All daemons are not available.
I have restarted management process and logrcvr process without results.
After reboot of vm nothing change.
I think not have conflict of commit queues by different users.
Any suggestion is appreciated.
Thi is the tasks manager screenshot:
Thank you for the post and sorry to hear you are facing an issue @aerspa
Based on your screen shot, the Auto Commit is failing. Without Auto Commit to be completed, your data plane interfaces / HA will be not functional.
It looks like you are using an EDL. If you are using custom EDL potentially you might be hitting what has been discussed in this thread: https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/general-topics/auto-commit-failing-interfaces-down-not-able-to-...
If the above is not the case, then I would try to downgrade to 10.0.8-h4.
Hi @aerspa ,
I have run into similar issues before where the auto-commit fails. I usually do a commit force on the CLI and troubleshoot from there. In this case, it looks like your auto-commit is stuck. Could you try clicking "Stop Job" for the auto-commit and then "commit force" on the CLI?
Thanks to Pavel and Tom,
I have tried a downgrade but it's not work for incompatibility of config file version.
And I have tried to execute e commit force via CLI, but not work with an error on logrcvr functionality.
The EDL is used with Minemeld and I thought to disable it but I can't commit this change: it' a diabolic loop...
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