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2018/10/24 08:32:04 (permalink)
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very high cpu usage after firmware upgrade to v6.0.3 build0200 (GA)

Hi all,
 
we have a 500e Fortigate an after the update to firmware v6.0.3 we see very high cpu usage if we click to vpn -> ipsec tunnels. We had round about 900 active vpn tunnels and before v6.0.3 there was no high cpu usage if we click.
 

 
On the left side you can see the normal usage and on the right side the usage if we click on vpn -> ipsec tunnels
 
Is there a solution for that or a BUG?
 
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Re: very high cpu usage after firmware upgrade to v6.0.3 build0200 (GA) 2018/12/13 08:01:30 (permalink)
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Hi,
We have the same problem with +300 VPN on 6.0.3 and Fgt 501E
I can reproduce the error on a 60D also on 6.0.3
 
Thank you
 
 
 
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Re: very high cpu usage after firmware upgrade to v6.0.3 build0200 (GA) 2018/12/13 09:04:52 (permalink)
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@mgauthier
 
we have the information from the fortinet support that this is a bug that will be fixed hopefully in 6.0.4.
 
At the moment fortinet firmware in version 6.0.3 is really buggy and not stable so we can´t recommend this version.
 
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Re: very high cpu usage after firmware upgrade to v6.0.3 build0200 (GA) 2018/12/13 09:23:19 (permalink)
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I have the same problem on FortiGate 90D but I have only 10 tunnels.
 
Also, the CPU utilization go up according to link utilization (50 Mbps link).
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Re: very high cpu usage after firmware upgrade to v6.0.3 build0200 (GA) 2018/12/14 00:01:41 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby LBM 2018/12/14 03:16:28
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@accountforsupport
 
Hello,
I also had this information later yesterday, and I was going to share it with you this morning.
I think they will patch it in 6.0.4, I will try to contact support to get an eta.
 
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Re: very high cpu usage after firmware upgrade to v6.0.3 build0200 (GA) 2019/10/10 04:39:04 (permalink)
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Did anyone solve this upgrading to 6.0.4 or 6.0.5 ?

Thank you!
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Re: very high cpu usage after firmware upgrade to v6.0.3 build0200 (GA) 2019/10/10 05:03:28 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby LBM 2019/10/10 05:32:35
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Did anyone solve this upgrading to 6.0.4 or 6.0.5 ?

Thank you!


Hi, It has been fixed since 6.0.4.
But if you are using vpnssl you should upgrade to 6.0.6 because of major security breach. 
Don't forget to read release note and known issues before upgrade 
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Re: very high cpu usage after firmware upgrade to v6.0.3 build0200 (GA) 2019/10/14 06:57:49 (permalink)
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Hi, 
 
Is it fixed on 6.0.4? Currently we've experience High CPU usage after we upgrade the device. We also follow the upgrade path and still problem occur.
 
What is the recommend number of users for FG90D?
 
Thank you. 
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Re: very high cpu usage after firmware upgrade to v6.0.3 build0200 (GA) 2019/10/14 08:39:26 (permalink)
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You should configure Firewall Fortigate to see if this situation is still present
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