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2019/05/13 01:25:12 (permalink)
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Hi,
Firewall shows  70% , how can I know what causing the high memory . 
 
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    Bubu
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    Re: memory 2019/05/13 01:30:26 (permalink)
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    Hi Sims
     
    get system performance top <REFRESH-RATE> <NBR-LINE>
    * Press P to sort the processes by the amount of CPU used
    * Press M to sort the processes by the amount of memory used
     
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    Re: memory 2019/05/13 03:30:59 (permalink)
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    You can use
     
    diag top sys 1 30
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    Re: memory 2019/05/13 04:10:35 (permalink)
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    Hi,
    For diag command  do I need to login to the vdom ? 
    How can I do that 
     
    Thanks
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    Re: memory 2019/05/13 04:21:09 (permalink)
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    You can swap between VDOMS in GUI (global>system>vdoms), select VDOM you want to check, then open console on the right side and check the memory status
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    Re: memory 2019/05/13 07:09:41 (permalink)
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    I got same problem
    i used your command and i got that problem is  ips engine.
    I have it setup for severity (medium, high and critical)
    Location sever OS Windows for application IIS, MSSQL,MS_Exchange, ASP_app
    Protocol: SMTP
    Application MSSQL
     
    I use it on 5 policy's.
    Is it too much for Fortigate 80E so it increasing memory consumption so i need to restart it every 5 days (it got from 55% to 90% in that time)
           ipsengine      201      S <     0.5     9.3
           ipsengine      203      S <     0.1     9.3
           ipsengine      202      S <     0.5     9.2
           ipsengine      204      S <     0.0     9.1
              httpsd    27290      S       0.5     2.9
           ipshelper      153      S <     0.0     2.3
                 wad      158      S       0.0     2.3
                 wad      165      S       0.0     2.3
                 wad      156      S       0.0     2.3
                 wad      157      S       0.0     2.3
            dnsproxy      169      S       0.0     1.8
             cmdbsvr       97      S       0.0     1.5
              httpsd    27445      S       1.3     1.4
             pyfcgid    24453      S       0.0     1.3
             pyfcgid    24454      S       0.0     1.3
             pyfcgid    24452      S       0.0     1.3
             pyfcgid    24447      S       0.0     1.2
              cw_acd      172      S       0.0     1.0
              httpsd      128      S       0.1     1.0
             updated      148      S       0.0     0.8
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    Michel.van.Geest
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    Re: memory 2019/05/13 09:32:32 (permalink)
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    Hi,
     
    Did you upgrade your device lately ?. Did you follow the upgrade-path steps ?.
     
    If not .. you probably have a old IPS engine running on your machine. Download the new IPS engine and install it on your machine.
     
     
    You can find this under SYSTEM->FORTIGUARD. ... and offcourse when you are using VDOMs its onder "Global -> SYSTEM-> Fortiguard"
     
    Should look like
    IPS Definitions Version 14.00612 Upgrade DatabaseIPS Engine Version 4.00035 Malicious URLs Version 2.00183
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    Re: memory 2019/05/13 23:32:16 (permalink)
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    I upgrade it to 6.2.0 trough System->Firmware.
    I went to FortiGuard and all is
    Intrusion PreventionLicensed - expires on 2019/09/23 IPS DefinitionsVersion 14.00612  IPS EngineVersion 4.00219 Malicious URLsVersion 2.00188 Botnet IPsVersion 4.00474  Botnet DomainsVersion 2.00242 
    I have restarted Fortigate this morning because of 83% memory and after reboot it is 53%.
           ipsengine      201      S <     0.4     3.1
           ipsengine      199      S <     0.0     3.0
           ipsengine      200      S <     3.4     3.0
           ipsengine      198      S <     0.0     3.0
              httpsd      197      S       0.4     2.5
                 wad      157      S       0.0     2.4
                 wad      162      S       0.0     2.4
                 wad      155      S       0.0     2.4
                 wad      159      S       0.0     2.4
           ipshelper      156      S <     0.0     2.0
    I disabled IPS Filters and all Rate Based Signatures (3 was active) before restart
     
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    Re: memory 2019/05/14 00:17:30 (permalink)
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    I had chat with support team.
    Bellow is answer:


    Please be informed that this is a know issue on this firmware

    The issue should be resolved in new patch release 6.2.1 which is coming around May 21-25 tentatively.

    You can use following article for Memory optimization but best option will be to revert back to the previous firmware partition. Whatever changes you have made since upgrade to 6.2.0 will be lost - for your information.

    This is the article to boot back to the previous firmware partition:

    Technical Note: Selecting an alternate firmware for the next reboot:
    https://kb.fortinet.com/kb/microsites/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&externalId=FD31908&sliceId=1&docTypeID=DT_KCARTICLE_1_1&dialogID=142427812&stateId=0%200%20142429362%27)


    Following is an article to optimize memory settings:

    Technical Note: Memory optimization techniques for FortiOS:
    https://kb.fortinet.com/kb/microsites/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&externalId=FD35126&sliceId=1&docTypeID=DT_KCARTICLE_1_1&dialogID=142427623&stateId=0%200%20142429172%27)
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    Re: memory 2019/05/28 01:05:48 (permalink)
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    Hi,
    here is the process list , how can I know which process is taking high resource 
    Run Time:  360 days, 21 hours and 57 minutes
    0U, 0N, 0S, 100I; 3955T, 1936F, 212KF
              httpsd    18188      S       1.5     1.2
               sqldb       91      S       0.0     2.5
              httpsd     9677      S       0.0     1.1
              httpsd     8535      S       0.0     1.1
         proxyworker       97      S       0.0     1.0
         proxyworker      102      S       0.0     1.0
             pyfcgid    24934      S       0.0     1.0
             miglogd       72      S       0.0     0.9
             pyfcgid    23413      S       0.0     0.9
             pyfcgid    23414      S       0.0     0.9
             pyfcgid    24933      S       0.0     0.9
             pyfcgid    23412      S       0.0     0.9
             reportd       92      S       0.0     0.9
              cw_acd    29453      S       0.0     0.9
             cmdbsvr       51      S       0.0     0.8
             updated      138      S       0.0     0.8
             pyfcgid    23410      S       0.0     0.7
             miglogd      134      S       0.0     0.6
             miglogd      133      S       0.0     0.6
              hasync      100      S <     0.0     0.6
              httpsd    21188      S       0.0     0.6
           ipshelper    17051      S <     0.0     0.5
              httpsd    25021      S       0.0     0.5
            dnsproxy      114      S       0.0     0.5
               authd       88      S       0.0     0.5
              httpsd       75      S       0.0     0.4
              httpsd      130      S       0.0     0.4
                thmd      123      S       0.0     0.4
              newcli    25055      R       0.0     0.3
              newcli    24948      S       0.0     0.3
              newcli    11593      S       0.0     0.3
               fgfmd      118      S       0.0     0.3
           forticron       85      S       0.0     0.3
           forticldd       87      S       0.0     0.3
               snmpd       94      S       0.0     0.3
             src-vis      106      S       0.0     0.3
              fcnacd       89      S       0.0     0.3
           alertmail      113      S       0.0     0.3
              hatalk       95      S <     0.0     0.3
      zebos_launcher       59      S       0.0     0.3
               quard      112      S       0.0     0.3
           eap_proxy      115      S       0.0     0.3
              fnbamd       80      S       0.0     0.3
                sshd      110      S       0.0     0.3
             uploadd       71      S       0.0     0
     
    Thanks
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    Re: memory 2019/06/10 02:13:04 (permalink)
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    Last nuber is memory usage.
    You don't have any  process that is taking high resource.
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