I've had 6.4 running on a 60E for 18 days now. No issues with the upgrade and very stable. I quite like some of the GUI rearragnements and the upgrade has resolved a few issues I was seeing in 6.2.3 so I'm impressed so far.
As others have commented I think a short list of features and known issues gives me more condidence in the 6.4 release going forward. Hope others have similar experience.
However, I had noticed today that memory usage had climbed a bit. Memory use was around 67% initialy but had crept up to 80% today- so not serious, but would have triggered "Conserve Mode" in another day or two.
I had seen some comments (Reddit I think?) of someone else reporting similar issues which they believed were caused by the IOT daemon.
So quick diag check of the iotd:-
diag test app iotd 2
alloc 2484424 free 734627 fail 0 now 258984944 max 258984944
and then a iod restart:-
diag test app iotd 99
gave me the following post-restart iotd memory stats:-
diag test app iotd 2
alloc 1611 free 1 fail 0 now 253268 max 253268
This dropped the overall memory use from 80% back to 67% again.
So might be one to look for, and may indicate a slow memory leak in the iotd process?
I'll keep an eye on it and raise a ticket if I see it continue.
VLANs on a FortiLink interface configured to use a hardware switch interface may fail to come up after upgrading or rebooting.
- The new GUI does not load the interface bandwidth widgets. They remain in continuous loading.
Can you disable `monitor-bandwidth` for the interface from the CLI (instructions below), remove the widget for it from the GUI and add it again and let me know if that helps? If it does work, then it is likely an issue that we are looking to fix in a subsequent patch.
I was really hoping to see Fabric idp Connector for AzureAD (NOT LDAP/domain services) and maybe Google.
Lots of businesses are moving cloud only, which means no local Active Directory/LDAP. They may not be there today, but they are moving that direction. (Direction = Source of truth for ID/auth is in the cloud)
The Fortinet Security Fabric brings together the concepts of convergence and consolidation to provide comprehensive cybersecurity protection for all users, devices, and applications and across all network edges.