i get the " CFG_CMDBAPI_ERR" when i try to make changes on my fortigate. which is other than that operational.
I tired the command " diag test application ipsmonitor 99" but it did not work. So i used the command " diag sys top 1" to see what was hogging all that memory. And i found a process named " wad" that uses 62% of the memory.
However this machine is in production and i dont know what the process does and i cant seem to find it anywhere. Can i kill it? What does it do?
Is there a process reference for fortios out there somewhere?
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After upgrading to 6.2.1 the memory-issue has gone away, but a new problem has been detected.
When I have the "application control default"-policy enabled on rules with a lot of traffic and sessions the CPU is spiking at 99% on one of the cores, this wasn't the case on 6.2.0.
Support is working on resolving it so I am crossing my fingers.
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