ffdb config-error-log appear after fortigate 201F and 101F upgrade from v7.0.12 to v7.2.5
Wanna check if it is only a DB not up-to-date issue and is it a common known issue since the same issue found in all of my FortiGates upgrade scenario.
-Upgrade from v7.0.12 to v7.2.5
-201F HA A-P cluster
-101F HA A-P cluster
-All of the forigates were using 1 month trial license and still vaild.
-FortiAnalyzer was configured but not connected before and after upgrade.
-Only mgmt port connected and have access to Internet behind simple source NAT from next hop gateway (a cisco router).
After around 2 hours wait, all the "xx signature is missing" messages were gone.
Messages of config-error-log found right after upgrade first boot
# diagnose debug config-error-log read ffdb_app_map_process-3326: wrong word 3798 ffdb_app_map_process-3326: wrong word 196 ffdb_app_map_process-3326: wrong word 208 ffdb_app_map_process-3326: wrong word 190 ffdb_app_map_process-3326: wrong word 46 ffdb_app_map_process-3326: wrong word 132 ffdb_app_map_process-3326: wrong word 191 ffdb_map_flash_read: ret=-5, Error: version error ffdb_map version mismatch, the Internet Service Database will automatically update init_do_ffdb_map: ret=-9, Error: weight wrong error
config-error-log debugs shows Internet Service Database related errors when upgrading from 7.0 to 7.2, which causes confusion when the Internet Service Database was updated successfully.
This is not an issue, it is an expected behavior when OS upgrade happens from 7.0 to 7.2 due to the db differences. The errors/logs will start as soon as the device boots up with new OS (7.2), but the system will perform an automatic update-now soon and the errors will be gone after that.
There is no solution/fix required for this and you can safely ignore these.
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