@mracpa, Has the memory use stayed stable at the lower percentages or climbed back up a bit?
Anybody else tried this yet? Anybody running 5.4.4 with IPSec VPN?
Memory use has steadily climbed back up. Currently at 61% now. Today's the first day it got over 60%.
IPSec VPN working fine for me. Seems to be the same as 5.4.3.
Up exactly 3 days so far...
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I've got a 200D running 5.4.3 that I've already RMA'd because of insanely high memory use (hitting Conserve Mode daily) with maybe 5 SSLVPN users at any one time and about 150 users sitting behind it with MPLS links to 3 remote sites. No email scanning, no malware scanning, minimal IPS and AV, no disk logging, etc etc etc.
At 6am with almost no one in the office, it's running at 66% RAM usage.
To say that I'm f---ing infuriated would be a grave understatement. The support has been tepid and it seems like the constant refrain is "run these commands and give us the outputs" even if they've gotten the outputs twice already. My case is already a month old. So... that being said... anyone having more luck with 5.4.4 or did I make a serious error in judgment installing all this gear (6 140's, 2 60's, a few dozen APs spread out between multiple sites, multiple POE switches, etc)?
For what it's worth- i upgraded my FWF60E about a week ago and everything seems fine. I did notice that my VIPs stopped working. Deleting them and recreating from scratch fixed the problem. Thankfully it's my home firewall so there were only 2.
I have it running on a 500D and it seems ok as well, but that box has no VIPs.
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