Here are Cortex Data Lake issues
that we’ve fixed (the Cortex Data Lake was formerly called the Logging
Fixed an issue where the PA-7000 Series or the PA-5200 Series
firewalls that are sending logs to
, caused a delay in viewing the latest logs on Panorama.
Fixed an issue where, on Panorama, you cannot view the
virtual system information in the logs for firewalls with multiple
virtual systems, when the firewall is configured to send logs to the
Fixed an issue where
as 0 MB, but
data is being received.
Fixed an issue where, if your Panorama is managing firewalls running
PAN-OS 8.0 that are sending logs to the Cortex Data Lake and you
have enabled Secure Client Communication, the TLS communication with
the Cortex Data Lake cannot be established successfully unless you
use the default certificates.
Fixed an issue where, if you deploy a new Panorama virtual appliance
running version 8.1.2, or you have not enabled the Cortex Data Lake
before you upgraded the Panorama appliance to 8.1.2, Panorama cannot
establish a connection with the Cortex Data Lake.
Fixed an issue where the option to toggle
log ingestion or storage for devices in the Cortex Data Lake app
did not function.
Fixed the display issue on the Cortex Data
Lake Status page on the hub. The amount of storage space used in
the EU region is now displayed accurately.
The logs on Panorama displayed the message:
Unable to connect to API gateway.
This issue is fixed.
Fixed the data display issue on the ACC on
Panorama and ACC data on a firewall.
Fixed the status and the erroneous warning
message that informed you about zero days remaining in the minimum
log retention day threshold for the Cortex Data Lake status on
Fixed an issue where firewalls would occasionally disconnect
from Cortex Data Lake.
The Application Usage widget on
longer displays value as 1.84E Exabytes.
Addressed the issue that caused the
Panorama 8.0.6 to not display any data in the
Addressed the issues that caused duplicated
or missing logs on firewalls that were sending logs to the Americas
region. This issue occurred for logs from Oct 23 to Oct 30, 2017.
Fixed an issue that caused incomplete sessions
to display on
Added support for forwarding logs from the
PA-5200 Series and the PA-7000 Series firewalls to the Cortex Data
Resolved the issue that caused the key findings
and application details in the SaaS Application Usage PDF report
to be incomplete.
The Cloud Services plugin no longer displays
an error after account verification that connectivity to the GlobalProtect
cloud service is temporarily unavailable.
The Application using Non-Standard
Ports widget on the
includes only applications on non-standard ports.
When refreshing firewall licenses from
, Panorama will fail
to fetch the licenses if you have submitted multiple refresh requests.
To prevent this from happening, do not submit a second refresh request
until the first refresh has completed.
no longer reports
No data to display
Cortex Data Lake now supports service routes.
Firewalls and Panorama can use either the management port or a dataplane port
to send communicate with the Cortex Data Lake.