The firewall and Panorama now queue
so that you can initiate a new commit while a previous commit is still in progress. This enables you to activate configuration changes without having to coordinate commit times with other administrators. For example, you can initiate a local firewall commit while it is still receiving device group and template settings that a Panorama administrator committed. In Panorama, you can also initiate a single commit to push settings from multiple device groups that target different virtual systems on the same firewall instead of committing from one device group at a time.
The firewall and Panorama perform commits in the order you and other administrators initiate them. However, the firewall and Panorama prioritize automatic commits such as FQDN refreshes. If the queue already has the maximum number of administrator-initiated commits (varies by platform), the firewall or Panorama must begin processing a commit (remove it from the queue) before you can initiate a new commit.