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PAN-OS 9.0.16 Addressed Issues

PAN-OS® 9.0.16 addressed issues.
Issue ID
Description
PAN-179581
Fixed an issue on firewalls in high availability (HA) configurations where a process (brdagent) stopped responding on a suspended active peer, which caused the suspended firewall to continue sending traffic.
PAN-176703
Fixed an issue that occurred after upgrading to a PAN-OS 9.0 or later release where commits to the firewall configuration failed with the following error message:
statistics-service is invalid
.
PAN-175716
Fixed an issue where sorting address groups by name, address, or location did not work on a device group that was part of a nested device group.
PAN-175211
Fixed a memory leak issue in the mgmtsrvr process.
PAN-174998
(
M-200 and M-500 appliances only
) Fixed a capacity issue that was caused by high operational activity and large configurations. This fix increases the virtual memory limit on the configd process to 32GB.
PAN-174709
Fixed an out-of-memory (OOM) condition that occurred due to multiple parallel jobs being created by the scheduled log export feature.
PAN-170997
Fixed an issue where FQDN service routes were not installed after a system reboot.
PAN-170952
Fixed an issue where the dataplane failed due to path monitor failure.
PAN-163245
Fixed an issue where a commit-all or push to the firewall from Panorama failed with the following error message:
client routed requesting last config in the middle of a commit/validate. Aborting current commit/validate
.
PAN-161940
Fixed an issue where the firewall did not honor the peer RX interval timeout in a Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) INIT state.
PAN-161297
Fixed an interoperability issue with other vendors when IKEv2 used SHA2-based certificate authentication.
PAN-159936
Fixed an issue where BGP routing stopped advertising a redistributed route when a similar new redistributed route was configured.
PAN-155532
Fixed an issue where the mgmtsrv process restarted due to a missing protective check around access to potentially NULL pointers.
PAN-149911
Fixed an issue where URL filtering logs for credential phishing displayed a slash character ( / ) in the URL field.

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