Device group pushes from the Panorama™ management server
to a multi-VSYS managed firewall are bundled into a single job.
Device group configuration changes pushed
manually or from a scheduled configuration
push of a device groups from the Panorama™ management server
to a multi-vsys firewall are
automatically bundled into a single job. When a push is executed
from Panorama to managed firewalls, Panorama inspects the managed firewalls
associated with the device group push. If Panorama detects that
multiple vsys belonging to the same multi-vsys firewall are associated
with a device group push, it bundles the commit job for each vsys
into a single commit job on the managed firewall to reduce the overall
commit job completion time.
If one of the bundled commit jobs fails, then
the entire push fails and you need to push entire the device group
configuration changes from Panorama again. Additionally, if multiple
multi-vsys firewalls are included in a push from Panorama and one push
fails, then the entire push fails to all firewalls included in the
push from Panorama. When you monitor the device group push locally
on the firewall, a single job is displayed rather than multiple
individual jobs. If any warnings are failures occur, an error description
indicating the impacted vsys is displayed.
This functionality is supported for multi-vsys firewalls managed
by Panorama running PAN-OS 10.1 and later releases by default.