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Copper

policy installation stuck for half an hr and counting!

what to do??😢(stuck at 30 percent)

 

Edit: its still stuck! been 55 minutes now!

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What version/JHF of management and gateway?
Also for anything more than a few minutes, the TAC should be involved.
Policy install in R80.40 is…noticeably faster.
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Copper

i was able to stop it using cpstop;cpstart on the mgmt server so no issues now, mgmt server & gtwy running R80.20


hotfix version on mgmt-

FW-MGMT01> show installer packages installed
** ************************************************************************* **
** Hotfixes **
** ************************************************************************* **
Display name Type
R80.20 Gaia 3.10 Jumbo Hotfix Accumulator for
Security Management General availability ( Hotfix
R80.20 Gaia 3.10 Jumbo Hotfix Accumulator for
Security Management General Availability ( Hotfix
fw1_wrapper_HOTFIX_R80_20_T101_HF_041_GA_FULL.
tgz Package
** ************************************************************************* **
** HFAs **
** ************************************************************************* **
Display name Type
Check Point CPinfo build 202 for R80.20 HFA
R80.20 SmartConsole Build 081 HFA
R80.20 SmartConsole Build 088 HFA
so yeah no issues as of now.
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At 30% something is stuck on the SMS/MDS, has nothing to do with transferring the policy to the gateway or the gateway loading the policy.  Eventually the fwm load operation on the SMS/MDS should time out on its own, but if it seems to be stuck forever just find the fwm load operation with the ps command and kill it.  Perhaps you are out of disk space?  df -h

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Copper

i was able to stop the installation by using cpstop;cpstart on the mgmt server but moving forward i will use the ps command as you described to kill the fwm load operation, thank you.
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