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Rrror while pushing policy that is policy installation failed due to internal error in R80.20M2

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We have 6200 + policy in one of policy package. while pushing policy getting error message Policy installation failed due to internal error, if problem persist contact Checkpoint support.

I have reduce number rules less than 6K able to validate Policy.

Is any rule line or rule compilation limit in R80.20M2. 

 

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You may be able to get specific hotfixes from TAC for R80.20.M2.
However, we are not planning regular Jumbo Hotfixes for this release at all.
This is documented here: https://supportcenter.checkpoint.com/supportcenter/portal?eventSubmit_doGoviewsolutiondetails=&solut...

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What do you mean by "policy" in this context, a rule? Are you using any inline layers at all?

In general there is no hard-coded limit of number of rules, but there may be specific issues with your policy that may be causing issues. Best to get the TAC involved.

As a separate issue, you should really upgrade from R80.20.M2. All features and more are in R80.30 which is receiving regular jumbo hotfixes (R80.20.M2 is not).

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Yes, Policy means rule. I am not using inline layer.

I will reach out to tac.

Is any plan to release Hotfix for R80.20M2?

 

Thanks,

Mahesh

 

 

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You may be able to get specific hotfixes from TAC for R80.20.M2.
However, we are not planning regular Jumbo Hotfixes for this release at all.
This is documented here: https://supportcenter.checkpoint.com/supportcenter/portal?eventSubmit_doGoviewsolutiondetails=&solut...

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It means this is will resolve with help of tac and hotfix?

If I want to switch from current R80.20M2  to R80.30 or R80.20. Which option is better ?

I do not know stability about R80.30.

 

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It depends on the specific issue.
Most fixes are delivered as part of the jumbo hotfix process.
Because we're not creating jumbos for R80.20.M2, all fixes will have to be ported to R80.20.M2, which will add additional time to receive fixes.

R80.20.M2 is a higher version than R80.20.
As such, you cannot "upgrade" to R80.20 from R80.20.M2, only to R80.30 or later.
R80.30 is considered the widely recommended release at this point.

Note that "M" (for Management) releases were primarily conceived to release certain management-specific functionality ahead of an upcoming maintrain release for customers who could not wait.
The expectation is that customers would upgrade to the next maintrain once it was available.
Now that we are releasing maintrain releases a bit faster than before, I suspect we won't see Management releases like this again.
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M version should live only till the next version and the formal “exit plan” from M release is to upgrade to the next maintrain. SO To get fixes, upgrade to R80.30.

By now R80.30 is widely used (nearly 100 times more usage than the M release you use) so its really bad idea to stay there. 

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Thanks for an update.

I will plan for upgrade to R80.30.

 

Thanks,

Mahesh

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