Since the v4.7.x release, FortiADC has introduced a parameter called
config-priotity for HA configuration. It allows you to determine which configuration the system uses when synchronizing the configuration between the HA nodes. Therefore, upon upgrading to FortiADC 4.7.x or higher, we strongly recommend that you use this option to manually set different HA configuration priority values on the HA nodes. Otherwise, you'll have no control over the system's master-slave configuration sync behavior.
When the configuration priority values are identical on both nodes (whether by default or by configuration), the system uses the configuration of the appliance with the larger serial number to override that of the appliance with the smaller serial number. When the configuration priority values on the nodes are different, the configuration of the appliance with the lower configuration priority will prevail.
The request-body-detection in the WAF web-attack-signature profile will be changed from "disable" to "enable" automatically after upgrading to FortiADC 5.4.0.