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FortiGate-7000 Release Notes

Known issues

The following issues have been identified in FortiGate-6000 and FortiGate-7000 FortiOS 5.6.14 Build 4292. For inquires about a particular bug, please contact Customer Service & Support. The Known issues described in the FortiOS 5.6.14 release notes also apply to FortiGate-6000 and 7000 FortiOS 5.6.14 Build 4292.

Bug ID Description
624855

Performing a graceful upgrade of a FortiGate-6000F HA cluster from FortiOS 5.6.12 build 4287 to 5.6.14 Build 4292 can sometimes fail if the cluster has to synchronize a very large number of logged in single sign on (FSSO and RSSO) users. The graceful upgrade can fail if the synchronization process takes too long and the graceful upgrade times out. If this happens, you can try the graceful upgrade again, if possible when fewer single sign-on users are logged in. Even if the graceful upgrade fails, the cluster will continue to process traffic during the upgrade process and will recover if the upgrade fails and continue to operate with 5.6.12 firmware.

624313

A FortiGate-6000 console CLI session may terminate in the middle of displaying command output. If this happens you can log in again and continue using the CLI.

624594

Upgrading FortiGate-6000 or 7000 firmware from FortiOS 5.6.14 Build 4292 to some earlier versions of FortiOS 6.0 may result in configuration error log messages. The error messages appear if FortiOS 5.6.14 supports a feature that is not supported by that 6.0 version of FortiOS. Following the correct upgrade path should avoid these errors.

Known issues

The following issues have been identified in FortiGate-6000 and FortiGate-7000 FortiOS 5.6.14 Build 4292. For inquires about a particular bug, please contact Customer Service & Support. The Known issues described in the FortiOS 5.6.14 release notes also apply to FortiGate-6000 and 7000 FortiOS 5.6.14 Build 4292.

Bug ID Description
624855

Performing a graceful upgrade of a FortiGate-6000F HA cluster from FortiOS 5.6.12 build 4287 to 5.6.14 Build 4292 can sometimes fail if the cluster has to synchronize a very large number of logged in single sign on (FSSO and RSSO) users. The graceful upgrade can fail if the synchronization process takes too long and the graceful upgrade times out. If this happens, you can try the graceful upgrade again, if possible when fewer single sign-on users are logged in. Even if the graceful upgrade fails, the cluster will continue to process traffic during the upgrade process and will recover if the upgrade fails and continue to operate with 5.6.12 firmware.

624313

A FortiGate-6000 console CLI session may terminate in the middle of displaying command output. If this happens you can log in again and continue using the CLI.

624594

Upgrading FortiGate-6000 or 7000 firmware from FortiOS 5.6.14 Build 4292 to some earlier versions of FortiOS 6.0 may result in configuration error log messages. The error messages appear if FortiOS 5.6.14 supports a feature that is not supported by that 6.0 version of FortiOS. Following the correct upgrade path should avoid these errors.