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Tizius
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30 sec for a "commit"

Hi everybody,
I loaded on my J2300 and J4300 JUNOS 9.1R1.8. Unfortunately I found out that it takes from 20 to 40 seconds to execute a "commit". I have plenty of compact flash (1G) and DRAM (1G).
My previuos release was 8.3R4.3 and the "commit" took less than a couple of seconds at most.

To give you further information, here is the result of the “commit | display detail”. Should it be useful for you, the complete commit took 29 seconds and the time elapsed between the last line “2008-08-22 11:01:14 UTC: notifying daemons of new configuration “ and the message “commit complete” was about 19 seconds.
Tiziano
 
 
root@CN# commit | display detail
2008-08-22 11:01:06 UTC: exporting juniper.conf
2008-08-22 11:01:06 UTC: expanding groups
2008-08-22 11:01:06 UTC: finished expanding groups
2008-08-22 11:01:06 UTC: setup foreign files
2008-08-22 11:01:06 UTC: update license counters
2008-08-22 11:01:06 UTC: finish license counters
2008-08-22 11:01:06 UTC: propagating foreign files
2008-08-22 11:01:06 UTC: complete foreign files
2008-08-22 11:01:06 UTC: dropping unchanged foreign files
2008-08-22 11:01:06 UTC: executing 'ffp propagate'
2008-08-22 11:01:09 UTC: daemons checking new configuration
2008-08-22 11:01:09 UTC: commit wrapup...
2008-08-22 11:01:09 UTC: updating '/var/etc/filters/filter-define.conf'
2008-08-22 11:01:09 UTC: activating '/var/etc/certs'
2008-08-22 11:01:09 UTC: executing foreign_commands
2008-08-22 11:01:09 UTC: /bin/sh /etc/rc.ui ui_setup_users (sh)
2008-08-22 11:01:09 UTC: executing ui_commit in rc.ui
2008-08-22 11:01:11 UTC: executing 'ffp activate'
2008-08-22 11:01:14 UTC: copying configuration to juniper.save
2008-08-22 11:01:14 UTC: activating '/var/run/db/juniper.data'
2008-08-22 11:01:14 UTC: notifying daemons of new configuration
commit complete
 
Is there anybody who experienced the same problem ? Is there any fix ?
Thank you in advance.


Tiziano

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Raheel
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Re: 30 sec for a "commit"

[ Edited ]

 

please upgrade to latest version, 9.2

 

9.1 its a known issue.

 

thanks

Raheel Anwar

 


Message Edited by Raheel on 09-07-2008 04:47 PM
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Tizius
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Re: 30 sec for a "commit"

Sorry Mr. Anwar, but as I wrote at the beginning, I experienced the problem right after upgrading to release 9.1R1.8 from release 8.3R4.3. I did not experience any problem with the old version.

 

I thank you very much for your attention.

Tiziano

 

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Raheel
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Re: 30 sec for a "commit"

 

 

Tizius,

 

thank you for pointing out ( i also corrected my above post),  9.1 its a known issue, please upgrade/wait for 9.2 to be release

 

regards,

Raheel Anwar

 

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Tizius
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Re: 30 sec for a "commit"

OK Raheel, I'll do it and let you know.

Thank you very much for your suggestion.

Tiziano

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Tizius
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Re: 30 sec for a "commit"

Hi Raheel,

i loaded release 9.2 but unfortunately the problem remained. Any other suggestions ?

Thanks a lot,

Tiziano

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Gniewko
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Registered: ‎04-14-2008

Re: 30 sec for a "commit"

Hi everybody,

 

I've just loaded 9.2R1.10 on my J-6350 and experienced the same problem - commit takes way too long. I don't know whether it is related to J-Series only, cause haven't upgraded anything from M-Series yet.

I don't want to bother J-TAC if it's already signaled.

 

Have a nice afternoon,

 

All the best,

G.

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