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I have an issue on an XG125. Every morning between 9h00 AM and 10H00 AM the CPU usage goes to 100%. I connected to the appliance from SSH to check with the "top" command to see which process was using 100% of the CPU and this is the AVD process. Then, when I restart the Anti-Virus service from the appliance, the CPU usage come back at a normal usage.
The problem is happening every morning and it's very critical because when the CPU usage is at 100%, the IPSec VPN between this XG125 and another XG210 is not stable and 60 people could not work properly.
I openned a support case (here is the number: 8451452) and they asked me to backup the appliance and reset to factory defaults... But I cannot accept this answer because this is a production Firewall and the Firewall is at a remote site at 500Km, so I could not go on site just to test if a factory reset will do something, the boss won't accept to spend money for a 500Km travel just to do a factory reset because the ~$2000 firewall he bought needs a reset...
Actually I have totally disabled the "SCAN HTTP" feature on the rules to test if tomorrow morning the CPU will reach 100% again or not.
If anynone has an idea...Thank you for your help.
Apologies for this negative experience, I will follow up with your support case accordingly.
In reply to FloSupport:
In additional information, this morning the CPU usage is normal (in my opinion this is because I disabled SCAN HTTP in the firewall rules).
In reply to VikenNajarian:
What are your configured settings for Malware and Content Scanning? (Protect > Web > General Settings)
Would it be possible to please share a screenshot of these settings (along with expanding the advanced settings tab).
Here is the screenshot :
The settings are the same on the 10 others XG I manage and the issue is happening only on the XG125.
Thank you for your help.
Thanks for following up.
For troubleshooting, could you try switching your scan engine to Avira and then re-enabling Scan HTTP on your firewall rule to test if the issue still occurs?
Sorry I didn't mention it, but I already tried to switch the engine to Avira and then re-enabled Scan HTTP during 24 hours, but the problem was still the same at the next morning.
This is why I totally disabled Scan HTTP on the firewall rules.
Just an update, I obtained a RMA replacement unit from Sophos Support to replace the deffective XG125.I will replace it soon and I hope it will resolve my issue.