newly deployed ESXi vm panorama 8.0.2
By default free space is 11gb this is ok.
Then trying to add a new disk for exmpla 150gb.
This is working with version 7.1 new panorama.
Can we also make this work with new deployed 8.0.x panorama (legacy mode)
Name : sdb
size : 153600
Status : unavailabe
Reason : Admin disabled
How can we fix that ?
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you can use the command
request system disk add sdb
to add the disk
but only in panorama mode....
I never see the document about add the disk in legacy mode...
Our documentation only shows how to add an additional disk to Panorama mode, but legacy.
Here are the steps to achieve that:
debug panorama-vld-mgr reset-logging-disk
request restart system
Please notice that you must reboot your Panomara to successfully run the above command.
I tried this after adding 50Gb virtual disk but log storage is still 11Gb (12.54), so doesn't appear to work for me.
PAN 0S 8.1.0 legacy mode
Name : sdb
State : Present
Size : 51200 MB
Status : Available
Reason : Admin enabled
Hi, I have run "show system disk-space" and interestingly it looks like it is logging to the new disk
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/sda2 7.9G 2.6G 5.0G 35% /
/dev/sda5 24G 2.1G 21G 9% /opt/pancfg
/dev/sda6 6.0G 947M 4.7G 17% /opt/panrepo
tmpfs 4.0G 110M 3.8G 3% /dev/shm
cgroup_root 4.0G 0 4.0G 0% /cgroup
/dev/sdb1 21G 509M 19G 3% /opt/panlogs
However the new disk is 52Gb and not 21GB and also if I look in device > management >Logging and Reporting it only still displays 12.54GB under log storage.
This looks like an old post so sorry to drag it up. I have a Panorama Virtual Appliance in Legacy mode that's I'm working on getting to Panorama mode. The sdb is only sitting at 1TB when in VMWare it's showing at 2TB, so the command above (debug panorama-vld-mgr reset-logging-disk) seems like it could help us make use of the other 1TB.
Another question on this thread I have though is to @wibba and how did you get your pancfg partition to be 24GB on a virtual appliance? Did you add a bigger system disk and run the clone command (request system clone-system-disk target disk) in PanOS? The virtual appliance only have a system partition of 7GB for pancfg.
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