PANOS Provider crashing if EDLs are used

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PANOS Provider crashing if EDLs are used

L1 Bithead

Hi 🙂 


We are using Terraform and using the PANOS Provider 1.10.0 but since we're using EDLs the provider crashes with the following...


If I remove EDLs are try do a terraform plan then it succeeds, is someone able to assist?



Stack trace from the terraform-provider-panos_v1.10.0 plugin:


panic: runtime error: index out of range [2] with length 2


goroutine 52 [running]:, 0x1a, 0x139fb20, 0x0, 0x15, 0x153fc1a, 0xb, 0x139fb20) +0xd7, 0x152fa40, 0xc00000a1e0, 0xc000902cb0, 0x0) +0xb7*Resource).RefreshWithoutUpgrade(0xc00062f900, 0xc000be9d60, 0x152fa40, 0xc00000a1e0, 0xc000209340, 0x0, 0x0) +0x12e*GRPCProviderServer).ReadResource(0xc000208358, 0x17723d0, 0xc000335f80, 0xc000bd1680, 0xc000208358, 0xc000335f80, 0xc0004e4ba0) +0x3dd, 0xc000208358, 0x17723d0, 0xc000335f80, 0xc000bd1620, 0x0, 0x17723d0, 0xc000335f80, 0xc000564340, 0x197) +0x214*Server).processUnaryRPC(0xc0002c76c0, 0x177b938, 0xc00038b980, 0xc0000b2f00, 0xc00036c9f0, 0x1e97af0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0) +0x52b*Server).handleStream(0xc0002c76c0, 0x177b938, 0xc00038b980, 0xc0000b2f00, 0x0) +0xd0c*Server).serveStreams.func1.2(0xc0000384d0, 0xc0002c76c0, 0x177b938, 0xc00038b980, 0xc0000b2f00) +0xab

created by*Server).serveStreams.func1 +0x1fd


Error: The terraform-provider-panos_v1.10.0 plugin crashed!


This is always indicative of a bug within the plugin. It would be immensely

helpful if you could report the crash with the plugin's maintainers so that it

can be fixed. The output above should help diagnose the issue.


@gfreeman I can see that you have previously been the person to commit to this in GitHub. Tagging for your visibility 


L1 Bithead

Myself and a colleague have looked into this and found the potential issue which we have posted below, can someone from Palo Alto please update the provider...

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