Increasing log disk size on Panorama VM

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Increasing log disk size on Panorama VM

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I have Panorama 10.1 running as a VM on ESX.  System disk is 224gb and log disk 500gb.  I have shut down the VM and moved the log disk to a larger store (2000mb). VCentre now shows the disk as 2TB. However when i boot Panorama it still sees /dev/sdb1 as 500gb. What Panorama commands would i have to run to make it see and use the actual capacity?


EDIT: If this were Linux, i would use a tool like growfs to adjust the size of /dev/sdb1. Windows has similar tools to modify disk partition sizes. Does PanOS have something similar?


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According to this guide: Replace the Virtual Disk on an ESXi Server ( 

There is no option to modify a disk. You can either add a disk (in Panorama mode), or replace a disk with a fresh one.

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