I requested for a PA-VM evaluation license using 10.0.4, tried using VMware Workstation import the .OVA using 6Gb RAM and 4 cores, everything looks fine, until it gets a management IP a few seconds later says "Broadcast message from root" and "The system is going down for system halt NOW" stops PAN Software and shutdown virtual machine.
I tried on another PC but got same results
This not happen with any other unlicensed version, just with a license software
Anyone has experienced same issue and how to fix it please!
Ok, Found the solution and it works for me:
1- Disable the time on the Vmware
2- Go to VM host directory and add below lines to the vmx file, to completely disable the time sync
time.synchronize.continue = "FALSE"
time.synchronize.restore = "FALSE"
time.synchronize.resume.disk = "FALSE"
time.synchronize.shrink = "FALSE"
time.synchronize.tools.startup = "FALSE"
3- Start the VM from : Power -> Power on to Firmware
4- from BIOS, change date to 01/01/2021
5- Save and Exit from BIOS
6- VM will come up and will not power off anymore, you can set NTP on the PA VM to have the correct time.
7- If you shutdown the VM and want to restart it again, repeat from step 3.
Only time I seen a vm unable to boot up successfully is when the ethernet in .vmx conf file was wrong.
Vsys_remo answer and please set your management in either bridged or natted.
It could also be corrupt image
Hi. I see the same issue on a Palo Alto VM. The VM was perfectly functioning around a week ago however, for a few days it won't work. I am running VM in a KVM and after the short boot, I see a message that VM will be shut down. I have re-installed the VM on different platforms, such as KVM, VMware and EVE-NG. The message is all the same. There is an article about this issue for version 9.1. I am using 10.0.4
Looks like some kind of kernel type settings.
Would there be a solution to that issue?
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