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PAN-OS 5.0.0 Upgrade failed

L0 Member

Upgraded a box from PAN-OS 4.1.10 to PAN-OS 5.0.0. During installation was prompted to reboot, chose reboot. The device did not come back online. Consoled into management port sees the following messages loop over and over:

Welcome to PanOS

Setting clock (utc): Wed Jan 23 15:12:59 EST 2013 [ OK ]

Starting udev: [ OK ]

Setting hostname 5000: [ OK ]

Checking filesystems:

Running filesystem check on sysroot1: [ OK ]

Running filesystem check on pancfg: [ OK ]

INIT: Entering runlevel: 3k

Entering non-interactive startup

Starting Networking: [ OK ]

Starting system logger: [ OK ]

Starting kernel logger: [ OK ]

Starting irqbalance: [ OK ]

Starting portmap: [ OK ]

Starting NFS statd: [ OK ]

Adding udev persistent rules[ OK ]

Starting sshd: [ OK ]

Starting ha-sshd: [ OK ]

Starting xinetd: [ OK ]

Starting ntpd: [ OK ]

Starting NFS services: [ OK ]

Starting NFS daemon: [ OK ]

Starting NFS mountd: [ OK ]

------------ NEW DISK CONFIGURATION REQUIRED ------------

Please wait while the new disk(s) are setup.

The system will reboot automatically when completed.

Jan 23 15:13:17 Error: sysd_sync_connect(sysd_sync.c:210): connect()::(errno: 11 1) Connection refused

Jan 23 15:13:17 Error: main(pan_elog_app.c:163): sysd construct failed

INIT: Sending processes the TERM signal

Shutting down NFS mountd: [ OK ]

Shutting down NFS daemon: nfsd: last server has exited, flushing export cache

[ OK ]

Shutting down NFS services: [ OK ]

Stopping ha-sshd: [ OK ]

Stopping sshd: [ OK ]

Stopping xinetd: [ OK ]

Shutting down ntpd: [ OK ]

Stopping NFS statd: [ OK ]

Stopping portmap: [ OK ]

Shutting down kernel logger: [ OK ]

Shutting down system logger: [ OK ]

Stopping Networking: SIOCGIFFLAGS: No such device

[ OK ]

Starting killall: [ OK ]

Sending all processes the TERM signal...

Sending all processes the KILL signal...

Saving random seed:

Syncing hardware clock to system time

Turning off swap:

Unmounting pipe file systems:

Unmounting file systems:

Please stand by while rebooting the system...

sd 0:0:0:0: [sda] Synchronizing SCSI cache

Restarting system.

machine restart

This was done on a 5020. Any help or insight would be greatly appreciated; trying to find answers here on Palo Alto's site but not having any luck searching for the error messages received above.

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L6 Presenter

When the device is booting up the device prompts you to "press 'm' to enter maintenance mode " . Hit m and enter maintenance mode. In the maintenance mode try to do a factory reset to 5.0.0 and reboot. If that is not possible please contact support.

Note however that you will lose logs if you do factory reset. So if the logs needs to be saved its better to first contact the support in order to save them and them perform a factory reset.

L0 Member

Thanks for the heads up, guys. I'll give it a whirl.

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