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We have a Palo Alto VM-300 firewall in Azure which was deployed from the market place with a 40GB system disk.
To upgrade to PAN-OS 10.0 and above, the system disk needs to be a minimum of 60GB.
Has anyone done this before?
What is the best approach?
I want to preface this by saying that after completing the below in a DEV environment, we ended up completely swapping out with new VMs built directly on 9.1.x in PROD. It just didn't seem like this was going to be supported by TAC.
IMO, Palo's KB (link #1) on this topic is unfortunately rather vague. The only thing the article offers after cloning the osDisk is
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