Panorama in Azure is not detecting the attached logging disks

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Ravindra692
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Panorama in Azure is not detecting the attached logging disks

Hello

 

I deployed Panorama in Azure. I attached a 2TB data disk as a logging disk for the Panorama VM but when I go to Panorama CLI and run the command "show system disk details" it says "No Disks available". I found the below article in the knowledge base and tried the resolution 2 but it's still the same. Does anyone know how can I fix this problem?

 

https://knowledgebase.paloaltonetworks.com/KCSArticleDetail?id=kA10g000000POP8CAO


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Ravindra692
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I was able to make it detect the disk by doing the below.

I added a small 64GB disk as the logging Disk 1 and then the 2TB disk as the logging disk 2. I do not have an explanation for this, I just came to this by trial and error and this worked for m

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Ravindra692
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I was able to make it detect the disk by doing the below.

I added a small 64GB disk as the logging Disk 1 and then the 2TB disk as the logging disk 2. I do not have an explanation for this, I just came to this by trial and error and this worked for m

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