When you Perform Initial Configuration of the Panorama Virtual Appliance, you specify the memory and number of CPUs based on how many firewalls Panorama will manage:
1–10 firewalls—4 CPUs and 4GB memory 11–50 firewalls—8 CPUs and 8GB memory 51–1,000 firewalls—8 CPUs and 16GB memory
If you increase the number of firewalls that Panorama manages, you must also increase the memory and CPUs.
Increase CPUs and Memory for Panorama on an ESXi Server
Increase CPUs and Memory for Panorama on an ESXi Server
Access the VMware vSphere Client and select Virtual Machines.
Right-click the Panorama virtual appliance and select Power > Power Off.
Right-click the Panorama virtual appliance and select Edit Settings.
Select Memory and enter the new Memory Size based on the number of firewalls that Panorama manages: 1-10 firewalls—4GB memory 11-50 firewalls—8GB memory 51-1,000 firewalls—16GB memory
Select CPUs and specify the number of CPUs (the Number of virtual sockets multiplied by the Number of cores per socket) based on the number of firewalls that Panorama manages: 1-10 firewalls—4 CPUs 11-50 firewalls—8 CPUs 51-1,000 firewalls—8 CPUs
Click OK to save your changes.
Right-click the Panorama virtual appliance and select Power > Power On.
Increase CPUs and Memory for Panorama on vCloud Air
Increase CPUs and Memory for Panorama on vCloud Air
Access the vCloud Air web console and select your Virtual Private Cloud OnDemand region.
In the Virtual Machines tab, select the Panorama virtual machine and Power Off.
Select Actions > Edit Resources.
Set the CPU and Memory based on the number of firewalls that Panorama manages: 1–10 firewalls—4 CPUs and 4GB memory 11–50 firewalls—8 CPUs and 8GB memory 51–1,000 firewalls—8 CPUs and 16GB memory
Save your changes.
Select the Panorama virtual machine and Power On.

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