Increase CPUs and Memory for Panorama on Hyper-V

How to increase the virtual CPU cores and memory for a Panorama™ management server on Hyper-V.
For the minimum CPUs and memory that Panorama™ requires, see Increase CPUs and Memory on the Panorama Virtual Appliance.
A Panorama virtual appliance in Log Collector mode does not remain in Log Collector mode if you resize the virtual machine after you deploy it and this can result in a loss of log data.
  1. Power off the Panorama virtual appliance.
    1. On the Hyper-V Manager, select the Panorama virtual appliance instance from the list of
      Virtual Machines
      .
    2. Select
      Action
      Turn Off
      to power off the Panorama virtual appliance.
    panorama-hyperv-turn-off-vm.png
  2. On the Hyper-V Manager, select the Panorama virtual appliance instance form the list of
    Virtual Machines
    , and select
    Action
    Settings
    to edit the Panorama virtual appliance resources.
  3. Edit the allocated Panorama virtual appliance memory.
    1. In the
      Hardware
      list, select
      Memory
      .
    2. Edit the currently allocated
      Startup RAM
      .
      panorama-hyperv-increase-mem.png
  4. Edit the allocated Panorama virtual appliance CPU cores.
    1. In the
      Hardware
      list, select
      Processor
      .
    2. Edit the currently allocated
      Number of virtual processors
      .
      panorama-hyperv-increase-cpu.png
  5. Apply
    the reallocated memory and CPU cores.
  6. Power on the Panorama virtual appliance.
    1. Select the Panorama virtual appliance instance from the list of
      Virtual Machines
      .
    2. Select
      Action
      Start
      to power on the Panorama virtual appliance.
    panorama-hyperv-start-vm.png

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