Hello, good afternoon. As always thanks for the collaboration and for your time in commenting.
In the following environment/infra detail:
Panorama M-100 Pan-os 9.1.4 - 20 Firewalls HA 5250 PAN-OS 9.1.4
PA-5200 Series: System file storage-240GB (Two 240GB solid-state drives (SSDs) in a RAID-1 pair) - Log storage-2TBs (Two 2TB hard disk drives (HDDs) in a RAID-1 pair).
Performing a health check of the firewalls, in Managed Devices - Health and in the Environments tab which is where it shows hardware issues, such as fans, disks, temperature, of the firewalls I only see the RAID Logs (disk Logs1 - Logs2) but it does not show me the system Raid sys (Sys1 - Sys2).
If I enter by ssh to the firewalls, and I execute a show system raid detail I can see perfectly both raid in the firewalls directly without any problem, that is to say with a good, with a perfect status both RAID and its disks. But the grace, as we must get a health report of the entire platform, and the idea is to do it all by PANORAMA, to not have to go firewall by firewall via cli, but just does not show the system ones.
Does anyone know what this issue may be about ? is it a normal behavior ? that simply shows the Logs Raid ( logs1 - logs2 ) but not the system ( sys1- sys2 ) ?.
Reviewing the doc, it indicates that it should show me the information of the available RAIDs, in this case 5200 series firewalls with its Log and Sys RAD ) : https://docs.paloaltonetworks.com/pan-os/9-1/pan-os-web-interface-help/panorama-web-interface/panorama-managed-devices-summary/detailed-device-health-in-panorama#:~:text=temperature%20and%20location.-,System%20Disk%20Status,-Displays%20the%20available.
"Displays the available, used, and utilization percentage for the root, pancfg, panlogs, and panrepo mounts. System Disk Status also displays the disk name, size, and RAID status for firewalls that are RAID enabled".
Thanks in advance for your support and cooperation.