/dev/md9 Space usage is 82% — /opt/panraid/ld1

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/dev/md9 Space usage is 82% — /opt/panraid/ld1

L1 Bithead

Hello Guys!

 

I read some threads on how this could be related to TSF file storage but I can't find any exact info. 

 

What exactly is this location and is this of concern that it's using 82% of the space? 

 

THANKS!

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I was able to research, and it seems pretty normal that the disk usage is 82%.

“Session log storage” is stored in "/opt/panraid/ld1".

And when the logs are full, the old logs will be purged.

 

The threshold for when logs are purged depends on the Palo Alto Networks device and version of PAN-OS running on it:
Palo Alto Networks firewalls Logs are stored in files and purged when the log quota is reached. When purged, Logs are deleted by the oldest date directory or logfile (max. 1 million entry) on the day .

 

I hope this helps.

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I was able to research, and it seems pretty normal that the disk usage is 82%.

“Session log storage” is stored in "/opt/panraid/ld1".

And when the logs are full, the old logs will be purged.

 

The threshold for when logs are purged depends on the Palo Alto Networks device and version of PAN-OS running on it:
Palo Alto Networks firewalls Logs are stored in files and purged when the log quota is reached. When purged, Logs are deleted by the oldest date directory or logfile (max. 1 million entry) on the day .

 

I hope this helps.

LIVEcommunity team member
Stay Secure,
Joe
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