Diplay file in disk folders


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Diplay file in disk folders

when I apply following command
show system disk-space
many folders displayed. can you help me to display all files in this folders (/opt/pancfg,/opt/panrepo/dev/shm, and /opt/panlogs) ?

Filesystem            Size    Used   Avail Use% Mounted on

/dev/sda3             3.8G    1.1G    2.5G  31% /

/dev/sda5             7.6G    2.1G    5.1G  29% /opt/pancfg

/dev/sda6             3.8G    2.7G    932M  75% /opt/panrepo

tmpfs                   487M   37M     451M   8% /dev/shm

/dev/sda8             125G   403M    118G   1% /opt/panlogs

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Cyber Elite



I do not think that we, as endusers, have access to see the files, the form you are looking at.

We do not have access to the root/base system of the appliance (security appliance, right?  ;>)


Some of those log files can be seen by doing a "less mp-log ?" and listing out the 116 log entries and looking at whatever specific one you would require.


/dev/sda6             3.8G    2.7G    932M  75% /opt/panrepo

Reports would be well, under the Monitor Tab...


/dev/sda5             7.6G    2.1G    5.1G  29% /opt/pancfg

Your configurations would be on the hard drive (which you have access to)


/dev/sda8             125G   403M    118G   1% /opt/panlogs

All logs (system, threats, traffic, user-id, etc) are under the Monitor Tab


Some like this.... 



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You can see some of what's stored in this directory if you dive into a technical support file yourself, but not exactly everything. Either way it's about as close as you'll get to see an ls tree in these directories unless you ever have someone on support drop you into a console for some advanced troubleshooting. 

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Many thanks for all of you for support

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