how to delete panorama config logs

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L3 Networker

how to delete panorama config logs

we have set retention period for 1 day , but still config logs are showing of last 5 days in Panorama. As per tac this is the bug as they are currently analyzing the file.

Also tried to delete all config logs of Panorama through cli but no luck. 

Below command not worked on M200 running on 9.0.9-h1 to clear config log

clear log [ acc | alarm | config | hip match | system | threat | traffic]
 

 

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L7 Applicator

@Deepak_Kis the intent to not log anything at all, or just the 1 day?

 

you could decrease the log quota for the config log to an extremely small size so it cannot contain more logs than allowed

 

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L3 Networker

@reaper                                                                                                                                                                                         Panorama not allowing to change quota for config logs. M200 running on PANOS 9.0.9-h1. We cannot add less than 32 MB.error.PNG

Even after adding 32 MB old logs are not purged. We can see logs from 19 July in Panorama > Config. Also there is not effect of command and max days count.

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L4 Transporter

Changin the storage would maybe be an workaround, but the option for setting a day-limit is present and is supposed to work.

 

I would suggest to raise a TAC case with this, due to the suspect of a software bug.

 

Which PAN-OS are your currently running?

Best Regards
Chacko
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L3 Networker

PANOS 9.0.9-h1

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L0 Member

Okay, preferred release - then please go ahead and raise a bug with PAN TAC

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