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opaque: "Disk usage exceeds limit, 98 percent in use, cleaning filesystem"

L3 Networker

Hi Guys,

What should i do? who can help me?


Thanks in advance

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L7 Applicator

L7 Applicator

What PAN OS version  is running on your appliance...?

L7 Applicator

Please share the CLI output from your PAN firewall:

admin@DADA> show system disk-space

Thanks

L6 Presenter

Hi Tigran,

From log it seems firewall is doing its job and purging old logs.

Please provide us output for "show system disk-space". If any of the partition is still 100% utilized than its an issue.

In that case call TAC someone will help to clear space.

Regards,

Hardik Shah

L3 Networker

Guys,

Thanks for quick response.

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L3 Networker

Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on

/dev/sda3             1.9G  1.8G   44M  98% /

/dev/sda5             6.6G  3.7G  2.6G  60% /opt/pancfg

/dev/sda6             1.9G  887M  946M  49% /opt/panrepo

tmpfs                 1.3G   67M  1.2G   6% /dev/shm

/dev/sda8             2.4G  1.9G  392M  83% /opt/panlogs


Here are the details, the root directory is full 98%, i was trying to use ls command like in linux/unix, but without any luck.How can i see what do i have in that dircetory?

Thanks

Hello Tigran,,


It seems the file system /dev/sda3 is almost full and only 44MB space is remaining on the HDD. You may contact with PAN support to delete few unwanted files from root#.


I have seen a similar problem in the past, where PAN FW is logging failed SSH login attempts (/var/log/btmp ). This file is not rotated and can grow and consume all the space on HDD. This issue is most likely to occur on devices like PA-200.


Bug 66208 - SSH bruteforce attack on firewall interface caused the /var/log/btmp to get huge causing system disk space full

Fixed: PAN OS 6.1.0/6.0.7


Hope this helps.


Thanks

Hi Tigran,

I think its PA-200 box. It has a known  issue where root patition is almost full "/dev/sda3             1.9G  1.8G   44M  98% /".

I would suggest you to contact TAC. They will removt btmp file and it should be fine after that. Let me know if that helps.

Regards,

Hardik Shah

we had the same issue on many pa200 fw

any solution without opening a case ?

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