What are the Warning and Critical threshold values for the disk utilization (root partition)

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What are the Warning and Critical threshold values for the disk utilization (root partition)

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Dear All,

 

I hope you could help me with the query I could not find answer.

The customers would like to monitor the disk space usage and he is asking about Warning and Critical threshold values for the disk utilization (root partition).

 

Unfortunately, I could not find any information in the PA documentation about the above, but based to my knowledge, the PA TAC is  not really considering values below 95% as something unusual, and the alert will be triggered once the size of root partition will be at 95%.

*especially for the lower platforms like the PA-220 model. 

 

Could anyone please advise in regards to the Warning and Critical threshold values for the disk utilization (root partition), or point to some documentation about the same.

 

Thank you in advance!

Cheers!

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Hi @A_Adamski ,

 

When does the disk cleanup script execute

Difference between the disk-usage cleanup commands. 

 

Hope these help.

Kind regards,

-Kim.

LIVEcommunity team member, CISSP
Cheers,
Kiwi
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Community Team Member

Hi @A_Adamski ,

 

When does the disk cleanup script execute

Difference between the disk-usage cleanup commands. 

 

Hope these help.

Kind regards,

-Kim.

LIVEcommunity team member, CISSP
Cheers,
Kiwi
Please help out other users and “Accept as Solution” if a post helps solve your problem !

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Thank you Kiwi, that's helpful 🙂

Have a good one!

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