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What kind of files will reside in each partition in palo alto fw

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I would like to know what kind of files will reside in below partitions in palo alto FW 

 

/opt/pancfg

/opt/panrepo

/dev/shm

/cgroup

/opt/panlogs

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L3 Networker

Here is info 

admin@PA-VM> show system disk-space
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/root 7.0G 4.2G 2.5G 64% / <<< OS(PAN-OS) is installed>>>
none 3.5G 92K 3.5G 1% /dev
/dev/sda5 16G 2.9G 13G 20% /opt/pancfg <<< where configuration files and dynamic updates are kept>>>
/dev/sda6 8.0G 1.4G 6.3G 18% /opt/panrepo <<<repository for downloaded OS(PAN-OS) files>>>>
tmpfs 2.8G 2.4G 420M 86% /dev/shm
cgroup_root 3.5G 0 3.5G 0% /cgroup
/dev/sda8 21G 598M 20G 3% /opt/panlogs <<<< log database>>

 

same output from 

PA220 firewall here

 

Filesystem            Size          Used       Avail        Use%            Mounted on
/dev/root              3.8G           2.8G        915M       76%                    /
none                    2.0G           60K          2.0G         1%                   /dev
/dev/mmcblk0p5   13G           2.5G          9.3G        21%                 /opt/pancfg
/dev/mmcblk0p6  3.8G          2.8G          869M         77%               /opt/panrepo
tmpfs                   2.0G           309M          1.7G        16%                /dev/shm
cgroup  _root      2.0G            0                2.0G            0%                  / cgroup
/dev/mmcblk0p8 3.7G            1.4G           2.2G            40%               /opt/panlogs
/dev/loop0         111M           5.6M             100M            6%                    / opt/panlogs/wildfire/tmpfile

 

 

refer to more info here

 

https://knowledgebase.paloaltonetworks.com/KCSArticleDetail?id=kA10g000000ClaJCAS

 

Best Regards,
Suresh

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L3 Networker

Here is info 

admin@PA-VM> show system disk-space
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/root 7.0G 4.2G 2.5G 64% / <<< OS(PAN-OS) is installed>>>
none 3.5G 92K 3.5G 1% /dev
/dev/sda5 16G 2.9G 13G 20% /opt/pancfg <<< where configuration files and dynamic updates are kept>>>
/dev/sda6 8.0G 1.4G 6.3G 18% /opt/panrepo <<<repository for downloaded OS(PAN-OS) files>>>>
tmpfs 2.8G 2.4G 420M 86% /dev/shm
cgroup_root 3.5G 0 3.5G 0% /cgroup
/dev/sda8 21G 598M 20G 3% /opt/panlogs <<<< log database>>

 

same output from 

PA220 firewall here

 

Filesystem            Size          Used       Avail        Use%            Mounted on
/dev/root              3.8G           2.8G        915M       76%                    /
none                    2.0G           60K          2.0G         1%                   /dev
/dev/mmcblk0p5   13G           2.5G          9.3G        21%                 /opt/pancfg
/dev/mmcblk0p6  3.8G          2.8G          869M         77%               /opt/panrepo
tmpfs                   2.0G           309M          1.7G        16%                /dev/shm
cgroup  _root      2.0G            0                2.0G            0%                  / cgroup
/dev/mmcblk0p8 3.7G            1.4G           2.2G            40%               /opt/panlogs
/dev/loop0         111M           5.6M             100M            6%                    / opt/panlogs/wildfire/tmpfile

 

 

refer to more info here

 

https://knowledgebase.paloaltonetworks.com/KCSArticleDetail?id=kA10g000000ClaJCAS

 

Best Regards,
Suresh
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