Why log partition is different between PA5000 series and others?

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ttongfly
L3 Networker

Why log partition is different between PA5000 series and others?

Hello.

I checked our PA box that PA 5000 series and old one that have diffrent hard-disk for logging is below.

- PA 5020

admin@PA-5020> show system disk-space

Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on

/dev/md3              3.8G  1.3G  2.4G  34% /

/dev/md5              7.6G  2.0G  5.2G  28% /opt/pancfg

/dev/md6              3.8G  984M  2.7G  27% /opt/panrepo

tmpfs                 1.8G   37M  1.7G   3% /dev/shm

/dev/md8               88G  4.8G   79G   6% /opt/panlogs

- PA-500

admin@PA-500-UQUEST> show system disk-space
Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on

/dev/sda3             3.8G  1.2G  2.5G  32% /

/dev/sda5             7.6G  3.5G  3.8G  49%

/opt/pancfg/dev/sda6             3.8G  1.8G  1.9G  49%

/opt/panrepotmpfs                 487M   37M  451M   8%

/dev/shm/dev/sda8             125G   13G  106G  11% /opt/panlogs

As you see above, PA-5020 has got the 88G logging partition and PA-500 series has got 125G logging partition.

Why above is different? I want to know why is diferent in detail.

Thanks

Regards.

Roh.


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rmonvon
L6 Presenter

The models have different size for their HDD.  The PA500 has a 160GB IDE HD while the PA5000 has a standard 120GB solid-state HD.  The PA5000 can also be upgraded to increase the HD to 240GB. So the total disk space may vary according to the model.

You should also check the disk allocation in the web GUI under Device tab ==> Setup ==> Management widget.  This allows you to change the disk space for the various log databases.

Thanks,

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rmonvon
L6 Presenter

The models have different size for their HDD.  The PA500 has a 160GB IDE HD while the PA5000 has a standard 120GB solid-state HD.  The PA5000 can also be upgraded to increase the HD to 240GB. So the total disk space may vary according to the model.

You should also check the disk allocation in the web GUI under Device tab ==> Setup ==> Management widget.  This allows you to change the disk space for the various log databases.

Thanks,

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ttongfly
L3 Networker

Thank you for reply in detailed informaiton.!!!!

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