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Logging disk utilization is high

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Jan 16th, 2014
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in WSA system status, logging disk utilization showing as more than 90%. Kindly suggest how can i delete the old files from WSA??

Correct Answer by donnylee about 3 years 7 months ago

Hi,


Did you keep high number of log files or oversized log files?

You can confirm this from the log subscriptions in the GUI menu.


You can make more room for logging by exporting the current logs using FTP, or delete the old logs.

Make sure you allow FTP access to the management interface.


Hope this helps.


- donny

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donnylee Sat, 01/18/2014 - 19:48
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Hi,


Did you keep high number of log files or oversized log files?

You can confirm this from the log subscriptions in the GUI menu.


You can make more room for logging by exporting the current logs using FTP, or delete the old logs.

Make sure you allow FTP access to the management interface.


Hope this helps.


- donny

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