Question: should disk clearance be scheduled regulary to avoid full disk issues?
There was a major incident hitting the traffic routing in an office for one my customers and the RFO was a disk partition for DRE was full and we needed to clear it before traffic was re-established. The concern now is that what will happen again if we need to clear this disk partition, and if we will be able to do in time before the service is affected? Will the traffic be stopped again?
Should such a disk clearance be scheduled regularly and well in advance before the service is affected?
This is a WAE 512-K9 with a dual disk array, each with 232.9 GB
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