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Use the LEM Database Maintenance Report to See Retention and Volume of Traffic

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  • Disk Usage Summary - This section provides disk usage figures in percentage of the space allocated to the LEM database. It breaks down how much of the disk is free, and the size of Alert Data, Other Files and Disk Free.

  • Disk Usage Details - This section provides the actual amount related to the percentage rate in the Disk Usage Summary section.

  • Database Time Span (days) - This section notes the Alert DB value. This value tells you how many days' worth of live Alert data is currently stored on your LEM database.


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The second page of the Database Maintenance Report shows detailed information about Alert DB value. A bar graph also displays Alert Totals for the last 20 days.

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The Other Files figure in the Database Maintenance Report consists primarily of the data in the Syslog store. 

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