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NetFlow Database Maintenance: Deleted xx expired endpoints in x.xx seconds

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Updated August 31, 2016


This article provides an explanation of the following event:

NetFlow Database Maintenance: Deleted x expired endpoints in x.xx seconds.


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This is just an informational event which means that NTA database maintenance is removing details about endpoints (IP address, host name, and others) from the database for which there is no longer any Flow data. This is due to the Flow data being cleared by maintenance, i.e. No flows referring to these endpoints within the retention period (last 30 days by default).


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