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What can I do if my NTA Flow Storage Database has reached capacity

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Updated January 12, 2017

Overview

What can I do if my NTA Flow Storage Database has reached capacity?

 

Environment

  • NTA 4.x

Detail

NTA will alert you if your NTA Flow Storage Database nears or reaches the available capacity. In this case, we recommend that you adjust your retention to a shorter period. If you reached capacity on day 27 of your retention period, adjust your retention period accordingly and the data will be trimmed from your DB automatically the next time the midnight maintenance runs.

 

 

 

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