How to Display PAN or Panorama Log Database (logdb) Disk Space
Disk usage looks at the accumulation of all of the logs and will never reach %100 because the logs will overwrite themselves.
Use the following CLI command to display the log partition size on a PAN or Panorama:
(The sample output below is from Panorama)
>show system logdb-quota
total log disk size: 10 GB
traffic: 50%, 5GB
threat: 16%, 1GB
system: 4%, 0GB
config: 4%, 0GB
appstat: 4%, 0GB
trsum: 4%, 0GB
trsum: 4%, 0GB
traffic: Logs: 4.8G, Index: 748M
threat: Logs: 1.6G, INdex: 274M
appstatdb: Logs: 38M, Index: 13M
trsum: Logs: 8.0K, Index: 8.0K
thsum: Logs: 8.0K, Index: 8.0K
config: Logs: 1.6M, Index: 600K
system: Logs: 26M, Index:5.1M
traffic Logs: 4.8G, Index 778M
theat: Logs: 1.6G, Index: 270M
appstatdb: Logs: 37M, Index: 12M
trsum: Logs: 4.1K, Index: 4.1K
thsum: Logs: 4.1K, Index: 4.1K
config: Logs: 1.4M, Index: 292K
sysem: Logs: 25M, Index: 2M
There are 3 sections:
Quotas: is the actual quotas that are configured on the drive.
Disk usage: is how much of the disk space is actually used by the different logs, based on the disk layout (i.e. blocksize)
Data: is how much data there actually is, if it were not tied to the disk layout.
Within Disk usage and Data, Logs represents the space used just by the log file.
Index is the space used by the index of the log file. An index is used for increasing performance of queries.
To clear a log file, enter the CLI command:
> clear log <log>
More information on exporting logs can be found in this document: How to Export Logs