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Log and Report Expiration Periods

You can configure automatic deletion based on time for the logs that the Panorama management server and Log Collectors collect from firewalls, as well as the logs and reports that Panorama and the Log Collectors generate locally. This is useful in deployments where periodically deleting monitored information is desired or necessary. For example, deleting user information after a certain period might be mandatory in your organization for legal reasons. You configure separate expiration periods for:
  • Reports
    —Panorama deletes expired reports at the same it generates new reports (see Configure the Run Time for Panorama Reports).
  • Each log type
    —Panorama evaluates logs as it receives them, and deletes logs that exceed the configured expiration period.
  • Panorama synchronizes expiration periods across high availability (HA) pairs. Because only the active HA peer generates logs, the passive peer has no logs or reports to delete unless failover occurs and it starts generating logs.
    Even if you don’t set expiration periods, when a log quota reaches the maximum size, Panorama starts overwriting the oldest log entries with the new log entries.

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