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What happens if the destination volume or staging volume is out of space in NAS auditing?

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • Auditing

Answer

  • If destination volumes or staging volumes run out of space, auditing cannot write log records into staging files

  • If the -audit-guarantee argument is set to enable

    • This results in client access failures

 

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