bashash Absent Member.
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Arcsight Logger Storage groups

How many storage groups are available in Arcsight logger? and explain each storage group?

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Gayan Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: Arcsight Logger Storage groups

Hi Shaik.

Logger’s storage volume varies by version, up to the maximum of 12 TB. The initialization process sets the storage volume. For Logger appliances, the storage volume is set to the maximum capacity for the model. For software Loggers, the storage volume is set to the maximum capacity specified in the license or the available disk space, whichever is smaller.

Logger can have a maximum of 6 storage groups—two that pre-exist on your Logger (Internal Storage Group and Default Storage Group) and four that you can create. You can add the additional storage groups (up to the maximum of six) at any time.

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Gayan

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andrea.cefali@h Valued Contributor.
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Re: Arcsight Logger Storage groups

By default are present only two storage groups (Default storage Group & Internal Storage group). The Internal storage group is used to archive events generated by the logger such as (temperature, bytes read, cpu usage, ecc). Default sotrage group is used to archive events generated by the connector (parsed events).

You can add more storage group and this is the best practice but once the archive group is created can't be deleted, so think twice before.

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