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CDA Virtual appliance ; how to maintain disk space with logging, etc...

We have a cda virtual machine that our asa firewalls and WSA use to identify AD users to IP addresses.  This is pretty important so imagine our surprise today when it stopped authenticating people because its disk was full (130GB).  We powered it off and resized the disk to 160 GB but upon power on its an infinite boot loop.  We are currently attempting to run a veeam restore of the machine from 1/19 back when hopefully the disk wasn't so full.

If successful, what can we do to prevent the disk from growing so large?  Is there any kind of automatic log rotation tools that can be enabled?

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What patch level are you on?

What patch level are you on?

There was a fix in patch 3 for "Disk is full"

They're up to patch 5... as far as I can tell you have to install each patch, they aren't cumulative.

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/security/ibf/cda_10/release_notes/cda10_rn.html#22497

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We were up to patch 4.  Don't

We were up to patch 4.  Don't have 5, thank you I will get it.

Veeam backup didn't work.  Tried different restore dates.  The VM just reboots itself after it tries to launch the cisco cda os.  We have to start from scratch :-(  Its been awhile, I have to see if we can remember how to do this.

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Doc is here:

Doc is here:

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/security/ibf/cda_10/Install_Config_guide/cda10.html

Downloads here:

https://software.cisco.com/download/release.html?mdfid=282803423&flowid=4949&softwareid=284724387&release=CDA&relind=AVAILABLE&rellifecycle=&reltype=latest

The beauty is you won't have to fight with your domain controllers, they're already set up...