This error is caused by storing too many accesslogs/packet captures on the appliance. You will need to FTP to the management IP of the WSA. Log in with your admin credentials and delete/move some of the files in the accesslogs directory as well as the captures directory. (captures can be deleted using the GUI if you do not need to save them.)
With the limited disk space on the 170 model you may want to consider setting the log compression option for at least the accesslogs (if not all log subscriptions), to do this go to the GUI > System Administration > Log Subscriptions > click on the name of the log you want to edit, in this case click on accesslogs. There is a check box that you should have checked in order to allow log compression. Doing this will zip the files in the backend to save space.
If removing the log files do not clear the error, it could be one of the directories in the backend that needs to be cleared. To do this you will need to open a support case and TAC can log in and clear the excess files.
"do not clear the error" is in regards to the alert you received stating the log partition is at 107%. This means that you have too many saved files for the available disk space. You will need to remove any excess files.
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