Deployment Architecture

Maximum disk usage quota has been reached - what authorize.conf file to modify

jwalzerpitt
Motivator

I have users getting the "maximum disk usage quota has been reached" message and from other questions and answers I see I need to increase the srchDiskQuota setting in the authorize.conf file.

I have a SHC and when I look for the authorize.conf file I see it in /opt/splunk/etc/system/default/authorize.conf - if I modify the file in that directory and then push out to my SHs, do I need to worry about the /opt/splunk/etc/system/default/authorize.conf  being overwritten when I update Splunk in the future? 

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richgalloway
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Yes, you do have to worry about the file being overwritten when you update Splunk.  That is why every .conf file says to NOT modify the /default copy.  Always make your changes in a /local directory.

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jwalzerpitt
Motivator

Thx Rich - I'll create a new file under the /local directory

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richgalloway
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Yes, you do have to worry about the file being overwritten when you update Splunk.  That is why every .conf file says to NOT modify the /default copy.  Always make your changes in a /local directory.

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