Splunk SOAR (f.k.a. Phantom)

Phantom : Warm-standby failover is not working as the filesystem size of /opt/phantom/db is more than /tmp/? How to fix it?

sdubey_splunk
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Warm-standby failover is not working as the filesystem size of /opt/phantom/db is more than /tmp/. How to fix it?

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sdubey_splunk
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  • Easiest fix increase space allocated to /tmp filesystem then problem solved( if possible).

on latest 4.8 version, can specify where to dump tmp db. also only restores tmp db if it's copied over.

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sdubey_splunk
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  • Easiest fix increase space allocated to /tmp filesystem then problem solved( if possible).

on latest 4.8 version, can specify where to dump tmp db. also only restores tmp db if it's copied over.

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