It is possible that certain disk partitions such as /var/log can become filled until full. At the moment, there is no way for the administrator to clean up the disk.
When this happens, a case should be opened with Blue Coat Support to manually erase some log files to free up the partition.
When going over the disk_stats you will notice that the file name "lastlog" can be very large, sometimes up to or more than 1.2TB. This is because space is "allocated" ahead of time. The lastlog file is created as a
sparse file, so only the chunks of the file that are used actually take up physical storage space. So all the space really isn't allocated. The file size just shows you how big the file would be if you tried to copy. The size of "lastlog" is not reflected in the used disk space.
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