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    Quote Originally Posted by sky-knight View Post
    Bandwidth, and ticket control. OS upgrades aren't without risk, but even if you manage that properly can you imagine every UT box trying to get this huge update all at the same time?

    That's how you DOS update servers off the Internet!
    That all seems reasonable enough. Let’s just stipulate that it is. Now if marketing would read the memo…

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    Yeah well, show me a marketing department that actually understands technical reality and I'll show you a liar.

    There's nothing insecure about 13.2, and there won't be for some time. That stuff is for people still running v9!

    And... well... it's not wrong. It's just not quite correct either.
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    It’s just enough not quite correct/imprecise to cause a little confusion and maybe even a little angst among the uninitiated.

    Oh well.

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    Angst is profit.

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    Sorry about the confusion. It just the standard language for these webinars.

    13.2.x is up-to-date.
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    Is there a reason why the ova installation needs now 300mb for disk? I mean in 13 where it uses 80mb im totally fine in company for my 25 users for 1 month stats. Is there a way that i reduce the disk size during install or to edit something before installation to achieve that?
    Disk space is precious in my msa2042 hybrid array in company that's why am reluctant to proceed with v14.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluechris View Post
    Is there a reason why the ova installation needs now 300mb for disk? I mean in 13 where it uses 80mb im totally fine in company for my 25 users for 1 month stats. Is there a way that i reduce the disk size during install or to edit something before installation to achieve that?
    Disk space is precious in my msa2042 hybrid array in company that's why am reluctant to proceed with v14.
    Boot the thing to gparted and shrink the partition.

    It's also a thin provisioned disk, so you can set your retention nice and low and it'll never grow past what it needs for that short period. But if you want a hard cap, you need to shrink the / filesystem to a size you're ok with.
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    Oh thanks.. i will try it
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    Boot the thing to gparted and shrink the partition.

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    One last question, what is a good disk size? 120-160gb?

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    Just install from ISO. Select any disk size you wish.
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