Hello @Siva P.
Use Disk Quota Reservation per System Profile to reserve storage per System Profile and specify System Profile priority in terms of choosing a System Profile from which to delete a session. By making reservations for System Profiles, the oldest from the specific session data is deleted to meet the quota again. System Profiles without a reservation compete for the remaining resources. This means reservations for System Profiles are not simply a sub-quota of the Total Disk Quota.
Have a look on the below link for more insight e.g. 'Total quota vs. reservations per System Profile'.
Thanks for the reply.
I shared the above mentioned information to the customer.
But, he replied back asking the same question " what exactly Session storage/week means? Is it the maximum storage the system needs
or is it the storage the system needs per week?
Could you please clarify if it is the storage per week or storage the system needs
Hello @Siva P.
The storage size should be consider as per the volume of PurePath and number of days you required the transnational data e.g.Total quota lower limit without reservations
The smallest number you can enter for total storage is 20 GB, but you must ensure that other processes don't consume system disk space, which could reduce the amount of total storage to less than the specified amount.
This can be no lower than 50 GB, for reasons previously stated.
The Storage Quota Assignment section of the dialog box allows to define disk space quota per System Profile (percentage of the total setting or part in GB) and shows the current use in GB and the date of the oldest continuous recording session.
You can share the link with the customer I shared with you for his own understanding.