On a FortiGate or FortiProxy, if we assign a disk to be used for WANOPT, it creates multiple partitions but uses only one.
Below is a sample output from a VM device.
FPXVM4xxxx # execute disk listDisk HD1 ref: 16 35.0GiB type: SSD [VMware Virtual disk] dev: /dev/sdb partition ref: 17 29.4GiB, 29.3GiB free mounted: Y label: LOGUSEDXF25E3AFF dev: /dev/sdb1 start: 2048 Disk HD2 ref: 32 35.0GiB type: SSD [VMware Virtual disk] dev: /dev/sdc partition ref: 33 9.7GiB, 9.7GiB free mounted: Y label: WANOPTXXAE57C0B3 dev: /dev/sdc1 start: 2048 partition ref: 34 1.7GiB, 1.7GiB free mounted: N label: dev: /dev/sdc2 start: 20916224 partition ref: 35 21.6GiB, 21.6GiB free mounted: N label: dev: /dev/sdc3 start: 24401920 Why does HD2 which is used for WANOPT have 3 partitions and their use? almost ~70% of the disk is unused.Is it possible to extend the first partition to include the whole disk?
It looks like you attached a second HD to your FortiGate-VM config. The FortiGate will only ever use one HD.
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