Excluding logging of blocked detections in Remote Management Posted February 6, 2020 11 hours ago, MartinK said: Could you please access database via SQL Server Management Studio and provide us basic sizing statistics (number of entries, overall size of table) for problematic DB tables (there are standard reports available for this). In case table taking most of the space is tblf_firewallagregated_event, could you also verify that oldest entry as stored in column "Occurred" is not older than ~1 month? Asking, because in case there is huge amount of entries in mentioned table, it might have resulted in daily cleanups to fail and thus not cleaning older entries. Also in case there are many such event reported in a minute, are they all from different devices? Or clients are sending multiple identical events in a minute? If so, we might have to check whether event aggregation works correctly. Hello, I got the server operational again, and cleanup jobs that were indeed failing are now working again and I have 58% free space in the database. The tblf_firewallagregated_event table was definitely the culprit. I'm going to keep an eye on the specifics you mention to see if we still have an issue.