Re: FAZ VM Log Throttle
Before reading your second post, I thought that the figures look pretty OK.
Assume 100 bytes per log entry, and 1.5 GB/86400s, would mean ~ 186 logs/s. Which wouldn't surprise me in your environment, and is far from any rate limit stated for the FAZ(-VM).
1.5 or 2 GB/day is easily taken by a FAZ-VM, even with just 2 vCPUs. If you look at the receive/insertion rate diagram, you see that everything that is received is promptly stored in the DB (no lag, no steady differences). So that looks OK as well.
Not getting any DNS logs is of course a bug situation. I just wonder why it doesn't show in the load diagrams. I'd ask Support to have a look at this, esp. for DNS logs.
You might (might) rebuild the DBs, or the data partition, with old logs being saved in advance. But, this is definitively a Support issue then.
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