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# Unable to View any Archived Networks

## Problem

Unable to view any existing archived network in the Archives tab (Network > Browser > Archives) in the Paragon Planner desktop application GUI.

## Solution

It is likely that the /opt/northstar/data directory has no space available or has lesser space than what is required to store an archived network.

2. From the primary node, check the capacity of the /opt/northstar/data directory by using the following command:

root@primary-node:~# kubectl get pvc -n northstar
3. (Optional) From the primary node, check the capacity and usage of the ceph storage space by using the following command:

root@primary-node:~# kubectl exec -ti -n rook-ceph \$(kubectl get po -n rook-ceph -l app=rook-ceph-tools -o jsonpath={..metadata.name}) -- bash
[root@rook-ceph-tools-]# ceph status

This information is useful to understand the amount of storage allocation that you can increase for the /opt/northstar/data directory.

4. Obtain the name of the pod associated with the scheduler process (that is, the dcscheduler pod) by using the following command:

root@primary-node:~# kubectl get pod -n northstar|grep dcscheduler
5. Log in to the dcscheduler pod by using the following command:

root@primary-node:~# kubectl exec -it dc-scheduler-pod-name -c dcscheduler -n northstar -- bash

In the command, dc-scheduler-pod-name is the name of the pod that you obtained in Step 4.

6. From the dcscheduler pod, check the amount of free space available in the /opt/northstar/data directory by using the following command:

root@dc-scheduler-pod-name:# du -s -h /opt/northstar/data

If there is no free space available in the directory, the Use% column in the output displays 0%. If the percentage of space used is closer to the capacity of the directory, you can use one of the the following commands to make space in the directory:

• To remove all directories created more than 24 hours ago (the recent directories might be in use):

root@dc-scheduler-pod-name:# ls -lrt
• To remove a specific directory:

root@dc-scheduler-pod-name:# \rm -r directory-name

You can now check whether you can view any archived networks in the GUI. If you still cannot view any archived networks, contact Juniper Networks Technical Assistance Center (JTAC).