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system logs on esxi host are stored on non-persistent storage

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system logs on esxi host are stored on non-persistent storage.... I just noticed it's says this.  I'm not sure if it's always been there or if it just showed up.  Should I be worried about it?  How can I fix it?  I have esxi installed on some internal small SSD.   I have 1 datastore which is internal raid 6 array.
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