#64 Disk Check more different

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2005-05-03
2005-05-03
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It may be very helpful to have different configuration
of disk free space for all logical volumes.

e.g.
Check C: for 2000MB
Check D: for 10%
Check E: for 10000MB
Don't check F:

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    I agree... it would also be nice to check shares on other
    machines, so we could run HealthMonitor on a single PC but
    check space on others. I'd really like to have this feature...

    braden AT big-geek DOT net

     
  • Dissidente
    Dissidente
    2005-08-21

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    I currently check remaining disk space in other machines by
    running HM's service as domain admin and using custom check
    to monitor default shares space through vbscripting.

    Of course that error raising has to be managed by the script
    and not by HM itself, as infortunatly HM only has one custom
    check system and if you decide to monitor several shares
    each error has to be raised for notification, so HM can't
    handle them all.

    The nice thing about this is that in this way you can define
    different thresholds to different shares/physical drives. =)

     
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    Must echo this request. Need different specifications for
    each drive on the server. While I don't need it now, I
    could see where it would be useful to monitor the size of
    a folder [Windows network share?] so that it didn't
    suddenly dominate all the space on the related drive.
    However, most important now is drive-level
    config/control/alerting.

     
  • JimH-Chicago
    JimH-Chicago
    2006-08-22

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    Ditto. Individual Disk Free Space Monitoring/Alerting is
    a huge issue for me. I'm excited by your project,
    however, this lack of individual disk management is the
    thing that keeps me from implementing your solution.