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Dave
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guest disk space

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Hi all,

I have configured to get an e-mail when the guest disk space is below 10% (warning) and below 5% (error) but I am not getting any e-mail notifications. I have tested the send e-mail functionality and this works.
Are there known issues or did I miss something with the configuration. Or is this only for the system disk?

Thanks in advance,
Dave

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Re: guest disk space

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Hi Dave,

This alarm should be triggered no matter which disk raised it. Please contact our technical team for further troubleshooting steps. Thanks.

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Email works for me, but I keep get hammered with them so I have dozens in my inbox when I arrive in the morning. How do I set it to send one email only for a VM?

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Re: guest disk space

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Hi Andrew,

There is no such option in configuration settings, however this feature will be available in the next release.

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Actually, you can modify the Guest Disk Space alarm today. From the alarm's Reporting tab change the Tolerance and the Frequency settings for the alarm. Tolerance - 5 %. Frequency - 1440 minutes = 1 day (if my math is right). Just suggestions. Set them how you like.

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But wouldn't that effect the frequency of the actual test itself? Execution and notification settings should be separate.

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Re: guest disk space

Post by damocue »

Hello,

I'm getting the same error. It looks for me as Veeam Monitor only looks the global percentage of all disks at a VM, not each disk separately. Am I wrong?
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Re: guest disk space

Post by Vitaly.Mzokov »

David,

Veeam Monitor alerts on disk space per each logical drive. You may find VM disk name in Alarm History. If you see something wrong there, then please contact our support team to investigate this behavior more closely, as we may need to take a look at your issue on remote session. Thanks!

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