I wanted to see if I could get confirmation on the behavior of acknowledging vs resolve behavior. I've gone through the documentation but it isn't 100% clear on some use-cases I have.
The way I understand it is that if you Resolve an alarm, it will immediately reappear if the issue still exists. For example, if I get an alarm about 95% CPU usage on an ESXi host, and I resolve that alarm, it will re-appear immediately if the node is at 95%. This seems pretty clear.
Acknowledging is a little less clear, however. Let me give an example:
I have a datastore with an alarm that has a rule that says: Throw a warning alarm if it's below 500GB free, throw an alert if it's below 200GB free. If the warning triggers, I see it and choose to Acknowledge the alarm, so it no longer shows in the VeeamOne dashboard. Okay cool.
My question is: what will cause that alarm to reappear, if anything? If the datastore drops below 200GB, will the alarm reappear as an Error?
Another angle for this would be: Let's say it drops to 450GB so a warning appears. I acknowledge the warning, then data is cleared from the datastore and we have 600GB free. Cool, no alerts. But then it drops back below 500GB again -- I assume the previously acknowledged alarm will reappear at that point, because it's a separate alarm?