I would like to ignore the S:\ drive letter (label SWAP) from this report.
Since the pagefile is stored on that drive and the disks have been created with only a few extra 100 mb's, all my VM's are listed as being out of space.
Is this possible?
Thanks in advance,
Was there ever a solution for this? We just purchased vMan and have this scenario where we want alerts on certain drives for certain VMs not to be reported because they are always full.
I think the certain guest drives can be filtered out from the alert. When you edit the Guest Storage Space Utilization alert, go to Criteria tab, 'Base Alert On' change to Attribute. There you may specify a xpath query - something like this:
count( /virtualMachine/diskVolume[./mountPoint/text() !='D:\' and ./freeSpacePercentage<5])
Also change the Units to unit, aggreation function to Count, and change 'Triggers On' to 'Range', check Greather than > 0
This example should skip VMs, where only disk D:\ is nearly full.
I am also very interested in removing some of the mounting point letters from the report.
As far as I remember it can be easily achieved with the "MountingPoint" parameter -> once the Sales Engeener did it for me in one minute or less, but I forget the syntax...
Could you please help us in this matter...??
i wan´t to do that for a vm. Is it possible to remove a storage alert for drive letter x on a vm and drive letter y on an other vm? I do not wan´t to exclude it totaly.
Only a specific partition on a specific vm.
just a small correction: this is not Report, but Alert.
To exclude certain mounting points, configure the alert. In the Scope, where is the Search Query add "-vm.vol.mountPoint:S" (without quotes). Replace S with drive you want to exclude, this also work with for example /var/lib string.
Thank you for your help. It worked...:)
However I found one issue. Lets take the situation where both C:\ drive and the swap drive has its alert enabled. Like here:
When I use the -vm.vol.mountPoint:X also the alert for the C: drive disappears.
Is there any way to preserve the alert at the C: drive...??
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