- Alerts - Overview
- Are there any prerequisites before I create and forward Alerts?
- How can I forward Alerts to Enterprise Manager Tools?
- What are my options for adding and customizing Alerts?
- How can I check the status of my Alerts?
- How can I Activate and Deactivate Alerts?
- Do I have an option of viewing Alerts that were generated i.e. Alert Logs?
- How can I take an automated action when the Alert conditions are breached?
- Can I copy Alerts from one NonStop server to another?
- How can I suppress alerts for duplicate EMS messages?
- How can I escalate Alerts?
- How can I check Alert Detail for a specific metric?
- Overview - Delivery
- What delivery options do I have?
- How can I configure/update SMTP information?
- How can I configure Alert Delivery via SMS Text?
- What are the supported SNMP Versions?
- How can I configure SNMP protocol?
- How can I configure SYSLOG protocol?
- How to set up Alert Delivery to Enterprise Manager via JSON data?
- Overview - Create and Manage Users and Response Teams
- Are there multiple authentication methods?
- Can I restrict user permissions to specific sections of the Product?
- Can staff members create their own Alerts?
- Can Manager add Alerts and make them public to other Staff users?
- Add a Group instead of individual aliases
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How can I check my Disk/Volume summary?
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- Navigate to Analyses -> Storage.
- Disks section at the bottom displays the following information per Disk drive (Physical), as of the selected date:
- Size GB. Size in Gigabyte.
- % Used. Percent used.
- Delta MB. Variation in MB used spaced when compared to the prior date.
- New MB/. In Megabyte total size of the files newly created on that date.
- Days to 90%. Based on past 30-day history, days before this Disk reaches 90% of its capacity.
- Days to 100%. Based on past 30-day history, days before this Disk reaches its full capacity.
You may click on a Volume name displayed on the table, to open a new window which displays the breakdown of all files on that disk, per Subvolume. Click on a Subvolume on that window, to open a new window and see a list of current files in that Subvolume. Click on a filename on that window to select and carry out simple file commands.
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