Fullsilent
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low disk alarm

Hello,

I want to create low disk warning , for the virtual server.

How can I do.?

I use esx 4.0.

Thanks..

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Troy_Clavell
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if you don't have vCenter, you don't have many alarms to choose from.  However, you may be able to create your own alarm... But again, vCenter is still required.  You may want to look at third party utilities like Veeam Monitor.

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Fullsilent
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Hello,

No default alarm. I know him. but how can I create myself.

What should I do ?

Thanks.

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Troy_Clavell
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like I said, if you don't have vCenter it's going to be difficult.  You may want to look for at PowerCLI to see if it can help a bit

http://blogs.vmware.com/vipowershell/2010/12/managing-vsphere-alarms-with-powercli.html

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Fullsilent
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I'm sorry, I was transferred incorrectly.

I use Vcenter. I have two host and cluster system work.

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Troy_Clavell
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you may want to create a new alarm  Alarm Type--Virtual Machine--Monitor for specifice conditions or state... Create a trigger For VM Total Size on Disk (GB)

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Fullsilent
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thanks.

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