Category :Disk Health

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A new customer recently told me that one just a few of his servers, the disk health wasn’t working as expected.     I had him send me the disk stats and this is what I got: Disk.C.Free = 5’075’542’016 Disk.C.Size = 12’872’527’872 Disk.C.Type = NTFS Disk.D.Free = 267’671’977’984 Disk.D.Size = 1.1811090473E+12 Disk.D.Type = NTFS Disk.E.Free =..

Posted in : Disk Health on by : VitalSigns Comments: 0

Last week, we almost ran out of disk space on one of our internal servers.    Of course, we were alerted to this fact by VitalSigns.    We were wondering where it all went because it used to have lots and lots of space.  So we did some graphing using the Graphs tab.  (Domino Statistics, Daily,..

Posted in : Disk Health on by : VitalSigns Comments: 0

When you have a lot of servers, as several of our flagship customers do, it is not obvious without scrolling which servers may have disk issues. Now the server names are color coded based on whether they have issues or not.  If a server has any red issues, the server name will be red, if..

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If you set a Domino server’s disk space threshold to zero, you will not get alerted for disk space issues for that server.  This was a customer request. Note that this information will still be captured and presented on the Disk Health tab.

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Nothing will bring a server down faster than running out of disk space.  VitalSigns automatically watches over your disks and sends an alert when the available free space drops below the threshold you specify. Because Domino is a disk-intensive application, problems with your disk drives will translate into problems for your end users.   VitalSigns watches..