Windows Technical Preview Logical Disk Free Space Monitor Monitor

  • ID:  Microsoft.Windows.Server.6.4.Legacy.LogicalDisk.FreeSpace.Monitor
  • Description:  Monitor the percentage free space and number of free MBytes remaining on a logical disk. Only when both the low percentage free space threshold and low number of free MBytes threshold is the disk flagged as having low disk free space.
  • Target:  Windows Server Technical Preview Logical Disk
  • Enabled:  Yes

Operational States

Name State Description
Free Space Acceptable Success Disk free space is OK
Free Space Low Warning Disk free space is low
Free Space Critically Low Error Disk free space is very low

Overridable Parameters

Parameter Name Default Value Description Override
Interval Seconds 3600 Interval in seconds
Warning MBytes Threshold for System Drives 500 Warning MBytes Threshold for System Drives
Warning % Threshold for System Drives 10 Warning % Threshold for System Drives
Error MBytes Threshold for System Drives 300 Error MBytes Threshold for System Drives
Error %Threshold for System Drives 5 Error % Threshold for System Drives
Non System Drive Warning MBytes Threshold 2000 Warning threshold in MBytes for the non system drives.
Warning % Threshold for Non-System Drives 10 Warning % Threshold for Non-System Drives
Error Mbytes Threshold for Non-System Drives 1000 Error Mbytes Threshold for Non-System Drives
Error % Threshold for Non-System Drives 5 Error % Threshold for Non-System Drives
Timeout Seconds 360 Number of seconds that the module is allowed to run before it will be forced to stop.
Debug Flag false This setting enables the module to log different events at running time

Alert Details

Monitor State Message Priority Severity Auto Resolution
Free Space Critically Low (Error) Logical Disk Free Space is low Medium Match Monitor Health Yes

Run As Profiles

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Monitor Knowledgebase

Summary

The amount of free disk space on the logical disk volume has exceeded the threshold.

Causes

System performance may be adversely affected and the ability to add or modify existing files on the logical disk volume may not be possible until additional free space is made available.

Resolutions

To increase the amount of available disk space, do one or more of the following:

  • Run Disk Cleanup to gain more free space on the disk.

  • Back up and remove files, or delete unnecessary files from the disk.

  • Move files to another disk or to offline storage.

  • Purchase additional storage or switch to a larger disk.

To view recent disk space history you can use the following view:

Start Disk Capacity View

External References
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