Monitors the disk space used by VMs hosted by VMware servers.
The VMware VMs Disk Event Monitor keeps track of the disk space your VMware guests are using. It alerts based on multiple disk space metrics so you can tell when you're running out of space.
This event monitor provides the following options:
Use this option to be alerted if the event monitor cannot contact the device.
This option alerts you if there's less free space left on disks than the threshold you specify.
This option alerts you if disks are fuller than a percentage you specify.
Use this option to receive alerts if the disks contain more data than the amount you specify.
Use this option to receive alerts if the disks contain less data than the amount you specify.
This customizable option will alert you about changes in disk spaces between event monitor runs.
This option is the same as the one above but alerts based on amount instead of percentage.
Use this option to ignore disks bigger than the size you specify.
Use this option to ignore disks smaller than the size you specify.
Specify here VMs that you do not want the event monitor to check.
Specify disks you'd like to ignore here.
The account that you specify must have view permissions for the VMware REST API or have admin rights.
This event monitor generates the following data points:
|Space Available||The amount of disk space still available.|
|Space Used||The amount of disk space that has been used.|
To view the tutorial for this event monitor, click here.
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