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SCOM 2007 Alerts

Posted on 2009-05-12
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I am receving the alert below every 1 minute (the heartbeat) for Severity 2 and Severity 1 Alerts.

Alert: Disk % Free Space low - Red(<10%).
Source: ******
Path: ******.domain.local
Last modified by: System
Last modified time: 5/12/2009 10:46:52 AM Alert description: LogicalDisk
          :  
            % Free Space
          :  
            D:
           value =
            6.8369536399841309



I realize the disk space is low but it doesn't need to tell me every single minute!

The weird thing is, they are only coming in as closed and I have the setting to receive new and closed alerts.

Thanks,
`John

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You can change the setting to only new alerts and not the closed one's. Or change the alert rule to not auto resolve. One way or the other the system thinks that the alert is solved otherwise you should not be getting the alerts.
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Walter
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