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VMware Host disk space monitoring

Posted on 2012-12-27
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Hello Team,

Is there any process of monitoing disk space of individual VMs. I would like to monitor only disk space alert for all the individual VM hosted on ESX box. we do monitor datastore & device status but not be able to monitor disk space utilization of the individual host.

Can you please help me to find out any configuration which I can enable or is there any VBscprit which can meet my requriment.

Please advise.
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1. Open vSphere client
2. click on the VM you want to monitor
3. Click Alarms Tab
4. Click Definitions button
5. RC whitespace and select New Alarm
6. Give it a name
7. Triggers Tab, Add, Change to either VM Disk Usage or VM Total Size on Disk, add a warning and alert level (e.g. if your disk is 10GB then set the alert at 9.5GB)
8. Actions Tab, Add, Send a notification email, enter the email addresses separated by commas under configuration.
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