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Clustered Storage Low Space Alerting?

Posted on 2014-01-13
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Within Failover Cluster Manager (or by some other means) is there any type of alerting that can be configured to send alerts when a clustered volume is low on free space?
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Depending on the version of windows (2008 and up) one can set up an alert from event viewer or create a scheduled task to alert.

See:
http://serverfault.com/questions/102745/setting-low-disk-space-alerts-on-windows-server-2008

This would have to be configured on all the cluser nodes, tasks can be exported.
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