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monitoring tool, solar wind, exchange

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$Mount Drive Monitor is above threshold and currently 2 from solar winds

this is for my mail box server

what does this mean
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AmitIT Architect
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Post exact error. Do you see any diskspace issue?

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mount volume drive letter shows 82.5mb free of 96 mb so where I sthe error throwing from
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I assume these are SAN drives. Did you checked with your SAN team, if any issue. Can you also share disk management screenshot.

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this shows various db's mentioned earlier on f drive having space left
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On one drive, i can see 6% free space only. That is the one for which you are getting this alert. Though you have 108 GB free space. What is the threshold you set on solar wind. I assume, it is set to generate warning at X percentage. Either you increase the space or change the threshold.

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