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Alert Notification in Logger when a threshold is reached for a storage group

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Hello Everyone,

I have used one query in logger to generate an alert when a threshold is reached for a particular storage group:


_storageGroup IN ["Internal Event Storage Group"] AND deviceEventClassId = "storagegroup:100" AND deviceCustomNumber1 >= 10.

This query works fine and events can be seen, however when I try to use another storage group "say: Default Storage Group", I am not getting any results.

Kindly suggest on this so that I can have other storage groups as well for alerting.

Thanks in advance!!

Best Regards,

Anurag Srivastava

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_storageGroup IN ["Internal Event Storage Group"]


This means that the search is restricted to events in the Internal Event Storage Group. All Logger system events are stored in the Internal Event Storage Group, including the events that pertain to Default Storage Group storage utilisation.


Run this query again and look through the fields. There is a field which specifies the name of the storage group that is being reported on. Your query is correct and will return output when any storage group hits 10% usage (you should probably increase that to 85/90%).

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_storageGroup IN ["Internal Event Storage Group"]


This means that the search is restricted to events in the Internal Event Storage Group. All Logger system events are stored in the Internal Event Storage Group, including the events that pertain to Default Storage Group storage utilisation.


Run this query again and look through the fields. There is a field which specifies the name of the storage group that is being reported on. Your query is correct and will return output when any storage group hits 10% usage (you should probably increase that to 85/90%).

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Thanks Vijay for your response!!

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Hi,

Any idea how to limit the rule as one notification/ day.

As these events generate periodically and will cause flooding the rule.

Regards,

Irfan

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Hi Irfan,

When you will save the search in logger, you will get an option where you can schedule the notifications as per your need.

Hope this helps..

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