Ryan Ferreri Honored Contributor.
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Wildcard on FileSystem Instance Parameters

In the Parameters on Sys_FileSystemUtilizationMonitor, I know I can tune the monitor to have different thresholds for specific filesystems (e.g. /mnt/log/App1). Can I also use wildcards in those instance definitions e.g. /mnt/log/App* to cover /mnt/log/App1, /mnt/log/App2, /mnt/log/App3, etc.? If so, what excatly do I put in that field? Just the name with the * for wildcard, or should it be enclosed in <> like </mnt/log/App*>?

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Brandon_1 Frequent Contributor.
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Re: Wildcard on FileSystem Instance Parameters

Hello Ryan,

Yes the wildcards are supported when specifying a filesystem in the policy. Here are some example of the filesystems that can be used: /,/boot,/v*/?log

Best regards.

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