Why not just ignore D:\ and alert on E:\
since it only matters when E:\ is getting full....
To generalize, ignore the first N disks, and only alert on the last one.

On 09/21/2016 11:19 AM, Gerardo Ferreyra wrote:
Hi guys. Is there a way to group filesystems?
Example: disks D and E.

We have a software that fills up a disk, and then, continue with the other.

In this case, disk D, up to 100% used space, and then continues with E.

We want to check_mk to see this both as a single DISK. Of course, in the future, we will add 2 more disks, so, we would like to keep on seeing a single disk, BIGGER :)

Is there a way?

Thanks!!!


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