Create 3 separate Custom Disk profiles under the Custom Tab in cdm.
With custom alarms, the suppression key contains the name of the custom alarm profile, so you will have to
create 3 separate cdm custom profiles under the Custom Tab (in this case, for Disk)
Custom Disk profile names for example...
Each profile should have 1 threshold setting for either High OR Low threshold and configure thresholds as per your requirement
Create 3 custom alarm messages that can be applied to the profiles, to control the alarm severity and ensure
message UNIQUE-ness. For example,
1. MyCustomDiskMinor <and then you can insert the rest of your alarm message text> or use the $ to use variables, e.g., $free etc.>, but each message MUST be unique.
Set the thresholds as required, e.g., 3%, 2% and 1 % for instance.
-- When configuring the cdm Disk custom profile, dont forget to use the drop down to set the Mount Point, e.g., C:\.
and then the Device field should automatically display the given disk volume.
-- Under Disk Free space make sure you associate/apply the newly created custom messages to the TO the High/Low threshold.
-- When done, cold start the cdm probe and make sure the free space breaches the thresholds so alarms will be generated.
-- Set the Disk interval lower so you don't have to wait a long time for the alarms to occur
-- You can deselect the C:\ filesystem in cdm under DiskUsage -> Filesystem in the main cdm window