Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, Release 6.x -- Enabling Server Disk Capacity Monitoring

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Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, Release 6.x > Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server > Installing the hardware > Maintaining the system




You can monitor the disk use of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system. The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system raises an alarm when it reaches or exceeds a specified use threshold.


Threshold values denote the percentage of a particular file system that is currently being used. In general, 90 percent is a good value for a threshold. You can use a number lower than 90 to get an earlier warning, but you may get an alarm for a normal condition. We recommend using 90.

To Enable Server Disk Capacity Monitoring
  1. Log in to the CLI as a technician. The tech$ prompt appears.
  2. Log your terminal session. (For information on logging, see the Logging Your HyperTerminal Session.)
  3. Enter configdiskcap .
  4. Enter the number of the file whose use threshold capacity you want to modify. In Example: Enabling Server Disk Capacity Monitoring, we want to modify the use threshold capacity for the /lat/db file (file 2), so enter 2 .
  5. Enter the new use threshold value for this file. In Example: Enabling Server Disk Capacity Monitoring, we want the use threshold capacity to be 95 percent, so enter 95 .
  6. Save your changes and exit the configdiskcap command by entering s .


Example: Enabling Server Disk Capacity Monitoring

meetingplace:tech$ configdiskcap

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Disk Capacity Monitor Configuration

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Capacity values are utilization percentage thresholds.

A major alarm will be raised if a threshold is exceeded.

Select a file system threshold to modify when prompted.

Values must be between 60 and 99; a capacity

of 0 disables checking for that file system.

CAP% FILESYSTEM

==== ==========

1) 0 /

2) 0 /lat/db

3) 0 /tmp

4) 0 /lat/fs.1

5) 0 /lat/fs.2

6) 0 /lat/fs.3

Select an item to modify, s to save and exit,

or q to quit without saving: 2

enter new value for /lat/db: 95

CAP% FILESYSTEM

==== ==========

1) 0 /

2) 95 /lat/db

3) 0 /tmp

4) 0 /lat/fs.1

5) 0 /lat/fs.2

6) 0 /lat/fs.3

Select an item to modify, s to save and exit,

or q to quit without saving: s

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