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Cannot modify disk thresholds

Cannot modify disk thresholds

Cannot modify disk thresholds


Using CIM, I connect to a machine' s management agents (http://machine:2301). I log in as administrator and click on the 'Compaq Management Agents' link. In the category 'Mass Storage', I click on the link 'File System Space Used'. Normally, I should have the possibility to change the disk thresholds but I don' t. I can' t change disk threshold pointers and I don' t see the buttons 'Reset to original values' and 'Save thresholds' nor the checkbox 'Synchronize thresholds for all volumes'. What I going on here? Can someone help me out please?

Kind regards,

RE: Cannot modify disk thresholds

I had that until I updeated to version 6.1 management agents - so I guess it's a function of version there. Try the current management agents (6.20A I think it is) and see if the issue persists.

RE: Cannot modify disk thresholds

Had the same problem myself, it`s because of SNMP settings on the server, change it from Read to Read Write in Services->SNMP Service->Security.

RE: Cannot modify disk thresholds

Pgs2 is correct, make sure your snmp settings are setup correct, that should take care of the problem.


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