The following disk is low on free disk space. Low levels of free d

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by Dave, Jan 31, 2007.

  1. Dave

    Dave Guest

    Drive Letter: HarddiskVolume23
    Free Disk Space: 0.000000. MB
    % Free Disk Space: 0.000000.%

    You can disable this alert or change its threshold by using the Change Alert
    Notifications task in the Server Management Monitoring and Reporting taskpad.

    I keep recieving this error in the daily server performance report.
    This volume does not exist.

    Any idea's This is a new install of SBS2003 R2
     
    Dave, Jan 31, 2007
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    What disk is it, and have you checked it out directly?
     
    Lanwench [MVP - Exchange], Jan 31, 2007
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    YeehawUK Guest

    What sizes are the volumes under disk management?

    Right click "My Computer"
    Click "Manage"
    Select "Disk Management"

    Regards,

    Mark
     
    YeehawUK, Jan 31, 2007
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  4. Dave

    Dave Guest

    It is a Raid array. Lots of space

    There is no HarddiskVolume23

    This shows up as a Critical Alert.

    It is not always the same volume and does not show up every day
     
    Dave, Jan 31, 2007
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  5. Dave

    Dave Guest

    The disk does not exist.

    It changeges in the report.
     
    Dave, Jan 31, 2007
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  6. Dave

    Dave Guest

    I see someone on Google groups had the same problem Had to do with USB hard
    drives for Backup We are doing the same. His answer link is broken. Looks
    like he is talking about changing it in the monitoring alert thresholds for
    USB devices. Any ideas on the kb he may be pointing to? I emailed him will
    see if I get a responce.
     
    Dave, Jan 31, 2007
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    Andy Roth Guest

    Dave,

    I wanted to paste a link but had trouble with it, so I am pasting in a post
    from an old newsgroup. I used it to fix the same problem on my SBS.

    Issue description:
    ==============


    I understand that you receive low disk alert after you install a removable
    disk for backup.


    Analyzing and suggestion:
    ===================


    As I know, the problem should be caused by the removable hard disk on your
    SBS for backup.


    We can follow these steps work around this problem:


    1. Click Start -> All Programs -> Administrative Tools -> Health
    Monitor.
    2. Expand All Monitored Computers -> Server Name -> Small Business
    Server
    Alerts -> Core Server Alerts.
    3. Right-click Low Disk Space and click Properties.
    4. On the Details tab click Browse next to the Instance textbox.
    5. Choose "C: LogicalDisk.Name="C:"". Click OK twice. Now Low Disk Space
    will be named LogicalDisk="C:".
    6. Right-click "LogicalDisk="C:"" and click Copy.
    7. Right-click Core Server Alerts and click Paste. A new alert named
    LogicalDisk="C:"(2) will appear.
    8. Edit the properties of the new alert, change the instance to the D:
    drive.
    9. Repeat until all fixed hard drives that we want to monitor have been
    completed.


    By using these steps, we can stop the alerts for the USB drive, while still
    keeping the alerts for the hard drives enabled.


    I really appreciate your effort on this issue, please feel free to let me
    know the results. I am glad to be of assistance.


    Best regards,


    Charles Yang (MSFT)


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    Andy Roth, Jan 31, 2007
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    Dave Guest

    Thanks I will remote in and give it a try.

     
    Dave, Jan 31, 2007
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