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Posted Tuesday, July 26, 2005 2:26 PM
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Posted Wednesday, August 31, 2005 5:19 AM
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Just a wee note.

It would be nice if you could copy text from the page (especially the actual code) in Firefox, something with the html stops Firefox from selecting text to copy.

Selecting tect and copying works ok in IExplore though.

Nice article btw.

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Posted Wednesday, August 31, 2005 7:14 AM
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Very timely article as I was about to embark on a journey to write a vb script to use wmi calls to check for disk space, etc.

This seems much easier - Thanks!

 

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Hi Paul,

Works fine for me. Are you running the latest version of Firefox?

Also, I recommend getting the Copy as Plain Text plugin for this kind of thing. Firefox, by default, includes HTML tags in its copy. The plugin lets you go either way. Good stuff


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How do you setup an alert for low disk space , if you are use a raid 10?

 

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Posted Wednesday, August 31, 2005 4:49 PM
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It's not working with physical disks - it is working with your logical drives such as C:, D:, etc.  So what is doing the physical storage (eg, single IDE disk, SCSI disk, RAID 0, 1, 5, 10 etc) doesn't really matter.  I imagine you could even have it check it on a USB drive!

So if you have drives C & D on your RAID 10, as far as your apps (including SQL Server) are concerned, it doesn't matter that C & D are sharing the one set of disks.  SQL will care if it has a database on D and D has only 10MB left though!

Hope that helps explain... 




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Great article.  However, it would have been helpful if you would have provided the counter used for Low Memory.  I believe that you are referencing Memory: Available MBytes. 

Thanks

 

 

 




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Very helpful article. What user account should I use for the "Run As"? My system will not start the monitoring when using the Default user account
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