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Alert When Not Enough Free Disk Space

By damcalcan,

--Implement an Alert Which Trigger when Specified Disks
--free space exceeds a specified alert level

--Steps to implement:
--1) Define a Custom Error Message with messsage text (The ---drive free space is bellow alert level. Details: %s)

--2) Define an Alert linked to CEM defined at step 1

--3) Implement a Job which execute the following step in a recurring way...

--here you specify  the drives you are intersted in
--and the alert level...The unit measure for alert level is MB
DECLARE @Doc varchar (1000)

SET @Doc = '

EXEC dbo.usp_AlertOnDriveFreeSpaceLevel @Doc

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