Editing individual qtree health threshold settings
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You can edit the health threshold settings for qtree capacity for one or more qtrees. When a threshold is crossed, alerts are generated and you receive notifications. These notifications help you to take preventive measures based on the event generated.
What you'll need
You must have the Application Administrator or Storage Administrator role.
Based on changes to the threshold values, events are generated or obsoleted in the next monitoring cycle.
In the left navigation pane, click Storage > Qtrees.
In the Capacity: All Qtrees view, select one or more qtrees and then click Edit Thresholds.
In the Edit Qtree Thresholds dialog box, change the capacity thresholds for the selected qtree or qtrees and click Save.
You can also set individual qtree thresholds from the Qtrees tab on the Storage VM / Health details page.