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Zabbix: better “Disk space usage” graphs for Windows systems

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/01/09

The default [WayBack] Zabbix Disk space usage graph (named Disk space usage {#FSNAME}) for Windows looks like this:

Total disk space on C:

Total disk space on C:

What I want is a graph over time. Based on that, I can start working on different triggers than the default “less than 20% free space available“, for instance:

So I want graphs similar to the CPU load (in the graph itself called Processor load) graph which looks like this:

CPU load (a.k.a. Processor load) is actually graphed

CPU load (a.k.a. Processor load) is actually graphed “over time”

It is part of the Graph prototypes for the Template OS Windows discovery list Mounted filesystem discovery:

For now I’ve added this graph prototype as Line chart with 95th percentile:

If that work, I can start working on the triggers:

–jeroen

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