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Storage Manager 5.7 default collection schedule for VMware and SMI-S

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With the release of Storage Manager 5.7, the default collection policy schedules have been changed for VMware and SMI-S. If you wish to change the default parameters go to Settings>Policies within the Storage Manager website and you will see all of the policies listed there. The two policies are called “Default SMI-S Policy” and “Default VMware Policy.” Please see the Edit Policy section of the Storage Manager Administrator guide for additional information on changing these policies. 

Notes:

  • If the user is upgrading STM, the values that were set prior to the upgrade will NOT be changed.
  • If the user is performing a fresh install of STM, the values will reflect the "5.7 Release and later" values below.
  • Any new reports created after a fresh install or upgrade will reflect the "5.7 Release and later" values below.

VMware policy: 

 

Pre 5.7 Release

5.7 Release and later

Configuration

15 minutes

3 hours

Performance

5 minutes

30 minutes

Storage

1 hour

6 hours

SMI-S policy: 

 

Pre 5.7 Release

5.7 Release and later

Asset

12 hours

24 hours

Performance

15 minutes

15 minutes

Storage

1 hour

6 hours

Environment

STM v5.7

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