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Determine when a disk will run out of space in SRM and data collection

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Updated March 4, 2016

Viewing data collection depends on how the user environment is constructed and the set polling frequency for polling that environment. Data collection calculation happens every 30 minutes and there can be situations where the capacity of the disk is not changing at all. When this happens it will not be possible to compute the baseline for the disk running out of space.
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