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Edit a threshold for a device type

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Created by Anthony.Rinaldi, last modified by Melanie Boyd on Nov 21, 2016

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You can change the default threshold settings to match your environment needs. You can adjust these settings for an entire range of objects (such as Storage Pools or LUNs), or individually for a specific object.

The following example shows how to increase the Critical and Warning thresholds for LUNs.

  1. Click Settings > All Settings > SRM Thresholds.
  2. Click Global LUN Thresholds.

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    The thresholds for all LUN metrics are displayed, showing the permissible range of values.

  3. Edit the required Critical and Warning levels as required.

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    All global SRM settings are for maximum values. In the above example the Warning Level is 90,000 - 99,999 and the Critical Level is 100,000 and higher.

  4. Click Submit.

    If you want to create a threshold for a minimum value (for example, you want to show devices as Critical if the Input/Output drops below 2,000 IOPS), you will need to change the settings on individual devices, as described in Edit a threshold for a device

 
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