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find the low disk systems count

Created: 23 Apr. 2012 • Aktualisiert: 02 Mai 2012 | 10 Kommentare
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With the help of symantec server how can i find the low disk systems count?

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Below is the link of tool download that tool and copy on Server. In this tool you can able to find the data of low disk space systems hostname/IP.

Also it help to show the corrupted system count and hostname or Gup health status.

This tool is very helpfull.



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Hi Hemant,

I have already this tool but it show only 200 MB systems. I need to find minimum 1GB systems in Single click.

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I have one query which you can use in ( that help you to find the hostname and diskspace size in single click from your sep DB...


SELECT computer_name, AGENT.FREE_DISK/1048576 from SEM_AGENT as AGENT LEFT OUTER JOIN V_SEM_COMPUTER as COMP ON AGENT.COMPUTER_ID = COMP.COMPUTER_ID LEFT OUTER JOIN IDENTITY_MAP as ID_MAP ON ID_MAP.ID = AGENT.GROUP_ID where AGENT.FREE_DISK/1048576 < 1000 (you can able to change the last value 1000 as per you want)

Below link for SQL Query

Hope it can help you.


Sumit G.

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open SEPM console, goto Clients tab instead of default view, select client system. this will list clients and the drive space available.

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Open reporting console > logs > computer status > choose the appropriate groups & other options > view log

This log will give you the list of machines with their disk space.

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Additionally to the proposals above, you can use the "Search Clients" feature. E.g., if you want to get all clients with a free disk space lower than 4 GB, you can do the following:

Clients > Clients tab > Search clients

Your form should look like this:

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It will take some time to search and it manually activity

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then may be check  SEPM console and view the clients and sort by the disk drive space.

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All methods presented here are doing the same -- searching the SEPM database. I don't believe there are big differences.

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Thumbs up to Greg12!

it looks easier way to search clients running low disk