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Created: 21 Décembre 2012 • Updated: 24 Décembre 2012 | 9 comments
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Any script to find the low disk data from symantec database?

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Are you referring to clients or the SEPM server itself?

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I required the systems where SEP client installed but not picking latest update due to low disk space.

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We have a SQL query which you can use in (https://www-secure.symantec.com/connect/downloads/sep-content-distribution-monitor) that help you to find the hostname and diskspace size in single click from your sep DB...

Query

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)

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GUP content monitor may work

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Agrre with above shared comments. Those step help you.

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Also you can use computer status report.