A user inquired if "PVS device write cache free disk space" was available as a stress indicator – it was not, though the Trigger Pack offered a different trigger. The user was looking for overall machine stress, but the individual value didn’t roll up to the total. Min Free Space Drive could be used instead for the time being, as a bug has been raised about the missing stress indicator.
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belongs here really am i missing something or is "PVS device write cache free disk space" still not available to use as a stress indicator?
You should. We have a trigger in our trigger pack for it. https://support.controlup.com/docs/trigger-packs
I only have 2 options. Jack, and Squat:
Dont care about trigger, looking for stress
ive got machines that are dead because pvs write disk filled up but int he console it looks happy and green
Yep, its missing. Should certainly be there. Please raise this with support as a bug.
In the near term you could use Min Free Space Drive.
it is odd because the stress shows up for the individual value, just doesnt roll up to the machine total stress. not sure how this even got set
Yeah, could have 0 for load.
probably. i just dont understand how this got set in the first place 🙂
maybe it was active on a previous build?
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