The discussion addressed the issue of monitoring a SMB share via a trigger, with @member suggesting ControlUp Scoutbees as a solution. After some technical discussion, it was suggested that the script "Find_Files.ps1" should search for a text file with read access for ControlUp, and the error code to trigger on was suggested.
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Hi Guys, We running with some problems on Virtual machine running in Vsphere that keeps crashing. We want to monitor the SMB share. Is it possible to create trigger that checks if the share is available?
@member is working on something on our Synthetic Testing solution (ControlUp Scoutbees)
I use scoutbees to do this
That’s the right solution @member
I’m out of the office today, but I’ll work to grab my script and setup and reply later.
test-path -path \Server_Name\Share_Name\Some_Text_File_With_Read_Access_for_ControlUp.txt
What error codes do you trigger on? It’s missing from the screenshot
It’s been a while since I set it up. I thought I was looking for STDOUT BODY: true
But looking now, i didn’t have an alert policy and I don’t see stdout body as a choice in the alert policy.
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