Storage Device Nearly Full

Ben Greiner -

WHY THIS ALERT?

We've found that the storage device Macintosh HD is 97% full.

NEXT STEPS

• Delete or archive files from Macintosh HD to free up space as soon as possible.

• If you wish to change the alerting threshold, run the Notification Settings action in Self Service.

• As always, if you have any questions please consult with your IT team.

DETAILS

This is an automated Robot Cloud alert pertaining to the device listed below.

As a boot drive becomes full there is less available space for virtual memory, and in severe cases data corruption can occur. If a non-boot drive becomes full, such as a backup drive, your data may no longer be protected from a critical hard disk failure.

Device Name: [Name] 
Device Serial Number: [Serial Number] 
Disk Name: Macintosh HD
Disk Percentage Full: 97%
Disk Alert Setting: 95%

Location: [Location Name] 
Company: [Company Name] 
Membership: [Membership Level]

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    Ben Greiner

    This Notification can be automatically updated if the issue is resolved ...

     

    WHY THIS ALERT?

    We've determined that the issue in this ticket has been resolved or is no longer present.

    DETAILS

    This is an automated Robot Cloud alert pertaining to the device listed below.

    Device Name: [Name] 
    Device Serial Number: [Serial Number] 
    Disk Name: Macintosh HD
    Disk Percentage Full: 93%
    Disk Alert Setting: 95%

    Location: [Location Name] 
    Company: [Company Name] 
    Membership: [Robot Cloud Level]

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    Ben Greiner

    See related article: What Is Taking Up So Much macOS Storage?

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    Ben Greiner
    We’ve updated the Robot Cloud code to whitelist volumes named Time Machine or TimeMachine. Thanks to feedback from our subscribers, Robot Cloud continues to get smarter!
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