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disk still reporting critical warnings after files cleared down

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Hi, Has anyone had a similar problem where I've set the disk warning, to say, 70%, the disk critical to 75% , created some files to increase the root file system beyond 76%. I got the expexcted warning and critical e-mails, but when I cleared the files down to give a root file system size of 9%, I'm still getting  warning messages as though the /root is still over the warning threshold. Anyone know how to rectify this ?.
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I've not seen such an issue. Are you certain your service is configured correctly in NEMS NConf?
Robbie Ferguson // The Bald Nerd

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Hi Robbie, thanks for the reply .As sure as I can be, maybe I'm missing something? is there a config file I could send you to confirm ?
Regards Steve W.
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You could send me your backup.nems file ... email would probably be best - [email protected]

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Hi Steve74,
Thanks for sending your file.
It looks like your service command is using the check_local_disk check command rather than NRPE to your host (which requires the -H $HOSTADDRESS$ argument). In otherwords, you are checking your Raspberry Pi's disk, not your remote host (stpb). The check command check_local_disk checks the disk of your NEMS server even if you apply it to a different host, since the -H argument is never passed.
I admit, this is a bit confusing (even messy) at first. In a near future release of NEMS I hope to include more pre-configured check commands and document their usage. I'm already working on this for a rolling update to the NEMS 1.4 branch, though it may not make it in until NEMS 1.5 in the fall (though I'm doing all I can to try to push it out sooner). For now, you'd need to create your own NRPE check command for what you're hoping to do. Checkcommands -> Add in NEMS NConf.
Good luck!! Keep me posted.
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