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    Default zmdisklog alarm threshold

    With the upgrade from 4.5.11 to 5.0.4, my admin account is receiving a disk warning email every 10 minutes. My / space is ok for now, and hasn't changed for a long time. How can I set a higher disk capacity threshold for the emailed alarm?

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    In my v.5.0.4 zmdisklog, several of the lines listed in bug 26216 don't appear:
    my $pct=int(($avail/$total)*100) if ($total > 0);
    my $lvl = "info";
    $lvl = "err" if ($pct > $DISK_WARN_THRESHOLD);
    $lvl = "crit" if ($pct > $DISK_CRIT_THRESHOLD);
    Can I just add these lines and have accurate reporting? Where do the thresholds get set, as they do not appear in zmdisklog? Or do I need an enitre new zmdisklog file?

    I'm not in a position to go to 5.0.5 right now.

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