Application Capacity Reports > Applications at Risk
Version 9.2.01
Applications at Risk
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Using this report, you can identify applications that are at risk of running out of storage space. Identify which applications are expected to run out of storage and when.
NOTE: The Applications at Risk report supports the following applications: SQL Server, MS Exchange, and Oracle Database.
The application at risk.
Risk Date
The first date of the period for which the usage is projected.The risk date is based on the historical growth of the application’s usage.
The projected usage based on the average usage history (or historical average usage for periods in history).
Projected High-Water Mark
The projected maximum usage based on historical average usage.
The database capacity.
Current Usage
Database storage already in use.
If a threshold has been set for a particular application—that is, a database threshold—then that threshold is used to determine the risk. If there is no threshold associated with the application’s database, then other thresholds are checked, in the following sequence: Host for the associated LUN/Filesystem/Database, then Host group to which the host belongs, and then the Top-level, global host group. If no threshold settings are found at the above levels, the system defaults are used: 90% for Critical, 70% for Warning, and 30% for Low. Thresholds can be set by an administrator using Admin > Reports > Threshold Policies.