I scanned through a lot of posts here in preparation for upgrading NW6.5SP5.
The upgrade was succesfull without any serious issues, I applied postSP5
server.exe and set have all mem config set to default.

A few servers are flashing a yellow alert regarding low logical disk space.
This doesn't seem to be actively leaking away - it reduces for a few days
after a reboot then stabilises. So I've just dropped the NRM alert threshold
a bit (otherwise management keep querying the yellow alert on our plasma
monitor screen).

I'm sure I read here somewhere that low logical space was a GOOD thing. Is
that right, and if so why is there a health threshold for Available Logical
Space? Is it a case of Low is good but very low is bad?


Steve Law